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LOSS CREEK. Loss Creek (also known as Lost Creek) rises south of Coleman in central Coleman County (at 31°50' N, 99°26' W) and flows southeast for eight miles to its mouth on Home Creek (at 31°42' N, 99°24' W). The stream passes through rolling terrain where clay and sandy loams support grasses, mesquite, and cacti.
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