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Brett Alan Hill, 55, of rural Danville, Iowa, formerly of Burlington, Iowa, died Dec. 6, 2018, at Great River Hospice. ... [Read More]
Serving the Big Bend and Davis Mountains Country since 1891... [Read More]
During the first timeout of the second half against UT-Dallas, the Lobos men's basketball team gathered around head coach Clif Carroll, but he didn't say... [Read More]
The Alpine boys basketball team picked up its first win of the season in a 59-15 blowout at Iraan on Nov. 30. [Read More]
The Lady Buck basketball team split four games at a tournament in Ozona this past week. Over two days they played their best defense of... [Read More]
As warm afternoons give way to crisp evenings and the last of the golden leaves make their slow journey to the ground, pumpkins and turkeys... [Read More]
A New Hampshire man was struck and killed by a train last week in Alpine. [Read More]
Alpine ISD has brought a new staff member on board, Licensed Professional Counselor Carla Cheatham. Originally from San Antonio, Cheatham graduated from Sul Ross State... [Read More]
Brewster County commissioners held a regular meeting on Nov. 28, and foul weather preparations were high on their discussion list. [Read More]
Stephen Harold "Steve" Boyd, 68, registered nurse, master falconer, and outdoorsman, died on Sept. 1, 2018, from injuries caused by a drunk driver having crashed... [Read More]
A trainer for Mary Hardin-Baylor yawned as she talked to an assistant coach in between plays on Saturday at Jackson Field in Alpine. [Read More]
Alpine traveled to Denver City on Sept. 14 and got hit in the mouth. An early fumble by the Bucks, and an inability to stop... [Read More]
The Lady Bucks volleyball team seems to play better when they're behind. It worked for them on Tuesday as they took down Presidio in the... [Read More]
Alpine Elementary School held a parents meeting on Sept. 11 to discuss the accountability ratings scored by the Texas Education Agency, which categorized the elementary... [Read More]
Alpine City Council held its regular meeting on Sept. 18, and Megan Antrim, finance director, presented an investment report and expressed optimism about the city's... [Read More]
Republican Peter Flores made history on two fronts Tuesday when he defeated Democrat Pete Gallego in the Texas Senate Dist. 19 special election runoff. [Read More]
Long-time Terlingua, and formerly Alpine, resident Bill Bourbon passed away on Sept. 15 at his home. Bill served two tours with the Navy in Vietnam,... [Read More]
Mrs. Macias was born on Nov. 29, 1930, in Marfa, Texas. She was born to the late Guillermo Ortiz and Eliza (Contreras) Ortiz. [Read More]
Brewster County Commissioners Court held its regular meeting on Sept. 5, and learned it had come down on the bad side of the IRS. [Read More]
Early voting continues through Friday, Sept. 14, for the Texas Senate Dist. 19 seat vacated by convicted former Sen. Carlos Uresti. [Read More]