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About that warning

If that old warning “Red sky at morning, sailor take warning” is true, we’re in for a rough ride.

With a “cold” front moving down from the north, a tropical rain mass moving up the coast from Yucatan into South Texas up the coast, and Pacific hurricane Patricia aiming to pound Puerto Vallarta before swirling across Mexico and Central Texas from the west, it looks like a gully washer of a weekend here as it all collides. 300 more words


10 Years Since Hurricane Rita Hit The Gulf Coast

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NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – It was 10 years ago today when North Texans woke up to nice weather, while the Gulf Coast was still in the throes of Hurricane Rita. 243 more words


South Padre Island

After the pictures of our anniversary dinner, let’s not continue with some of the town of South Padre Island and our motel. The town of South Padre Island is located on the southern tip of the island of the same name and is connected to… 689 more words


Left Unchecked, Climate Change in Texas Will Cost Businesses Billions

Article appeared in Texas Observer

Without action to curb greenhouse gas emissions, the ravages of climate change could cost Texas tens of billions in the coming decades, according to a new report by the… 650 more words


Five Summer Activities every Texan should put on their Summer Bucket List

Even though it is not officially summer until June 21, here in Texas, summer starts right after winter! With the arrival of June, the summer months offer plenty of fun activities.

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Suspenseful and absorbing UNRAVELING OF MERCY LOUIS examines a community and a girl under pressure


The Unraveling of Mercy Louis

By Keija Parssinen

Harper: March 10, 2015

$25.99, 336 pages

Seventeen-year-old high school senior Mercy Louis is a star in her hometown of Port Sabine, Texas. 1,231 more words

Book Reviews

Keystone veto will stick, for now

President Obama has vetoed the Keystone XL pipeline.

However, his reason seems a bit nit-picky.

The White House said Obama doesn’t necessarily oppose the pipeline, but he opposes the process that delivered the bill to his desk. 292 more words

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