Pandemic’s toll on county tourism

Features

Lone star wanderlust

Counties see travel bounce back as tourists take respite from pandemic

TAC HEBP member changes her life

120-pound weight loss accredited to Healthy County wellness programs

From dollars to doughnuts: How Texas counties are encouraging vaccinations

Milam County offers $250 payment to encourage vaccinating youngsters against COVID-19

State budget highlights for the 2022-23 biennium

Wins and losses for Texas counties

Executive Director's Report

Public well-being at the center of initial ARP spending plans

Susan M. Redford

Executive Director

President's Report

Finding a path toward expanding broadband access

Renee Couch

Comal County Treasurer and TAC Board President

Has your county been practicing safety?

TAC RMP Safety Awards open with some changes

County magazine staff

Annual auditors conference to be held in Corpus Christi

Activities include comedy show, networking opportunities

County magazine staff

Clerks conference to be held Sept. 8-10

This year’s theme is ‘Community in Service’

County magazine staff

Treasurers association conference to be held in Boerne

Murder mystery, winery visit among activities

County magazine staff

Sit tight. TAC experts will come to you.

TAC RMP to offer regional workshops in the fall

County magazine staff

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Early prevention can save your life

County magazine staff

Texas Public Funds Investment Conference kicks off Nov. 4

Event is open to anyone wishing to learn about investing public funds

County magazine staff

TAC Board names new officers

Tom Green County's Cradduck chosen president-elect; Yoakum County's Addison to be vice president

County magazine staff

Matt Wylie

Johnson County Constable

Guns, germs and spiel

From COVID-19 and a deadly winter storm to its bitter end, the regular session of the 87th Legislature didn't lack for drama. And its work isn't done.

Jody Seaborn 

TAC HEBP member changes her life

120-pound weight loss accredited to Healthy County wellness programs

Melissa Porch

Lone star wanderlust

Counties see travel bounce back as tourists take respite from pandemic

Tonyia Cone

Texas Hidden Gems

After spending the last year hunkered down, many Texans are ready to explore all the state has to offer. Fortunately, the Lone Star State has diverse attractions to satisfy those looking for outdoor, foodie, retail and history adventures.

County magazine staff

From dollars to doughnuts: How Texas counties are encouraging vaccinations

Milam County offers $250 payment to encourage vaccinating youngsters against COVID-19

Mark Barron

State budget highlights for the 2022-23 biennium

Wins and losses for Texas counties

Zelma Smith

Best Practices Awards: Bexar County

Coalition advances local communications; video sustains marriage licenses

Jody Seaborn

TAC Employee Spotlight - Cynthia Brannen

The ‘calm in the storm’ of pandemic-era unemployment

County magazine staff

Cybersecurity tuneup

Increase your county’s cybersecurity with free assessments, TAC CIRA resources

County magazine staff

LAST LOOK

The National Association of Counties' annual conference

The delegation from Texas gathers for a photo at the National Association of Counties' annual conference, which took place July 9-12 in Prince George’s County, Maryland. (Credit: Susan Redford, Texas Association of Counties Executive Director)

County officials and employees (and any other Texas resident) can submit a photo to be considered for Last Look. Email your high-resolution photo to magazine@county.org.