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Flash Flood Warning
The National Weather Service In Corpus Christi Has Issued A * Flash Flood Warning For... Aransas County In South Central Texas... Western Calhoun County In South Texas... East Central Nueces County In South Central Texas... Eastern San Patricio County In South Central Texas... ...Read More.
Effective: June 20, 2018 at 9:14amExpires: June 20, 2018 at 12:15pmTarget Area: Aransas; Calhoun; Goliad; Nueces; Refugio; San Patricio; Victoria

Flash Flood Warning
...the Flash Flood Warning Remains In Effect Until 1015 Am Cdt For Western Aransas...northeastern San Patricio And South Central Refugio Counties... At 805 Am Cdt, Doppler Radar Indicated Heavy Rain Across The Warned Area. 3 To 4 Inches Of Rain Have Fallen. Flash Flooding Is Already Occurring. Local Law Enforcement Reported Market Street And Water ...Read More.
Effective: June 20, 2018 at 8:09amExpires: June 20, 2018 at 10:15amTarget Area: Aransas; Refugio; San Patricio

Flash Flood Warning
The National Weather Service In Corpus Christi Has Issued A * Flash Flood Warning For... Northwestern Aransas County In South Central Texas... Southeastern Goliad County In South Central Texas... Western Refugio County In South Central Texas... Southeastern Bee County In South Central Texas... ...Read More.
Effective: June 20, 2018 at 7:45amExpires: June 20, 2018 at 10:45amTarget Area: Aransas; Bee; Goliad; Refugio

Flash Flood Warning
The National Weather Service In Corpus Christi Has Issued A * Flash Flood Warning For... Eastern San Patricio County In South Central Texas... Southwestern Refugio County In South Central Texas... * Until 1045 Am Cdt. * At 741 Am Cdt, Doppler Radar Indicated Heavy Rain Across The ...Read More.
Effective: June 20, 2018 at 7:42amExpires: June 20, 2018 at 10:45amTarget Area: Refugio; San Patricio

Flash Flood Warning
...this Is A Flash Flood Emergency For Southeast Hidalgo County... ...the Flash Flood Warning Remains In Effect Until 1115 Am Cdt For Southeastern Hidalgo County... At 729 Am Cdt, Hidalgo County Emergency Management Reported Multiple Vehicles Submerged Under Water Due To Heavy Rainf From Thunderstorms Over Portions Of Southeast Hidalgo County. 4 To 6 Inches Of Rain ...Read More.
Effective: June 20, 2018 at 7:38amExpires: June 20, 2018 at 11:15amTarget Area: Hidalgo

Flash Flood Warning
...this Is A Flash Flood Emergency For Eastern Hidalgo And Northwest Cameron County... ...the Flash Flood Warning Remains In Effect Until 1030 Am Cdt For Southeastern Hidalgo And Northwestern Cameron Counties... At 728 Am Cdt, Doppler Radar Indicated Thunderstorms Producing Heavy Rain Across The Warned Area. Flash Flooding Is Already Occurring ...Read More.
Effective: June 20, 2018 at 7:32amExpires: June 20, 2018 at 10:30amTarget Area: Cameron; Hidalgo

Flash Flood Warning
The National Weather Service In Brownsville Has Issued A * Flash Flood Warning For... Northeastern Cameron County In Deep South Texas... * Until 1115 Am Cdt. * At 720 Am Cdt, Doppler Radar Indicated Thunderstorms Producing Heavy Rain Across The Warned Area. 3 To 5 Inches Of Rain Have ...Read More.
Effective: June 20, 2018 at 7:22amExpires: June 20, 2018 at 11:15amTarget Area: Cameron

Flash Flood Warning
The National Weather Service In Brownsville Has Issued A * Flash Flood Warning For... Willacy County In Deep South Texas... * Until 1045 Am Cdt. * At 640 Am Cdt, Doppler Radar Indicated Thunderstorms Producing Heavy Rain Across The Warned Area. Up To 10 Inches Of Rain Have ...Read More.
Effective: June 20, 2018 at 6:42amExpires: June 20, 2018 at 10:45amTarget Area: Willacy

