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January 30, 2013

Loving, Goodnight to ride again in Doss exhibit


Also on hand will be the new “Katrina Wright-Sculpted Stitches” exhibition and “Gracie,”  DHCC’s bison skeleton discovered on a Parker County ranch in 1985.

“The Gracie bison skeleton is thought to be a ceremonially buried buffalo and will be on display with portions of the DHCC’s extensive arrowhead collection,” according to DHCC.

The bottom line is DHCC is about to open yet another window to the area’s colorful past and you are invited to take a look.

The Doss Heritage and Culture Center is located at 1400 Texas Drive in Weatherford. The phone number is (817) 599-6168.

For more information on exhibits and activities, visit the museum’s Facebook page or the website at

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