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For in depth weather report with doppler radar, satellite maps and more weather information click: Today's San Angelo, Texas Weather

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San Angelo, city, seat of Tom Green County, western Texas, on the Concho River; incorporated 1903. It has large wool, mohair, and livestock markets. Manufactures include medical supplies, oil-field machinery, clothing, footwear, and communications equipment. Angelo State University (1926) is here, and Goodfellow Air Force Base adjoins the city. Bartholomew "Bart" J. DeWitt (1825-78) founded a trading post here soon after the establishment (1867) nearby of Fort Concho (now a museum). For the community that soon developed, DeWitt chose the name Saint Angela, probably for his wife Carolina Angela. In 1884 the name was changed to San Angelo. San Angelo is located on the northern boundary of the Chihuahuan desert at an altitude of 1,900 feet.
104,010 (2000 estimate). From MSN Encarta

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Some Annual Events in San Angelo: 

February 18-27    San Angelo Stock Show & PRCA Rodeo

May 15-16          Festival on the Concho

July 3                 4th of July Pops Concert and great fireworks display.
                         Only Austin is better in the whole state, according to Texas Monthly!

Dec 1-3              Christmas at Old Fort Concho

Calendar of Events for San Angelo

Interesting photographs of San Angelo.
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Gallery of San Angelo photographs and video

Links to more information on San Angelo and Texas. 

The below list of 60 links is a great place to find all kinds of information on San Angelo and Texas. If you are looking for a place to retire San Angelo is fast becoming one of the places in Texas to retire.  If you are an ex-Texan and need a Texas fix this is the place to find it. If you want to be a Texan and live some place else this is the place to start learning about becoming one. And finely if you are a Texan and what to learn about cool places to go or great road trips this is the place to start. Enjoy!

Several years ago, Money Magazine ranked San Angelo the 38th best place to live among the 300+ cities evaluated.

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San Angelo Links:

Article on San Angelo in Texas Parks & Wildlife Magazine

Live View KLST-TV Skycam (Web Cam) of San Angelo with Landmarks, Sunsets, Skies, News Events, and more. This was the first tower web cam in San Angelo. Look around San Angelo from 300 feet above the KLST studios.

Downtown Web Cam 

City of San Angelo     San Angelo Chamber of Commerce     Angelo State University

Fort Concho     San Angelo State Park     Goodfellow AFB     Historic San Angelo

Standard-Times Newspaper    San Angelo Area Guides    San Angelo Info Net         

San Angelo's On-Line Community Center     Angelo Online    San Angelo Colts Baseball 

KIDY-TV    American Junior Rodeo Association    K-Lite FM

Quick Sand Public Golf Course    Thrifty Nickel On-Line    Tom Green County Library

Sunset Mall    Shannon Health System    National Weather Service San Angelo, Texas

Howard College     San Angelo Astronomy Association     San     San Angelo Area-Wide     San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo

Handbook of Texas Online: TOM GREEN COUNTY     San Angelo Community Medical Center

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts     About San Angelo     Concho Valley Homepage

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Texas Links:

Live view of the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas.

Live View (Satellite Cam): Texas, New Mexico, Central USA, and Mexico Day or Night from Satellite

Eye In the Sky Camera located at Laredo, Texas on the Mexican Side of International Bridge II 

View of the Surf at Steamers, in front of the pavilion from the Snack Shack in South Padre, Texas.

Various views of Corpus Christi, Texas

Skyline view of Houston, Texas.

View overlooking Austin, Texas from Fox 7 Tower.

Live view from the sixth floor window of the former Texas School Book Depository in Dallas, Texas.

Multiple, live views of the city of Dallas, Texas from the Dallas Museum of Natural History.

Texas State Parks and Historic Sites    Big Bend National Park    Big Bend Info    

Guadalupe Mountains National Park    McDonald Observatory    Guide to Texas Outside

Texas Highways Magazine    Texas Parks & Wildlife     TravelTex    Texas Museums

Texas-Travel-Festivals-Events Information    Texas Monthly Magazine    Texas Roadtrips

Texas Historical Commission     Web Cams in Texas    Texas for Visitors

Community Colleges in Texas    Texas Country Reporter    Wild Texas   Great Texas

TexasOnline: Official Portal of Texas     2-1-1 Texas

Texas Parks and Wildlife Regional Offices - new page to help you find more information on Texas Parks.

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