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On Wednesday, Hill Country Family Services had its first board meeting of the year at Patrick Heath Public Library in Boerne. The HCFS board of... [Read More]
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Riverhill Country Club was the setting for the 2017 Christmas Luncheon attended by members of the Joshua D. Brown Chapter of the Daughters of the... [Read More]
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The Kerr County unit of the Texas Retired Teachers Foundation raised and donated $1,000 to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund. [Read More]
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Families and Literacy Inc. will host a new event this spring: Spellabration. [Read More]
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The Upper Guadalupe River Authority, the city of Kerrville, Texas AgriLife Extension Service and Hill Country Master Gardeners will host a free seminar on stormwater... [Read More]
The weekend remains very dry across the Hill Country. [Read More]
A December letter writer stated that she did not mind being labeled a whiner. It is too bad she and others are satisfied with that.... [Read More]
Here's a question for the writer who lamented the "loss of God in schools!" Whose god is lost? The Christian God, the God of the... [Read More]
The writer echoes the current efforts and actions of President Donald Trump and the GOP to undermine and erase the legacy of President Barack Obama,... [Read More]
Regarding the Benham editorial "Evaluating Presidents":... [Read More]
I attended trade school in Waco TSTC directly after graduating high school. [Read More]
Once again, the U.S. Post Office has cost me money in the form of late fees and check cancellation fees. [Read More]
It might have been downright cold Friday morning, but a crowd gathered nonetheless at the Cowboy Breakfast to officially kick off the 74th Annual Hill... [Read More]
The following letter was an open letter to the mayor of Kerrville regarding the ribbon cutting ceremony planned Wednesday to officially open the Kerrville Sports... [Read More]
The city of Kerrville municipal offices, as well as Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library, will be closed Monday in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day... [Read More]
The Jan. 19 Dynamic Learning Institute "Human Spaceflight Class" sold out quickly. Reservations are now being wait-listed and given priority for spaces in the order... [Read More]
Kerrville resident Doug Whinnery has been honored with The Rotary Foundation Distinguished Service Award for exemplary service to The Rotary Foundation, the charitable arm of... [Read More]
Students, parents and community leaders braved 30-degree weather Friday morning to take part in the 14th annual Cowboy Breakfast at the Hill Country Youth Event... [Read More]
During fourth period on Friday, Catherine Kaiser suffered a searing migraine. Her vision became fuzzy. She felt nauseous. She wasn't sure she was even going... [Read More]
In an announcement made at 3 p.m. Friday, long-time Kerrville resident and retired minister Bill Blackburn announced he plans to run for the mayor's seat. [Read More]
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