Texas Governor Greg Abbott had issued an executive order a week ago on Oct. 7 that paved the way for bars and similar establishments throughout the state in low hospitalization areas to be opened to 50 percent capacity starting Oct. 14 at the discretionary authority of county officials.
By Sheriff Daniel R. Butts at the Bandera County Sheriff’s Office, October 14, 2020 On Wednesday, October 14, 2020, the Bandera Sheriff’s Office, was notified of a fox that tested positive for the rabies virus. The incident took place in the 200 block of Green Valley Dr., located in Pipe Creek, TX. Area residents are […]
By Tracy Thayer for the Bandera Bulletin, October 14, 2020 Nothing says “fall has arrived” like a visit to The Great Hill Country Pumpkin Patch in Medina or the Pipe Creek Pumpkin Patch in Pipe Creek. The Great Hill Country celebration opened on Saturday, Oct. 10, to eager kids, parents, and grandparents streaming in from […]
By Darla Guillen Gilthorpe at Chron, October 9, 2020 Bandera, Texas: just call it the dude-ranch capital of the state. And for that matter, of the nation. Nestled into the Edwards Plateau, this small central Texas town may have a tiny population, but it regularly welcomes numerous tourists for its wealth of cozy, countrified resorts. […]
A 22-year-old Bandera man who led police on a vehicle chase last year has been convicted of evading arrest and multiple counts of dealing methamphetamine in Kerr and Bandera counties.
By Bandera Bulletin staff, October 5, 2020 Medina Homeschoolers members share a light moment during their meeting at the Medina Community Library on Thursday, Sept. 24. The group was put together to provide support for families who are homeschooling their children in the Medina area, a number which was expected to grow this year, said […]
By the Bandera Bulletin staff, September 30, 2020 The Bandera County Republican Women said it was honored to have Wayne and Marcy Voss as guest speakers for its next meeting, on Thursday, Oct. 1. They will present a program on the Gold Star Mothers and families. The Vosses, of Boerne, became involved with the Gold […]
The first Bandera High School students were accepted into the Navy National Defense Cadet Corps, or NNDCC, program in August, a news release about the program said.
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