By Bonnie Arnold at the Hill Country Community Journal, October 16, 2020 When a local senior citizen wished for a hot air balloon ride for her 99th birthday and got her celebratory ride in late August, it was one more indication of the spirit of the Kerrville resident at “little Brookdale.” Also, “The Door Closed […]
Blair Rudy, of Blanco County is on a mission to help folks, especially youngsters, understand its importance.
A state historical review panel voted overwhelmingly Tuesday against relocating a monument to the 200 Alamo defenders killed by the Mexican army in 1836.
An overview of the nation’s five military service academies and how best to seek admission was the topic of a dinner program last week for the Military Order of the World Wars, Hill Country Chapter.
By Uvalde Leader-News staff, September 14, 2020 The Uvalde de las Encinas chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution has planned nine meetings for the 2020-21 activity year. As members plan to celebrate Constitution Week beginning Sept. 17, they will also be looking forward to a Constitution Week presentation by […]
By Tim Kirkpatrick at We Are The Mighty, September 8, 2020 The Navy dress uniform — also known as “cracker jacks” — is one of the most iconic symbols in the military today. You can spot a Navy sailor from a mile away after they don the familiar dressing. Every piece of the uniform from […]
Charles Webb Abbitt was born May 25, 1920 in the pre-Civil War ancestral home on Gravel Knoll Farm near the Appomattox Surrender Grounds. “Big Dad” passed on to be with our Lord August 28, 2020. He graduated at age 16 from Appomattox Agriculture High School as Salutatorian and Class Prophet. He also learned to play mandolin and […]
Senate Democrats want the symbols taken down, but Patrick said that the party is not committed to a “sincere” or “serious conversation” about the future of the monuments.
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