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Smith County Fire Marshal Warns of High Fire Danger
The Smith County Fire Marshal is urging residents not to burn outdoors.

December 14, 2017: Although Smith County is not currently under a burn ban, the Smith County Fire Marshal is urging residents to be extremely cautious.

Smith County Fire Marshal Connie McCoy-Wasson is asking people to refrain from burning until the area sees a substantial amount of rainfall. There is a chance of rain this weekend. With the low humidity and high winds, the fire danger is extremely high right now, she said.

With the New Year’s fireworks season approaching, Mrs. McCoy-Wasson cautioned residents who may use fireworks to be extremely careful. If fireworks cause a fire, the person setting them can be held liable, she said.

On Wednesday, December 13, the National Weather Service out of Shreveport, La., issued a fire danger statement.

“A very dry air mass and strong southwest winds will result in an enhanced risk for wildfires …,” it reported. “Extreme care is urged during all outdoor activities where there is a potential for grass fires and for fires to start and spread rapidly. Avoid outdoor burning of trash and do not toss lit cigarette butts outside, especially from a moving vehicle where winds can quickly fan a flame.”

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Santa Paws is Coming to Town!
The Smith County Animal Shelter will be hosting an adoption event on Saturday, December 16, 2017.

The Smith County Animal Control & Shelter would like to invite everyone to its "Santa Paws is Coming to Town" event.

Everyone is welcome to come out to the shelter and see all of the available dogs for adoption/foster/rescue, as their goal is to get all stray dogs a warm and cozy home for the holidays.

ALL ADOPTIONS ARE FREE! Santa Claus will also be there so you can get your picture taken with your new dog!

The event is set for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, December 16, at the Smith County Animal Shelter, 322 E. Ferguson, in Downtown Tyler, Texas.

Dehart Veterinary Services will be available on sight to provide low-cost vaccinations to the adopted dogs and will be providing appointments for low-cost spay and neuter. There will also be refreshments and appetizers. For more information, call the shelter at: 903-266-4303.

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Road and Bridge Strategic Planning Project is Smith County's commitment to strategic planning. The project identifies specific road and bridge infrastructure improvements needed in the County and seeks Citizen input. Click here for more information.. Click here for a Video.
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