Philly Pretzel Factory opens doors in Flower Mound
Philly Pretzel Factory opened its doors in December in Flower Mound. (Courtesy Philly Pretzel Factory)
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By Daniel Houston |
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Lewisville ISD will press forward this week with in-person and remote instruction even as crews continue to repair damage from last week’s winter storms.
Individuals and businesses who sustained losses during the February 2021 winter storms are eligible for federal assistance, according to a Texas Disaster Declaration approved
Gov. Abbott: Texas is working with federal, local agencies to offer financial relief, resources to residents impacted by winter storms
Gov. Greg Abbott said the state continues to prioritize four main areas of concern: power, water, supplies and fuel production.
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Officials with the Texas electric grid manager also said they are preparing for state and federal reviews of this week's power outages.
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H-E-B stores across Texas have limited store hours and placed purchase limits on some high-demand products due to ongoing severe winter weather, H-E-B officials announced Feb. 19.
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While power generation has been restored to serve most Texas residents, Abbott said state agencies remain focused on water and food distribution Feb. 18.
The city of Lewisville was asking residents to take significant steps to reduce their water usage as fallout from the week’s storms and power outages continued to threaten the local supply and quality of water.
Hundreds of thousands of insurance claims are projected as a result of this week's weather.