Daylight Savings Time Ends!

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Nov 1, 2015 – Daylight Saving Time Ends

When local daylight time is about to reach
Sunday, November 1, 2015, 2:00:00 AM clocks are turned backward 1 hour to
Sunday, November 1, 2015, 1:00:00 AM local standard time instead

Sunrise and sunset will be about 1 hour earlier on Nov 1, 2015 than the day before. There will be more light in the morning.


JUST LISTED! 303 Axis Deer Trail – Hutto, Texas

303 Axis Deer Trail - Hutto, TX

$225,000     3 Bedroom / 2 Bath      Click the picture to see the virtual tour

STUNNING BACK YARD OASIS ON 1/2 ACRE, No neighbors behind house, 16 x 31 studio w/ hot & cold water, 9 x 14 pergola, 27 mature trees, private back yard, storage shed, 3bed 2bath home, tile, marble & wood laminate flooring, kitchen overlooks living, breakfast bar, fireplace, large master, M-I-L layout, double vanity, new HVAC unit, sprinkler system, double gate leading to backyard, 5 exterior hose bibs around property, truly a must see!

Call us Today!      Maureen & AC Rooker     512-759-2210

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Commissioner Miller Encourages Texans to Help Farmers and Ranchers Devastated by Wildfires Across the State

Bastrop County fire seen on Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2015. Photo by Cynthia Johnson Ludwig & PT Ludwig

Photo by Cynthia Johnson Ludwig & PT Ludwig

Commissioner Miller Encourages Texans to Help Farmers and Ranchers Devastated by Wildfires Across the State (10/15/2015)

AUSTIN – As firefighters struggle to contain wildfires in areas of rural Texas, Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller is calling on fellow Texans to lend a helping hand to those in need by donating to the State of Texas Agriculture Relief Fund or STAR Fund.

The STAR Fund was created to collect monetary contributions from private individuals and businesses to assist farmers and ranchers in responding to and recovering from natural disasters. Funds may be used to rebuild fences, restore operations and pay for other agricultural relief efforts.

“These raging wildfires are catastrophic in nature, and in their wake, they’ve destroyed homes and devastated the livelihoods of the farmers and ranchers who dedicate their lives to supplying us with food and clothing,” Commissioner Miller said. “We are Texans, and when disaster strikes, our citizens rise to meet the challenge. I ask all Texans who have the means to assist their neighbors in need to please come forward and show their support.”

You can learn more about how to donate to the STAR Fund on the Texas Department of Agriculture’s (TDA) website at

As farmers and ranchers begin to assess the damage and rebuild their lives, Commissioner Miller is encouraging them to apply for assistance through the STAR Fund. TDA is now accepting applications for grants, which are available in areas where a state of disaster declaration has been issued by the governor.

“Every day, we depend on farmers and ranchers to provide our families with the healthy food and clothes that sustains our lives, and now is the time for Texas producers to lean on us,” Commissioner Miller said. “This is not a hand out, rather it’s a helping hand. I hope people in need will take advantage of these funds.”

Farmers and ranchers can apply for assistance through the STAR Fund by contacting TDA’s Grants Office or by visiting