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MORE COUNTIES, INCLUDING SOME IN BRAZOS BASIN, ADDED TO DISASTER LIST

MORE COUNTIES, INCLUDING SOME IN BRAZOS BASIN, ADDED TO DISASTER LIST

The list of counties considered disaster areas in Texas has grown by 15, including additional areas of the Brazos River basin. For more, click the photo.
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LAKE GRANBURY TO HOST WATER SAFETY EVENT

LAKE GRANBURY TO HOST WATER SAFETY EVENT

Free children’s life jackets, free kid fishing opportunities, the chance to help set a world record and tips on how to stay safe in and around water will be available at Lake Granbury's Water Safety Awareness Day from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 21 at Rough Creek Park.
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BOATERS BE AWARE!

BOATERS BE AWARE!

Before you hit the water, be sure that the water is not going to hit back! Heavy rains have moved large amounts of debris downstream including trees and trash that could be submerged just below the surface. Debris can cause a great deal of damage to watercraft and put you and your family in danger. High streamflow has also caused centerline, hazard and directional buoys to move. Navigation on the reservoirs could be hazardous following heavy rain events.
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ZEBRA MUSSELS REMAIN BIG PROBLEM DESPITE SOME GOOD NEWS

ZEBRA MUSSELS REMAIN BIG PROBLEM DESPITE SOME GOOD NEWS

A step in the right direction appears to have been made in the war against zebra mussels, but the long fight to stop their spread continues. Prevention is the best way boaters can do their part by making sure they clean, drain and dry their watercraft
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WATER RELEASE PROTOCOL AND HOW TO TRACK THE FLOW OF THE BRAZOS RIVER

WATER RELEASE PROTOCOL AND HOW TO TRACK THE FLOW OF THE BRAZOS RIVER

Questions abound when flooding occurs in the Brazos basin. Water levels can be monitored via USGS Gaging Stations while projected flooding and crests can be viewed via the NOAA Hydrologic Prediction Service. To learn more about these tools and release protocol, click the picture.
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