Fulshear Magazine – Issue 1, 2018

The staff at Fulshear Magazine are pleased to present the most recent issue for Spring of 2018. We sincerely hope that you will enjoy reading this issue as much as we have enjoyed bringing it to you.

In the current issue, you’ll find interesting articles from our area’s most talented writers. From local personalities to articles about our local heritage, Fulshear Magazine will introduce you to some pretty interesting topics – especially if you live in Fulshear or are considering moving your family to the area.

We love our local businessess..

If you own a business in Fulshear, you owe it to yourself, your company, as well as your patrons within the community to consider the benefits of advertising in the next issue of Fulshear Magazine. Not only will you enjoy reaching the exact demographics and customers that support your business, you’ll also be celebrated as a business leader in the the fastest growing community in southeast Texas. For advertising information, call 281-973-0633 or visit our magazine advertising page.

City of Fulshear

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City of Fulshear

The 2018 Scarecrow Festival at Cross Creek Ranch is going strong! Bring your rain boots & come join the fun! Event runs until 6 pm. Stop by the City booth & day “hi!” ... See MoreSee Less

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City of Fulshear

A weather pattern stalled over Texas and produced the worst flash flooding since 1935 in Llano County. The area got as much as 13.24 inches of rain in two days.

Also, Dallas broke the record for the wettest autumn on record - just halfway into the season. The Dallas area has received almost 2 feet of rain so far this fall.

Although, we did not experience that type of rainfall in our area, the rain north of us can impact our city.

At this time we do not anticipate any flooding in Fulshear but we want you to be aware of the situation.

The Brazos River at Richmond is anticipated to rise to 39.1 feet on Sunday and begin to subside thereafter. As long as no more large amounts of rain fall, the river SHOULD NOT raise above 39.1 feet according to the National Weather Service – Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Chart located at this link: https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php…

What does this mean for Fulshear?

Historically if the Brazos River at Richmond reports a rise of the Brazos River to 41.4, then Red Bird Lane off of Bois D’Arc will begin to see water on its lanes. However, WE DO NOT anticipate this to happen at this time. As it stands today, the prediction is ONLY 39.1 feet on Sunday, which is a little over two feet UNDER the threshold of impacting Red Bird

We want you to be informed and aware of the situation just in case anything changes.
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City of Fulshear

UPDATE (1:00 pm) Life Flight has boarded the injured individual and has left the school, in route to hospital. Our thoughts and prayers go with him.

Industrial accident just occurred at Fulshear High School property. Life Flight in route. No children in danger. Accident occurred at the new school build location. A worker fell off a lift and suffered severe injuries.
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Tricia Turner Properties

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Tricia Turner Properties

Quick video regarding the housing market and natural disasters. ... See MoreSee Less

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Polly Royer, Realtor at Cross Creek Ranch

This is the view I have in Cross Creek Ranch when I am
Working out at the gym.
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Fulshear-Simonton Heritage Society

Fulshear Outreach Development

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Fulshear Tree Service

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Fulshear Tree  Service

SOUTHERN PINE BEETLES
This pine bark beetle is the most destructive of its kind here in the South. Infestation in Texas often peaks in the early months of summer. How do you know your pine has been hit with these little guys? Telltale signs are whitish-yellow tunnels of resin on the tree, or reddish sawdust along the ground, trunk crevices or on spider webs attached to the tree. This “sawdust” is the residue left over after the beetles drill into the wood. There, the beetles set up camp and reproduce. The tree’s needles will transform over the time of the beetles stay, often turning yellow and then a deep red-brown color. Death is imminent. There is only one chemical that is proven to diminish the numbers of these pesky insects, however once the beetles are inside the tree, the chemical is ineffective. Thinning of the trees has proven to be the best solution and preventative technique. By thinning crowded pine stands and removing those with low growth rates, the remaining pines are able to thrive.
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Fulshear High School Theater