The seat of Gray County, founded in 1888 on the Santa Fe Railroad, takes its name from the Spanish word pampas, meaning plains. Today, it is a city of beautiful churches, large parks and fine homes. Thirty-two municipal parks on tree-shaded draws give a spacious air to the plains city.
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