The Fort Worth Stockyards is one of the biggest tourist draws in Fort Worth, which embraces its rural roots.
The Fort Worth Stockyards is one of the biggest tourist draws in Fort Worth, which embraces its rural roots. Ron T. Ennis Star-Telegram archives
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