28 years after its discovery, the Doss Heritage and Culture Center will have “Gracie” a young bison skeleton on display. “Gracie” named after the Grace family who discovered the skeleton on their land in Parker County in 1985 is thought to be a ceremonially-buried buffalo. In February the remains of the buffalo and the Doss Heritage and Culture Center’s extensive arrowhead collection will be on display for a year in the gallery. “This is an opportunity for the DHCC to bring more of our collection out for the public to enjoy. We are currently working on developing a more permanent design for the Grace bison and our arrowhead collection but we wanted to share the story of the bison’s discovery with our visitors in the mean time,” said Curator Amanda Rush.