Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick doubled down on his inflammatory comments from last March about letting seniors die so the COVID-19 lockdowns could end and everyone could get back to work.
By Melissa Federspill at the Uvalde Leader-News, October 19, 2020 Every other Saturday morning, locals with a fondness for fresh, farm-to-table goods can make their way over to 310 Pearsall Road to visit the Cottle Farmstead market, where there’s a bounty of organic produce and fresh-baked goods on display. Cottle Farmstead is the made-with-love project […]
By Danielle Moody at NEWS4SA, October 9, 2020 KERRVILLE, Texas- Kerr County Animal Services have reported a rabies positive case in a bat. On Wednesday, officials confirmed the bat was positive after it had been summitted earlier in the week for testing. A resident on Harper Road in Kerrville found the bat on their porch […]
While Denton County is moving forward, Dallas and Harris counties officials almost immediately declined the offer to allow bars to reopen. Many others are taking a wait-and-see approach.
Halfway through the semester, schools are reporting participation rates far below their goals, prompting at least one school to go so far as to offer prizes to students who volunteer to get a coronavirus test.
The president’s physician wrote that Trump and his wife “are both well at this time, and they plan to remain at home within the White House during their convalescence.”
Members of the Uvalde Police Department will be sporting pink police badges throughout the month of October to offer encouragement to cancer patients, and in particular to those diagnosed with breast cancer.
Two new trials in the Houston area are recruiting participants to study whether giving people infusions of blood from recovered COVID-19 patients can help treat early-stage infections or even prevent people from catching the disease.
The Hill Country Post Community Store is now open! 🛍️ Dismiss