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PBS stations will air the first season of "The Highpointers," a travel show created by and starring Texas State alumnus Branndon Bargo and his brother Greg Bargo. Above, Branndon Bargo rappels down the Grand Tetons. Photos courtesy of Texas State University

Texas State alumnus Branndon Bargo takes television to new heights

This summer, as households across the country search for their next binge-worthy TV show, local PBS stations will air the first season of "The Highpointers" with the Bargo brothers, a travel show created by and starring Texas State University alumnus Branndon Bargo (B.A. 1999) and his brother Greg Bargo.

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The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has reopened most state parks for day visits and camping, including  Lake Mineral Wells State Park, with certain safety guidlines in place. Photos courtesy of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

TPWD resumes overnight reservations at Texas State Parks

On May 27, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) started allowing visitors to make camping reservations at state parks with arrival dates between June 1 and Sept. 7.

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