The Texas Veterans Land Board (VLB) has added six new Type II forfeited land tracts to the Forfeited Land Sales program. These pieces of land are available for purchase by both veterans and non-veterans.
Whether you currently own land, or plan to buy land in the future, you may want to give some thought to how you can restore and maintain the ecological health of your little piece of Texas. In celebration of Earth Day, here are some considerations and resources for current and future landowners:
Join the Bullock Texas State History Museum for a special screening of D-Day 3D: Normandy 1944 on Saturday, May 3 at 2 p.m.
A resident of the William R. Courtney Texas State Veterans Home in Temple will be taken on an all-expenses-paid flight Friday and Saturday to honor his brothers in arms.
“Over the past year, Texas added jobs in all of the 11 major industries, including professional and business services, trade, transportation and utilities, leisure and hospitality, education and health services, construction, mining and logging, government, financial activities, information, other services, and manufacturing,” says Susan Combs, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.“The Texas unemployment rate was 5.7 […]
In 1983, the Texas Legislature created the Texas Veterans Land Board (VLB) Veterans Housing Assistance Program (VHAP) to assist Texas veterans in purchasing a home. The main goal of this program is to help Texas veterans and their families save money on their home mortgages and here are some of the ways the VLB and other organizations help […]