Winkler County seat was a mere village in 1926 when the county population was 81. When oil was discovered nearby in the Permian Basin, the boom was on. Today, it is a center for oil and petroleum-based industries. County-owned golf course is open Tue.-Sun., seven miles west on Texas 302.
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