Beware of Night Stalking Coyotes In San Angelo Backyards
Coyotes can also be lethal to livestock and pets. They have been clocked at over 35 miles an hour by ranchers in Texas. A 30-pound coyote can kill a 200-pound buck. While wolves were hunted out of many livestock-producing areas, coyotes have persisted.
Pickup Fire Closes U.S. 67…What To Do If YOUR Vehicle Catches Fire
The most recent fire this past week on US 67 caused no injuries. Vehicle fires don't always end so well. According to recent findings, there were an estimated 212,500 vehicle fires in 2018 in the US. These fires caused 560 deaths, 1500 injuries, and 1.9 billion in direct property damage.
Can A Squatter Legally Take Over Your Property in Texas?
If someone trespasses and even lives on your property without your permission, then you can always have them thrown out, right? Believe it or not, the answer is not that simple. Perhaps you've heard of "squatter's rights."
A Holiday Idea For San Angelo, Don’t Overlook The Hot Chocolate
San Angelo's Tour of Lights would be a perfect location for a cocoa bar. People downtown enjoying the lights and the holiday fun could pop in for a hot chocolate or coffee. It could be a perfect holiday spot for all things holiday not just hot chocolate, but Christmas cookies, eggnog, and fruitcake. Perhaps the profits could benefit a worthy charity in the area.
It’s Beginning to Look Like A San Angelo Craigslist Christmas
Who says you need a big budget to find the perfect Christmas gift? Craigslist has been matching people with just the right items for years. Here are some incredible free items available now on Craigslist near San Angelo. Better hurry, these items won't last long
Texas Hunters, Forget The Hunting Dogs How About Hunting Emus?
If you are out deer hunting and you encounter an emu wandering around, it might be a great idea to join forces. One of the most unlikely tall tales of this hunting season is a true story of an emu and a hunter. Never mind hunting dogs, maybe the saavy hunter should get an emu.
Top Ten Christmas Customs of Texans
The Christmas season is here and it hits a little differently here in West Texas. There are traditions we Texans hold dear that you won't encounter anywhere else. Altogether these traditions define what makes the holiday season so special here in Texas.
Do Posted Construction Zone Speed Limits Always Apply in Texas?
In Texas, reduced speed limits become the law when drivers reach these signs and remain the maximum legal speed limit until the next sign posting a higher speed limit. This is regardless of whether workers, orange barrels, or any sign of construction are visible.
Bigfoot is No Stranger to San Angelo
It seems far-fetched to me that Bigfoot or Sasquatch could remain undetected here in the San Angelo area. There just aren't that many trees or caves. Those are the two things most associated with the beast. Yet, there have been some famous Bigfoot sightings in the San Angelo area. Many of the sightings happen at this time of the year.
Can you Catch Covid From A Deer in Texas?
Scientists in Texas say many white-tailed deer here in Texas are carrying the virus that causes Covid. Further, scientists say there are documented cases of deer giving humans the virus. Not many cases, but it has happened. Should you be concerned? Here is the latest.