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Dallas Morning News
By Laura Bush
Saturday, May 16, 2015

Spring is my favorite time of year in Texas. As I watch the native prairie bloom at our ranch, and the evening primrose blossom at the Bush Center, I am reminded of our vast and varied landscape. 

CBS Radio
By J.D. Ryan
Friday, May 15, 2015

J.D. Ryan visits Baseball - America's President's America's Pastime at the President George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas and speaks with Museum Curator Amy Polley.

National Review
By Dr. Marc Siegel
Thursday, May 14, 2015

At the Bush Institute’s fifth annual Warrior 100K Mountain Bike Ride, which honors our men and women wounded in military service, former president George W. Bush... focused instead on the compassion and responsibility he felt for our vets.
 

Bicycling Magazine
By Kelsey Molseen
Monday, May 11, 2015

17 Wounded Warrior mountain bikers rode 62 miles in this year’s W100K, led by former President George W. Bush on April 30-May 2.

Fort Hood Sentinel
By Heather Graham-Ashley
Thursday, May 7, 2015

Former President George W. Bush hosted 17 wounded warriors and their Families April 30-Saturday at his Prairie Chapel ranch for the fifth annual W100K mountain bike ride to honor the sacrifices made by service members and their Families.

Fort Hood Herald
By JC Jones
Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Seventeen wounded warriors climbed aboard mountain bikes alongside their ex-commander in chief Friday, blazing trails across former President George W. Bush’s ranch near Crawford.

Herald Extra
By Karissa Neely
Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Retired Army Sgt. Leslie Zimmerman is a skilled mountain biker, so she had no qualms about riding with former President George W. Bush last weekend.

The Texas Tribune
By Bob Daemmrich
Sunday, May 3, 2015

Every spring, former President George W. Bush hosts a 100-kilometer mountain bike ride for wounded veterans at his Prairie Chapel Ranch near Crawford.

Dallas Morning News
By Julie Fancher
Saturday, May 2, 2015

Bush has made veterans’ well-being and re-entry into American life one of his institute’s priorities. "What people who look at our military need to understand is that the spouse is just as an important part of the defense of our country ... as is the soldier," he said.

Dallas Morning News
By Julie Fancher
Saturday, May 2, 2015

Retired Army Sgt. Daniel Casara was golfing at the George W. Bush Institute’s Warrior Open golf tournament in Irving last fall when the former president himself walked up to him.

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