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    Increased wildfire potential is expected across much of the state early this week due to approaching dry cold fronts and high temperatures.12/21/2020 04:00:00 PM
    Practice fire safety this holiday season
    Increased wildfire potential is expected across much of the state early this week due to approaching dry cold fronts and high temperatures.
    Cedar fever season is almost upon us, and at a time when having a fever – or even catching a slight cold – is borderline taboo, it’s more important than ever to understand the symptoms and the source of this common, central Texas allergy.12/13/2020 02:45:00 PM
    Cedar Fever - Explained
    Cedar fever season is almost upon us, and at a time when having a fever – or even catching a slight cold – is borderline taboo, it’s more important than ever to understand the symptoms and the source of this common, central Texas allergy.
    Texas A&M Forest Service is now accepting grant applications from landowners in the high plains region of Texas who construct vegetative fuel breaks on their property.12/10/2020 04:10:00 PM
    Grant funds available for Texas high plains landowners constructing vegetative fuel breaks
    Texas A&M Forest Service is now accepting grant applications from landowners in the high plains region of Texas who construct vegetative fuel breaks on their property.
    <span style="font-family: Calibri, sans-serif; font-size: 11pt;">Christmas
Trees have been embedded in western holiday culture for hundreds of years, but
it was only within the past several decades that artificial Christmas trees
entered into the fold. </span>12/1/2020 02:10:00 PM
    The Benefits of Having a Real Christmas Tree
    Christmas Trees have been embedded in western holiday culture for hundreds of years, but it was only within the past several decades that artificial Christmas trees entered into the fold.