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West Texas A&M hosted Texas A&M Commerce for their home opening football game at Happy State Bank Field at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium Saturday, September 21, 2013 and earned a victory by the score of 62-28.

West Texas A&M hosted Texas A&M Commerce for their home opening football game at Happy State Bank Field at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium Saturday, September 2013 and earned a victory by the score of

This is Charles Goodnight, the Father of the Pan Handle, inventor of the Chuckwagon, the "cattle gather", the trail drive, the Goodnight/Loving cattle trail, and the namesake of Goodnight, TX. Lonesome Dove was loosely based on him and Loving. He's the original Texas Cowboy.

Goodnight, Texas ~ statue of Charles Goodnight, Father of the Pan Handle and the original Texas cowboy. The movie 'Lonesome Dove' was loosely based on his life.

Collegiate | West Texas A & M University | Logo | Tumblers, Mugs, Cups | Tervis

Tervis has hundreds of college tumblers that show off your school spirit and make great gifts for graduates, alumni, students, parents and fans.

Dustin Vaughan West Texas A&M Lone Star Conference Quarterback and recent free agent Dallas Cowboy.

This video is about the West Texas A&M quarterback Dustin Vaughan. Highlights of his work ethic, mentality, and attributes of the Lone Star Conference stud.

Taken at the WTAMU Homecoming Saturday, Oct. 5.

Taken at the WTAMU Homecoming Saturday, Oct. 5.

Canyon is the county seat of Randall County, Texas. West Texas A&M University and the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum both make their home here. According to the Canyon, Texas website, the town was founded in 1877 by George Goodnight and John George Adair. A ranch in town that was started by the two men is still owned by the Adair family and its heirs.

Top 15 Small Cities in Texas -- includes Canyon Texas, of course!

Taken at the WTAMU Homecoming Saturday, Oct. 5.

Taken at the WTAMU Homecoming Saturday, Oct. 5.

Tex Randall (Canyon, Texas)  Located on United States Route 60 to the north of downtown Canyon, this long tall Texan stands 47 feet. It was erected in 1959, and was restored in 1989. It is one of the quintessential symbols of the city of Canyon as well as the Texas Panhandle.

Located on United States Route 60 to the north of downtown Canyon, this long tall Texan stands 47 feet. It was erected in and was restored in It is one of the quintessential symbols of the city of Canyon as well as the Texas Panhandle.

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