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  • Midway, TX

    Midway, TX

    It is never easy having to grief over the loss of a loved one. If you have just experienced a sudden departure, it is important to connect with someone. Our caring personnel will guide you through the first

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  • Odessa, TX

    Odessa, TX

    Losing a loved one is never an easy experience and if you have just encountered the passing of someone you care about, connect with our caring personnel who is ready to be of assistance.

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  • Ackerly, TX

    Ackerly, TX

    Death is a natural occurrence that is inevitable for every living being regardless of age. Nevertheless, it is not easy to witness a loved one departing before us. If a family member has just passed, get in touch with

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  • Andrews, TX

    Andrews, TX

    Nobody wants to grief over a lost loved one, but such is life. At American Heritage Cemetery Funeral Home Crematory, our caring personnel is here to lend you a helping hand with the funeral arrangement of your dearly departed.

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  • Forsan, TX

    Forsan, TX

    Forsan, TX is located within the county of Howard in Texas, U.S. with a population of 210 as of 2010. The city can be found towards the southern region of Howard county about 14 miles off Southeast Big Spring. Forsan, TX stretches up to a total area of 0.29 square miles which only consists of land.

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  • Coahoma, TX

    Coahoma, TX

    Coahoma is a town in the State of Texas and it specifically lies in the County of Howard. Coahoma is home to about 1,000 people and is separated by Interstate 20. The town is mostly residential in nature but a small shopping area exists just a short drive away. The town occupies 1 square mile and has no significant water bodies.

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  • Crane, TX

    Crane, TX

    Crane is the seat of Crane County, situated within the state of Texas in the United States. As of 2018, the city has had a population of 3,680 and it is still the center of a significant oil-producing area today.

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  • Gardendale, TX

    Gardendale, TX

    Gardendale is a census designated place and an unincorporated area that is situated within the state of Texas in the United States. As of 2010, the area has had a population of 1,574 which reflected an increase of nearly 400 from the previous decade. 

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  • Greenwood, TX

    Greenwood, TX

    Greenwood is an unincorporated community that is situated within the county of Midland in Texas State. It is a small suburb that makes up part of Midland and is included in the metropolitan statistical area of Midland. 

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  • McCamey, TX

    McCamey, TX

    McCamey can be found within the county of Upton in the state of Texas, United States. As of 2010, the city has had a population of 1,887. The place has been declared as the wind energy capital of Texas by the Texas Legislature due to its massive number of wind farms constructed there to date. 

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  • Monahans, TX

    Monahans, TX

    Monahans can be found within the county of Ward in Texas State. The city is the seat of Ward County and it has a small section that extends right into the county of Winkler. As of 2010, it has been home to 6,953 residents with the figure rising to 7,669 as of 2018. 

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  • Arcade, TX

    Arcade, TX

    Arcade is situated right in the heart of Ector County in Texas of the United States. It is an unincorporated inhabited place which was shown as a stop on the Texas and Pacific Railway as illustrated on 1926 highway maps, which is still being displayed today on Ector Maps.

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  • Kermit, TX

    Kermit, TX

    Kermit is the county seat of and a city in the Winkler County of Texas, United States. As of 2010, the city has had a population of 5,708. It was named after Kermit Roosevelt after his father visited the city. Kermit has a total area of 2.5 square miles and is located in a semiarid area of the Permian Basin.

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  • Notrees, TX

    Notrees, TX

    Notrees is located within the west-central region of Ector County in Texas of United States. The unincorporated community can be found on State Highway 302 roughly 20 miles off the northwestern area of Odessa. Notrees makes up part of the metropolitan statistical area of Odessa.

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  • Stanton, TX

    Stanton, TX

    Stanton is the county seat of and a city in the county of Martin in Texas, United States. The city was founded by German immigrants who were the first few settlers originating from this region of Texas. As of 2010, Stanton has had a population of 2,492.

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  • West Odessa, TX

    West Odessa, TX

    West Odessa is a census designated place and an unincorporated area that is situated within the county of Ector in Texas, United States. The place has been home to approximately 22,707 residents as of 2010 which was an increase of nearly 5,000 people. West Odessa makes up part of the metropolitan area of Odessa.

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  • Grandfalls, TX

    Grandfalls, TX

    In Ward County, Texas, you will find the town of Grandfalls. Though many want to split the name of the town up into two words, it is all one word. Located 3 miles to the west is the Pecos River. The river’s grand falls are where the name of the town comes from. Originally, the water supplied by the 

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  • Klondike, TX

    Klondike, TX

    In Delta County, Texas, you will find the unincorporated community known as Klondike. Three miles southwest of Cooper, it can be found at the county's southwest corner at the junction of Farm to Market Roads 2890 and 1528. It had an estimated population of just 135 back in 2000.

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  • Pyote, TX

    Pyote, TX

    In Ward County, Texas, is a town called Pyote. At the time of the 2010 census, it had a population of 114. It is thought that the population may have neared 132 as of 2019. Pyote covers a total area of 1.27 square miles. Originally, when oil was discovered, the town grew exponentially. Unfortunately 

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  • Tarzan, TX

    Tarzan, TX

    in Martin County, Texas, you will find the unincorporated community of Tarzan. Area students here are serviced by the Grady Independent School District. Most people are familiar with the fictional character of Tarzan. By all accounts, this is actually who the community was named after! In fact, on 

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  • Vealmoor, TX

    Vealmoor, TX

    In Texas’ Howard County, you will find a small town known as Vealmoor. In the 1880s, C.C. Slaughter acquired the land for his Lazy S Ranch. A land developer and Slaughter’s family founded the town in the 1920s. By 1926, the town had a post office. By the year 2000, it had 179 inhabitants.

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  • Garden City, TX

    Garden City, TX

    Garden City is a village that is located in the State of Texas. Specifically, this CDP lies in the County of Glasscok and is right at the center of this county. The village serves as the capital of the county and is home to approximately 500 people. The village was established in 1886 when a post office was built in the area.

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  • Knott, TX

    Knott, TX

    Knott is a village that is located in the County of Howard, Texas. Knott was once renowned for producing watermelons although this has not been replaced by cotton. The village lies adjacent to the city of Big Springs and residents use the ZIP code 79748. The village is named after Calvin Knott who was one of the early settlers there.

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  • Lamesa, TX

    Lamesa, TX

    The City of Lamesa is located in the county of Dawson in Texas. Lamesa is the capital of the county and is home to about 10,000 people. Lamesa is adjacent to Lubbock and the main economic activity there is cotton farming. The city is also home to the Preston Smith prison which is named after a former governor of Texas.

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  • Lenorah, TX

    Lenorah, TX

    The village of Lenorah is located in the County of Martin, Texas. Residents of Lenorah are served by the Grady School District and also enjoy a number of public amenities in the area. The village was established in 1925 when a post office was built in the area. Traders soon established shops to supply nearby farmers and the village then grew around those settlements.

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