Texans can call 844-844-3089 between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. seven days a week to submit their disaster damage information.
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The U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service is offering farmers and ranchers technical and financial assistance to repair and replace certain damaged conservation practices.
The United Way is again offering free tax preparation and filing for low-income households and the elderly who qualify, with trained volunteers who are familiar with current procedures for fast and easy filing.
POLICE BRIEFS: Man arrested for assaulting girlfriend, pointing gun
AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott and the Texas Division of Emergency Management are encouraging Texans to complete the Self Reporting Damage Survey t…
Reporting damage to the Texas Division of Emergency Management is a voluntary activity, is not a substitute for reporting damage to an insurance agency and does not guarantee disaster relief assistance.
Kudos to all the volunteers, especially those who braved the cold to direct traffic in the parking lot. Thanks to all!
The United Way of Lamar County is excited to announce the launch of this tax season’s MyFreeTaxes.com service. For the 12th year, United Way is providing free online tax filing software to help taxpayers file their taxes for free from their own device.
By partnering with intervention and safety programs, SAFE-T hopes that it can fulfill its mission statement of creating an environment where violence and abuse are not tolerated in the communities it serves.