• October 23, 2021

Tags : hurricane harvey

Harvey Drowns Hope as Disaster Strikes Family Farm

This year was going to be different. The cotton looked good. Unbelievably good. Fat bolls loaded on compact stalks. A sea of white, as far as the eye could see. Matagorda County farmer Robby Reed was hopeful. Until a bad boy named Harvey paid a visit. Some say it’s the hurricane for the decades. For […]Read More

Sun City Music Festival, Salvation Army Partner to Collect Supplies

At this year’s Sun City Music Festival, embrace the golden rule that it’s always better to give than to receive.  Through SCMF’s official charitable partnership with The Salvation Army, festival goers can win big by giving back. Relief efforts for those affected by Hurricane Harvey are underway, even as the storm continues to affect large […]Read More

How to Get (and Offer) Help After Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey ravaged the Texas Coast, and has left Houston — the nation’s fourth-largest city — grappling with unprecedented flooding. Do you need help? Or do you want to help those in need? Check out the resources below. If you’re a victim of Hurricane Harvey … Rescue and evacuation If you’re considering evacuating your home, […]Read More

UMC To Send Team To Support Hurricane Victims

In response to calls for support and other assistance for victims of Hurricane Harvey, University Medical Center of El Paso is sending a contingent of physicians and nurses to San Antonio. “The devastation brought to our State by Hurricane Harvey has us pulling together as Texas communities and hospitals to support all victims and each […]Read More

El Paso Sends Rescue Teams to South Texas, Continues to

The City of El Paso is assisting with emergency relief efforts from the unprecedented flooding in South Texas. “Our thoughts remain with our fellow Texans struggling to cope with this catastrophic event,” Mayor Dee Margo said. “El Paso is assisting and is ready to do more during this state disaster. Our goal is to help […]Read More

Cornyn Issues Statement Following Landfall of Hurricane Harvey

AUSTIN—U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) Saturday released the following statement after Hurricane Harvey made landfall along the Texas Gulf Coast: “Our Texas communities affected by this severe hurricane continue to be in my prayers, as are the first responders and emergency personnel who are working around the clock. The threat posed by Harvey is extreme, and Texans should continue to heed the […]Read More

Texas Guardsmen Mobilize in Support of Hurricane Harvey

AUSTIN – At the request of Gov. Greg Abbott, through the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM), approximately 700 members with the Texas Army and Air National Guards and Texas State Guard with the Texas Military Department have been activated and are pre-positioning throughout the state ahead of Hurricane Harvey and its anticipated landfall later this […]Read More

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