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Blanco County takes big step in flood recovery

BLANCO, Texas (KXAN) — Blanco County took a big step Monday following the Memorial Day weekend flooding that took lives and property.

Crews contracted out through the county started removing large amounts of debris that have been piling up for the last month. 124 more words


Lost Maples Hike

For our anniversary, my husband and I went for an overnight hike at Lost Maples State Natural Area near San Antonio, Texas. It was a rough hike, but the views were worth it. 50 more words

Christina Hardcastle

Blanco Co. still in need of supplies, volunteers after floods

BLANCO, Texas (KXAN) — The cleanup is far from over in Blanco County one month after floodwaters ripped through the area. Several groups and volunteers are still helping flood survivors with financial assistance, home reconstruction and debris removal. 261 more words


Lake Buchanan still just 52% full, 16 feet below average

BUCHANAN DAM, Texas (KXAN) — Lake Buchanan is one of the two Highland Lakes that supplies water to more than one million Central Texans. Along with Lake Travis, these two lakes have a combined storage of 665 billion gallons of water. 348 more words


Blanco County holds town hall for flood victims

BLANCO, Texas (KXAN) — Blanco County officials are holding a town hall on Tuesday evening for those directly affected by the Memorial Weekend floods.

The meeting will include information on home reconstruction, debris removal and financial assistance.  121 more words


June 22, 2015, Inspire by the Rain

“The rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain.”

And the rain in Mason falls mainly all over the place.

Two inches fell in one fell swoop. 216 more words