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MESSAGE FROM THE CHIEF
Over the years, one recurring theme for this publication has been addressed over and over: Severe weather in Texas, how quickly it can develop and how it very often catches many Texans off guard.
REBUILDING THE FISCHER STORE ROAD BRIDGE
During the 2015 Memorial Day weekend, a flood of historic proportions struck the Wimberley Valley area. Overnight rainfall of up to 13 inches fell onto an already saturated Blanco River watershed, poured into the Blanco River and moved downstream toward Wimberley at unprecedented levels.
LONDON SCHOOL DISASTER
While most of the country in 1937 was still mired in the Great Depression, East Texas was feeling all of the benefits of an oil boom. People from around the country were moving here to take jobs at the oil fields, and there were plenty available.
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