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Service at St. Sophia Church in The Colony. Courtesy of Ukrainian American Society of Texas. 

Texas Ukrainians Pray for Peace as Ukraine-Russia Tensions Escalate

Many Texans of Ukrainian descent are concerned with Russian President Vladimir Putin’s troop buildup on the Ukrainian border and possible cyber attacks on Ukraine’s government, potentially signaling intentions to invade Ukraine.

On Jan. 23, the United States ordered Americans working at the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine and their families to leave the country. 

Anti-Abortion Protesters Celebrate Legislative Success During Capitol Rally

About 4,000 anti-abortion protesters descended on the south lawn of the Texas Capitol Saturday for the  annual Texas Rally for Life.


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Long Underrepresented and Overlooked, Native American and Indigenous Students Are Getting Texas Colleges’ Attention

Trained Master Naturalists Indispensable to Conservation Studies 

Founded in 1998, the Texas Master Naturalist Program is jointly sponsored by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. 

Resilient Texas Pecan Business Is a Family Affair 

For the Texas pecan industry, December marks an end-of-season hustle as the last of the buttery, tender nuts fall from their sprawling branches and pecan lovers worldwide clamor to purchase fresh nuts for the holidays. 

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