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What’s The Best Thing About Growing Up In A Small Town?

Small towns have advantages that big cities don't, and this is your chance to brag on that.

What do you love about small towns?  You can see the stars at night, your favorite restaurant knows what you want to eat, and you've known everyone there since they were babies.  (Okay, maybe some advantages are slight disadvantages too.)

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When’s the Blue Bell Coming Back?

Blue Bell is a step closer to making ice cream again, but it's still not a sure thing.  

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The Weather is Great…Let’s Grill Somethin’!

Grilling is central to living a happy life I say, especially in Texas, and the weather this week is perfect for it!  When it comes to ribs, are you the wet or the dry rub kind?

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The Sun is Out!

Are we finally back to normal?  It feels a little more like Texas now that the sun is shining again, and it looks like it will shine all week.  That means five things will happen.

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This Is What It Looks Like When Your House Floods

Oh my goodness!  We're heard stories this week about the floods, especially in Central Texas, and this amazing video from one family is going viral.

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Red Cross is Spending Millions on Texas Flood Relief

Anytime there's a natural disaster, the American Red Cross rushes in to help, by setting up shelters and offering food and supplies.  And the relief effort involved with the Texas floods may cost millions.

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Texas Makes National News With Memorial Day Weather

Just as Van starts to recover from the tornado two weeks ago, more spots in East Texas get hammered by severe weather and flooding.  There was quite a bit of tree damage in Henderson on Monday, along with extensive flooding in Troup.  Angelina County reported high water on FM 2497.  But that's not the worst of it.

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George P. Bush to Teach Live-Streamed Texas History Class

Commissioner of the Texas General Land Office George P. Bush will teach a Texas history class, "Pioneering Principles: Why Character Matters," on Friday, May 29, at 2 p.m. The class will be streamed live from the Texas General Land Office via their YouTube channel.

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