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Flood Clean Up Is Costly
The power of water is amazing. The devastation that flood waters cause is unimaginable. East Texans are unfortunately living through this unimaginable experience right now. Entire neighborhoods in Kilgore, Henderson and Longview were submerged by flood waters Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. No…
Ways You Can Help Hurricane Sandy Victims
The Northeast was hit with the most devastating and earth shattering storm that we have seen in years. People are without power, homes, food, water, and the essentials needed to survive. Unfortunately, it doesn't look like Mother Nature has decided to ease up on them yet. With a winter surge heading…
Sandy Scammers Are Already Out To Make a Buck
Surely karma will take care of these folks.
There are reports (and maybe you've seen the posts) that people on Facebook and other social media sites are claiming to be storm victims when they're not. Those folks are asking for money right along with legitimate hurricane relief efforts, gene…
Here’s How East Texans Can Help Those Affected By Hurricane Sandy
The weather in Tyler is just fine, so it's hard to imagine exactly how bad it is right now on the East Coast as Hurricane Sandy makes her way into New York and New Jersey. There are blizzard warnings in places like West Virginia, because Sandy is mixing with a winter storm there, and meteorologists …
Six Flags Over Texas Escapes The Wrath Of Mother Nature
Tuesday afternoon the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex was ravaged by a few rounds of severe weather that spawned several tornadoes and did quite a bit of damage throughout the metroplex.  There were even reports of a tornado in the vicinity of Six Flags Over Texas, the Rangers Ballpark In Arlington and C…
Dine At Jalapeno Tree Today & Support Our Red Cross
Tomorrow (Tuesday, October 4th) Jalapeno Tree restaurants in East Texas will be donating 10% of all total proceeds to the local American Red Cross. This is a great opportunity to get some Crazy Good Mexican Food while helping out neighbors in need. See if the Jalapeno Tree in our town is participati…