Those lucky enough to be near another provider with shots available are relying on neighborly generosity — encouraged but not mandated by the state — to innoculate front-line workers while they wait.
By Kathleen Calame at the Devine News , Jan. 6, 2021 A local rancher in the Bigfoot/ Kyote area said he and local authorities are looking for the person(s) responsible for cutting a high fence and luring over 30 big whitetail deer, to include does and trophy bucks. Robert Flores is offering a $5,000 reward for […]
Hours after pro-Trump protesters swarmed the U.S. Capitol, the House and Senate returned to resume certification of the Electoral College votes for president.
Bandera City Council voted 3-2 Monday night to rescind Ordinance No. 377, which was enacted last July. The vote was held during a special meeting following state-mandated closures of bars throughout the county on Dec. 29.
Thousands of asylum-seekers are stuck in shelters and camps in Mexico, waiting for their day in U.S. immigration court. They’re hoping that a new year and a new administration will bring an end to their ordeal.
The Texas Wounded Warrior Foundation hosted their Eighth Annual golf tournament at Escondido Golf & Lake Club in Horseshoe Bay recently.
A string of explosions involving little-regulated petroleum and chemical storage tanks have lawmakers and regulators talking about new rules as the Legislature prepares to convene this month.
Contracts totaling $388 million have been awarded to Cambium Assessment and Pearson, a longtime player in testing Texas public school students, to develop and administer STAAR for the next four years.
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