Tag Archives: Water
The president’s proposed budget cuts billions in federal aid for residents of the state’s sparsely populated areas.
Arnie Amaro, the city administrator of La Villa, knows Hidalgo County’s sprawl will eventually reach his town. In the last decade, the border county’s popul...Read More
Texas has the biggest rural population in the nation, yet many journalists treat much of the state as flyover country.
Trump’s election taught the nation many painful lessons. Among them: the traditional divide between town and country has become a chasm. People in blue, urban...Read More
In the race to represent SD 24, Republican candidates Susan King and Dawn Buckingham face a difficult balancing act on water conservation and pricing.
The runoff for SD 24, sprawling from Abilene to Bandera, is between an outsider ophthalmologist (look out, Donna Campbell!) and a five-term state rep....Read More
The TWDB on Thursday approved a five-year water management plan that projects Texas’ population will grow by 70 percent by 2070....Read More
A report suggests that state water planners have drastically overestimated how much water Texas will need by 2060....Read More