Our thoughts and prayers are with the residents that have been affected by the tornados in Granbury and Cleburne.
DESPITE SPRING SHOWERS, DROUGHT TIGHTENS ITS GRIP
Scattered showers have brought some relief to drought-weary Texans in the form of rain but they did precious little to break the grip of this multi-year dry spell. Most of Texas has not received the kind of rainfall necessary to relieve this drought, and unfortunately meteorologists are not forecasting conditions to improve over the next few months. For more, click here.
BRAZOS RIVER AUTHORITY MOURNS THE LOSS OF
FORMER LONG-TIME GENERAL COUNSEL DAVID KULTGEN
The Brazos River Authority is mourning the loss of its former general counsel, Waco civic leader and philanthropist David Kultgen. A long-time Waco resident, Mr. Kultgen, 90, died Sunday at his home. For more, please click here.
NEW BOARD MEMBERS
Gov. Rick Perry has appointed one new member to the Brazos River Authority Board of Directors. Gov. Perry also reappointed six current board members and confirmed three interim members. The appointees were confirmed by the Texas Senate on April 17, 2013. For more, click here.
LAKE GRANBURY PARK CONSTRUCTION CONTINUES
Rough Creek Park at Lake Granbury and the expanded Rough Creek boat ramp reopened to the public on April 30. The DeCordova Park and boat ramp have temporarily closed for construction that is expected to last about three weeks. Overnight camping is available at Thorp Spring, Hunter and Rough Creek Parks. For additional information, call 817-573-3212.