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    County Magazine

    A Publication of the Texas Association of Counties

    County magazine is a free quarterly publication of the Texas Association of Counties to help all county elected officials and employees stay informed on the latest news and best practices.

    Winner of the 2022 National Association of County Information Officers award for printed publication, writing, and website.

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    County magazine is a free quarterly publication of the Texas Association of Counties that delivers useful information to help all Texas counties better serve their residents.
     

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    Meeting the multilingual needs of Texas

    Texas counties boost translation services in response to increasing diversity

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    2024 County Technology Conference gets counties thinking about ways to use AI

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    Blog: 10 Texas counties earn 2024 NACo Achievement Awards

    Harris County receives 29 awards, including a Best in Category accolade for its Precinct 2 student leadership academy

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    Blog: Prepare for a busy 2024 hurricane season

    Hurricane season lasts from June 1 to Nov. 30

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    Recent confrontations have prompted changes in policies

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    County Magazine Blog

    County magazine, the award-winning publication from the Texas Association of Counties, now has a blog that will regularly report on stories out of Texas counties.
     

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    County magazine is a free quarterly publication of the Texas Association of Counties that delivers useful information to help all Texas counties better serve their residents.

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