Articles Tagged “Gulf Coast”

  • Tropical Storm Nate Info

    The National Weather Service reported late last night that Tropical Storm Nate could be near hurricane intensity when it approaches the Yucatan Peninsula Friday. A tropical storm warning and a hurricane watch is in effect…

  • Governor Abbott Announces Rebuild Texas Website for Communities

    Governor Greg Abbott today announced the launch by the Governor’s Commission of www.RebuildTexas.Today, a real-time information resource for local officials in the communities impacted by Hurricane Harvey. The website will provide the most current and…

  • Tropical Storm Cindy

    As of four this morning, Tropical Storm Cindy made landfall over southwest Louisiana.  Areas of rain and heavier rainbands around the center of Cindy Continue to develop and track across parts of that area. On…

  • SHSU Professor Paul Ruffin Receives Positive Review for Upcoming Book

    Texas State University System Regents’ Professor and Distinguished Professor of English at Sam Houston State University, Paul Ruffin, recently received a positive review for his upcoming book, “The Time the Waters Rose: And Stories of…

  • New Exhibit At Sam Houston Memorial Museum

    There’s a new exhibit at the Sam Houston Memorial Museum. Marketing Coordinator Megan Buro tells us all about it . . . .   The first decade of the 21st century has seen significant hurricane…

  • Ag Commissioner Staples Talks Turkey

    Turkey Day is almost here, and Texas Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples tells us that there are three sub-species of turkeys in Texas. There’s the Eastern turkey found in the Post Oak, Savanna, and Piney Wood…

  • Liberty & Walker County Interlocal Shelter Agreement Approved

    At this week’s session of Walker County Commissioners, Walker County Emergency Coordinator Butch Davis filled commissioners in on an interlocal agreement on the local shelter regarding Liberty and Walker Counties. Davis said, by 2008 “we…