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Corpus Christi or Day of the Mules: What is its origin and how is it celebrated?

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The city of Portland gets its water from the San Patricio Municipal Water District. The city of Corpus Christi entered a Stage 1 Mild Water Shortage Watch on Tuesday. During stage 1, residents must limit sprinkler irrigation, washing vehicles and filling swimming pools to once per week.
4 months ago·Corpus Christi, United States

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