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Crawford Reboots

The international attention that came with being George W. Bush's other hometown attracted throngs of media, swarms of protesters and a steady stream of tourists. But as Nathan Bernier of KUT News reports, the small community west of Waco has undergone some big changes since the 43rd president handed over the keys to the White House.

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The international attention that came with being George W. Bush's other hometown attracted throngs of media, swarms of protesters and a steady stream of tourists. But as Nathan Bernier of KUT News reports, the small community west of Waco has undergone some big changes since the 43rd president handed over the keys to the White House.

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