Flood Warning
...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following River In Texas... Aransas River Near Skidmore Affecting Bee County .recent Or Anticipated Rainfall Over The Area Will Keep The Aforementioned River Above Flood Stage For The Next Few Days. These River Forecasts Are Based On Forecast Rainfall Over The Area, And Are Subject To Change With Rainfall Forecasts. ...Read More.
Effective: June 20, 2018 at 9:19amExpires: June 22, 2018 at 6:09amTarget Area: Bee

Flood Warning
...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following Rivers In Texas... Aransas River Near Skidmore Affecting Bee County Mission River At Refugio Affecting Refugio County .recent Or Anticipated Rainfall Over The Area Will Keep The Aforementioned Rivers Above Flood Stage For The Next Few Days. These River Forecasts Are Based On Forecast Rainfall Over The ...Read More.
Effective: June 20, 2018 at 9:09amExpires: June 22, 2018 at 10:20amTarget Area: Refugio

Flood Warning
The National Weather Service In Corpus Christi Has Issued A * Flood Warning For... Nueces County In South Central Texas... Jim Wells County In South Central Texas... Northern Kleberg County In South Central Texas... * Until 245 Pm Cdt Wednesday. ...Read More.
Effective: June 20, 2018 at 7:32amExpires: June 20, 2018 at 10:30amTarget Area: Jim Wells; Kleberg

Flood Warning
The National Weather Service In Corpus Christi Has Issued A * Flood Warning For... Nueces County In South Central Texas... Jim Wells County In South Central Texas... Northern Kleberg County In South Central Texas... * Until 245 Pm Cdt Wednesday. ...Read More.
Effective: June 20, 2018 at 9:14amExpires: June 20, 2018 at 12:15pmTarget Area: Nueces

Flood Warning
...the Flood Warning For The Following Creek Or River Remains In Effect: Los Olmos Creek... ...flood Warning Extended Until This Afternoon...the Flood Warning Continues For The Los Olmos Creek Near Falfurrias * Until This Afternoon * At 7 Am Wednesday The Stage Was 11.2 Feet (3.4 Meters) ...Read More.
Effective: June 20, 2018 at 8:18amExpires: June 20, 2018 at 2:53pmTarget Area: Brooks

Flood Warning
...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following River In Texas... Oso Creek Near Corpus Christi Affecting Nueces County .recent Or Anticipated Rainfall Over The Area Will Keep The Aforementioned River Above Flood Stage For The Next Few Days. These River Forecasts Are Based On Forecast Rainfall Over The Area, And Are Subject To Change With Rainfall Forecasts. ...Read More.
Effective: June 20, 2018 at 6:44amExpires: June 21, 2018 at 12:43amTarget Area: Nueces

Author: Cheril Vernon

More than 50 Houston County Kids to be Featured in Missoula Children’s Theatre on Saturday, June 16

By Sarah Naron Messenger Reporter CROCKETT – More than 50 aspiring, young thespians from throughout Houston County will be given the chance to shine Saturday, June 16 as they take the stage of the Crockett Civic Center to present a musical adaptation of ‘The Princess and the Pea’ under the direction of the Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT). Auditions were held Monday, June 11, and the students spent the remainder of the week honing their skills with guidance from professionals affiliated with the MCT. “The Missoula Children’s Theatre is an award-winning company that tours the world bringing children’s theatre to...

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Elkhart City Council Discusses Railroad Commission Fine

By Sarah Naron Messenger Reporter ELKHART – A fine imposed on the City of Elkhart by the Railroad Commission of Texas as a result of a gas line on Moore Street – which was hit during a repair of a leak – was discussed by the Elkhart City Council during a regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, June 5. “A few months back, we had a leak out on Moore Street – the first leak on that end this year,” said City of Elkhart Public Works Supervisor B.J. Perry. “The center of the hole, where the gas line was – we didn’t dig there.” Perry explained that while waiting for dry material to fill in the hole, he observed the “wall” of the hole beginning to cave in. “I reached over with the mini excavator and smooshed it in, and when I came back with it, I hooked that gas line and pulled it out,” he said. “Of course, then, we went through the 911, 811, gas company and everything. I even dug it up for the gas company to fix and was helping fix it.” The efforts to rectify the issue were temporarily halted, however, due to the gas company representative lacking a necessary part to complete the repair. Perry said he submitted paperwork on the matter to the Railroad Commission prior to the completion of the repair. “It gives...

