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The Old Post Office Museum & Art Center will host Vinyl Revival 2021 at the museum Friday, June 4 from 6:30-9 p.m. The event will feature vinyl album giveaways, as well as a mix of music, art and whiskey tasting.
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OPOMAC celebrates album art through Vinyl Revival

Vinyl music is on the comeback. According to the Recording Industry Association of America, in 2020 vinyl sales increased 29.2% to $619.6 million, compared to $479.5 million in 2019.

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A map of a trail at Fireman’s Park which was submitted with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Recreational Trails grant. The red dashed line is the proposed trail, the yellow dashed line is the existing trail, the dark blue dashed line above the baseball fields is the proposed nature trail, the solid orange line is the boundary of Fireman’s Park and the black dashed line is the property line.
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TPWD approves grants for city park improvements

The city of Graham was awarded matching grant funding from Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Thursday after a decision was approved by the commission for the department.

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Cam Bennett speaks to the Young County Commissioners Court in April regarding the wind energy project from Apex Clean Energy. Several speakers came up to speak to the court regarding the project, both for and against allowing the abatement.
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Proposed wind farm to receive additional public hearings

A second public hearing has been scheduled regarding a wind farm project proposed for Young County. The Young County Commissioners Court will open the floor for public opinion at 10 a.m.

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Visitors to the 2017 Food Truck Championship of Texas line up at the Cousins Maine Lobster truck. The truck will be returning for the 2021 event on the Graham downtown square.
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Food trucks sign up for championship contest in two weeks

The annual Food Truck Championship of Texas is making its way to Graham in less than two weeks with two other events taking place within the city to make for a full-day of activities.

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