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Pecos Spring

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Veteran arm warms up in Pecos Spring League

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Spring Fishing the Pecos

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Spring is here, Pecos feels good

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Pecos Coach Out on Bond, Facing Possible Felony

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KVVB-TV'S TERRY KURTZ ON PECOS SPRING LEAGUE

Pecos Spring is a spring, 1.1 miles (3 km) northeast of Sheffield, in Pecos County, Texas. It lies at an elevation of 2060 feet. Pecos Spring was emitted from the Edwards and associated limestones of the Edwards-Trinity (Plateau) aquifer. On March 7, 1924, it discharged 0.7 cubic feet per second but by August 17, 1943, that had been reduced to 0.5 cubic feet per second. By 1961, its flow had ceased.
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