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Remembering Harvey

Families and businesses still rebuilding, while another hurricane season begins.

It's been a year since Hurricane Harvey devastated the Texas mid-coast, dropping more than 50 inches of rain and delivering raging wind and waves on parts of the Texas coast.

In the midst of hurricane season, a season forecast to last until November, more than a few meet this storm season with a feeling of apprehension and anxiety, remembering all they suffered and all they have endured. 

With the anniversary upon us, we thought it might be a fitting tribute to illustrate the brave and gallant efforts of the people of coastal Texas through pictures and words that remind us that at the end of the day, we all are strong.

In the words of Winston Churchill, “Success is not final, failure is not fatal. It is the courage to continue that counts.”

Take a look back:

See, Remembering Harvey as hurricane season arrives

See, National Guard assists in livestock relief efforts 

See, South Texas farmers describe storm damage 


See, South Texas begins long process of digging out after Harvey 

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