20 yrs ago — Town was without power for days due to an ice storm.
10 YEARS AGO - 2010 • Officers step up patrols
Texas A&M AgriLife in Camp County has been busy over the winter holidays prepping and planning programming for 2020 as well as reflecting and documenting on the past programs of 2019. I urge you to reach out to me and ask questions about your agricultural concerns. Don’t stop reading just because you don’t own a farm: agriculture is EVERY- WHERE! Do you have questions about why “lady bugs” are invading your home? I can help with that! Want a well-manicured, pristine lawn? We have resources for that. Driving down a backroad and see a funky plant you want identified…. I’ve been there, done that. There is a wide array of what Extension covers; here lately it seems like I’ve received client calls such as, “I wasn’t sure who to call, so I called the county agent.” I don’t always have the answer for these callers, but I can almost assuredly get them to the right contact. If you would rather come by my office, let’s schedule a meeting or check out the upcoming programs below:
In the midst of flu season, it’s important to remember to protect yourself (and others).