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Title: Texas is burning
Authors: Busby,Mark//Dick Heaberlin
Source: Texas Books in Review, Spring/Summer 2011, 31 :1 & 2    
Subjects: Wildfires
Ref ID: 92455
 
Title: Eye on Texas: Bastrop wildfire
Authors: Heimsath,Jeff
Source: Texas Observer, Sep-12, 104 :9 ,pg 45-  
Subjects: Wildfires - Bastrop (Tex.) Bastrop (Tex.)
Additional Information: Photographs of the 2011 wildfires centered in Bastrop (Tex.).
Ref ID: 94677
 
Title: Lookout: 6 things you'll be talking about in September
Authors: Salamon,Jeff
Source: Texas Monthly, Sep-12, 40 :9 ,pg 72- 73
Subjects: Texas A & M University - Football Television programs Music Rove Karl Wildfires Wildfires - Bastrop (Tex.) Texas culture
Additional Information: Texas A & M moves to the SEC; Houston-born actor Jim Farrell stars in highly rated TV comedy, "The Big Bang Theory" and comes out of the closet; Dallas' Annie Clark and former Talking Head David Byrne collaborate on a new album, "Love This Giant;" Karl Rove the subject of a new book by Craig Unger, "Inside Karl Rove's Secret Kingdom of Power;" The Bastrop wildfire one year later through the eyes of a Bastrop High School senior; New book by University of Houston professor, Brene Brown, "Daring Greatly: How the Courage to be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead" leads to question about Texas stoicism vs. willingness to be vulnerable.
Ref ID: 94793
 
Title: Texas wildfire relief: What you can do to help
Authors:
Source: Fiscal Notes, Sep-11, :    
Subjects: Wildfires
Additional Information: American Red Cross of Central Texas; Texas Forest Service Emergency Assistance Fund; Texas Wildfire Relief Fund.
Ref ID: 91816
 
Title: Hot dry endless...As the countryside burns, cities search for water and cattle starve, Texas endures one of its worst droughts
Authors: Wilder,Forrest
Source: Texas Observer, Oct-11, 103 :15 ,pg 8-15-  
Subjects: Droughts Reservoirs Wildfires Tullos Bill Midland (Tex.) - Water-supply Robert Lee (Tex.) - Water-supply
Additional Information: Photographs by Jen Reel.
Ref ID: 92961
 
Title: Political intelligence: Annals of firefighting - Undercutting the volunteers
Authors: Wilder,Forrest;DeCanio,Geoffrey
Source: Texas Observer, Oct-11, 103 :15 ,pg 2-3-  
Subjects: Volunteer fire departments Wildfires Texas Forest Service Ogden Steve
Ref ID: 92969
 
Title: Up front: The fire in our lives
Authors: Lohrmann,Charles J.
Source: Texas Highways, Nov-11, 58 :11 ,pg Inside front cover-  
Subjects: Wildfires Bastrop State Park
Ref ID: 92252
 
Title: Postcards: Art on fire
Authors: McKey,Nola
Source: Texas Highways, Jan-12, 59 :1    
Subjects: Lubbock (Tex.) - Museums - Exhibitions Wildfires
Additional Information: Unwanted Visitor: Portrait of a Wildfire at the National Ranching Heritage Center (Lubbock).
Ref ID: 94272
 
Title: Trial by fire: This year will be remembered for a terrifying series of wildfires that ravaged almost every corner of the state, from Bastrop County to Possum Kingdom, from Amarillo to the Mexican border. All told, the flames torched nearly three million a
Authors: Breal,Jordan;Hall,Michael;Salamon,Jeff;Spong,John;Sweaney,Brian D.;Vin,Katy
Source: Texas Monthly, Dec-11, 39 :12 ,pg 134-147+-  
Subjects: Droughts Wildfires
Additional Information: Fires (as told by): The Rockhouse Fire (Bobby McKnight); The Possum Kingdom Complex Fire (Jackie Fewell); The Cooper Mountain Ranch Fire (J. A. Robinson); The Deaton Cole Fire (Chad Schafer); The Angelina River Bottom Fire (Dana Day); The Bastrop County C
Ref ID: 92782
 
Title: The state of Texas: Wildfires
Authors:
Source: Texas Observer, 20-May-11, 103 :9    
Subjects: Wildfires Texas Forest Service
Additional Information: Table: Minimum number of acres burnedin Texas by wildfires this season; Estimated total cost for wildfire response; Porposed reduction in Texas Forest Service budget for wildfire response.
Ref ID: 91085
 
Title: Gone in 15 minutes: That's how long it took a massive wildfire to destroy the North Texas town of Ringgold on New Year's Day. But for the residents who lost everything--and the brave volunteers who risked their lives--putting the disaster behind them will
Authors: Vine,Katy
Source: Texas Monthly, 2006, 34 :4 ,pg 110- 113
Subjects: Ringgold (Tex.) Wildfires
Additional Information: ID: 3803; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 50608
 
Title: Reporter: State wide: Fire storm
Authors: Thompson,Helen
Source: Texas Monthly, 1993, 21 :6 ,pg 106- 110
Subjects: Wildfires West Texas Region
Additional Information: ID: 8454; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 14229
 
Title: Earth, rain, wind, fire
Authors: Kelton,Elmer
Source: Texas Monthly, 1988, 16 :5 ,pg 107+-  
Subjects: Fire extinction Wildfires
Additional Information: ID: 1300; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 83921
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