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After a youth full of more adventures that few experience over a lifetime, George Preston Durham settled down, literally, to more pastoral pursuits. Yes, he... [Read More]
As part of the Shepperd Distinguished Lecture Series, the University of Texas of the Permian Basin's John Ben Shepperd Public Leadership Institute will host an... [Read More]
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Nothing makes you feel younger than raising small humans. Also, nothing makes you feel older than raising small humans. Allow me to explain. [Read More]
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Last year has come to a close, and you may be reflecting on all of the memories you made throughout the year, the successes you... [Read More]
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Jeffery Brown, left, was recently promoted from booking officer to booking corporal on shift 2 in the detention center. Brown has been with the Sheriff's... [Read More]
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As spring approaches, we all begin planning our garden. There are multiple ways to reproduce plants. Although the planting of seeds is probably the easiest,... [Read More]
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Two entrepreneurs explain why they choose this region to launch their growing companies:... [Read More]
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The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Vaqueros have punched their tickets to the big show. [Read More]
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Hundreds of students took what they learned in history class and channeled it into creative projects during the 23rd annual Brownsville ISD History Day competition... [Read More]
The Truckee wrestling team continued to rack up more mat time during winter break, competing at Spanish Springs High School, in Reno, on Dec. 29... [Read More]
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]
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]
The Kerr County unit of the Texas Retired Teachers Foundation raised and donated $1,000 to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund. [Read More]
Families and Literacy Inc. will host a new event this spring: Spellabration. [Read More]
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 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]
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]
A federal appeals court ruled that skiing is voluntary, not a necessity, and that the waiver on the back of your lift ticket and your... [Read More]
A participant in Aspen Gay Ski Week's legendary downhill costume competition hams it up for the crowd at the base of Aspen Mountain during a... [Read More]
A 32-year-old Emmet County woman has been charged with second-degree murder and manslaughter in the 2016 death of her infant daughter. [Read More]
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