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WEEKLY BIBLE COMMENTARY: Genesis 41

By Wes Woodard Genesis 41 – “Joseph Interprets Pharaoh’s Dream” The King of Egypt had a troubling dream. In this dream he saw seven healthy cows come out of the Nile and eat the grass along the side of the river. Then he saw seven skinny cows come out of the river and eat the fat healthy cows. Then he saw seven plump heads of grain eaten by seven poor heads of grain. The King called for his wisemen, but they could not tell him what the dream meant. Then, the Chief Cupbearer remembered Joseph, so Pharaoh called for him. Joseph came. He told the King he could not interpret the dream, but his God could. Joseph told the King that there would be seven years of good crops in the land followed by seven years of poor crops. The King asked Joseph what he should do, so Joseph told him to store up grain during the good years then there would be grain available during the seven poor years for the Egyptian people. Pharaoh gave orders for this to be done and he appointed this young Jewish man who would deliver a Gentile country (Egypt) from starvation. What is interesting to me is that Egypt was the first nation to attack Israel after it had become a nation again in...

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THE WEEKENDER: “Where There’s Smoke … FIRE!”

By Clyde Black theweekender@live.com Over 20 years ago, I was a newcomer to Houston County and our rural lifestyle. The intention was to poke a little fun at myself and give folks a grin. I had grown up poor in the country but over the years of city living I had forgotten all the issues of rural living. I knew many folks were buying land out here and planned to have weekend visits and eventually retire here. I figured my own mistakes might help these new weekenders a little. Years ago a reader told me that he’d never seen anyone try so hard to prove he’s a dummy. He was talking about me. Well guess what, I’ve done it again. As a landowner and elected county official I’ve tried hard to learn about proper care of my place. I’ve always been careful to not do things that might threaten my neighbors. We always have brush to burn and it’s a daunting task for an old man to keep up with 200 acres of fallen trees and brush. I’ve talked with fire fighters and been careful with my burns. Well, guess what, this past weekend I messed up and had to call the Lovelady Volunteer Fire Department! I’ve got brush piles all over the place. Some are huge about house size, others are garage size and others are storage shed...

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HORACE MCQUEEN: History — a lost cause!

By Horace McQueen Nero Fiddles and Rome burns! Such a fitting comparison to the headlines of today! Protestors continue marching, burning, looting and raising Hell in general. And too often the weak spineless liberal element holding political power is afraid to challenge the protesters. Once statues come crashing down that are not “correct” in the eyes of the rabble rousers, what next? One Houston reactionary advocates tearing down the huge statue of Sam Houston that graces I-45 and old Highway 75 just south of Houston. And all roads, streets, highways, byways, schools, other public buildings that bear names of our kinfolks from generations ago are in the target zone. Just think about this! If not for the leadership of slave owner Houston at the battle of San Jacinto, Texas today could be a part of Mexico. Reckon what the “tear ‘em down” morons really know about our history — not a whole lot from what I learn from talking with the young folks of today. Teachers must spend a lot of time “teaching to the test” and not teaching our youngsters the history about the building of this great nation. Reckon how many high school students know that the Washington monument was built by contractors (all Yankees) using slave labor. Or that the Inca and Mayan temples in Mexico and Central America were built by slaves. Those who need...

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Areal Flood Advisory

Issued:
7:30 AM CDT on June 20, 2018
Expires:
10:30 AM CDT on June 20, 2018

Special Statement

Issued:
11:23 AM CDT on June 19, 2018
Expires:
11:30 AM CDT on June 20, 2018
Thunderstorm
Wednesday 06/20 100%
High 82° / Low 71°
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Thursday 06/21 60%
High 89° / Low 73°
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Friday 06/22 10%
High 94° / Low 73°
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