A joint cooperation effort between the Bandera County Sheriff’s Office, Kerrville Police Department and Kerr County Sheriff’s office resulted in the arrest of a suspect wanted in the shooting death of a 22-year-old Bandera man early Monday morning.
The winning project for Bandera Middle School’s Student Spaceflight Experiment Project was recognized on Tuesday, January 19, at the Bandera Middle School Cafeteria.
A coordinated effort led by Turtle Creek Volunteer Fire Department spared nearby residences and structures while a brush fire, fueled by high winds and dry conditions, scorched 200 acres of land in the 100 and 400 blocks of Fall Creek Road Thursday afternoon.
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.
Bandera Independent School District Board of Trustees met at Bandera Middle School on Monday, December 14 to name students and staff of the month, present the state-placing running teams and
The Bandera Business Association is once again hosting the Cowboy Capital Christmas in Bandera this Friday, Dec. 4 but not on Dec. 5.
Bandera has an eclectic side which was on display last weekend at Zoka Jo’s River Front Winter Market.
As part of Wreaths Across America, the non-profit organization dedicated to the memory of fallen heroes, there will be a wreath-laying ceremony on Dec. 19 at cemeteries in Utopia and Vanderpool.
Make a pit stop at our Hill Country Community Shop 🛍️ Dismiss