The Texas Pecan Growers Association would like to assist Texans in finding farm-fresh pecans this season by providing a Trail Map identifying many specialty retail stores selling pecans.
Gov. Greg Abbott has yet to formally announce a definitive plan for reopening Texas schools safely, but two actions Tuesday effectively force districts to have students back in classrooms within eight weeks of the school year's start.
By Kerrville Daily Times Staff, July 29, 2020 The 2020 Kerrville Triathlon Festival that had been scheduled for late September has been canceled. “Unfortunately, we have been forced to cancel the 2020 Kerrville Tri as a result of mandates by local/state governments and the recommended CDC guidelines,” states a blog post at https://kerrvilletri.com/. “And, unfortunately, postponement is not
By Jonathan Toye at Kerrville Daily Times, July 24, 2020 Inside her office in the Salvation Army Kroc Center on Thursday, Capt. Beth Swyers asked the Kerr County community for help. The Salvation Army recently launched its annual back-to-school drive, which helps collect school supplies for disadvantaged children. During previous years, A Kerr County resident
Without money to pay rent, facing pressures from landlords and afraid of courts, people without legal immigration status have limited options.
Photo By Bill & Yolanda Carson By Louis Amestoy at Kerrville Daily Times, July 21, 2020 Bill and Yolanda Carson were headed into Kerrville on Saturday afternoon to run some errands, but they will never forget what they saw as they made their way north on Texas 16. From the moment they turned left onto
Senior Citizens Center in Leakey, Texas September 14, 2019 Meeting Minutes The Real County Historical Commission held its regularly scheduled meeting September 14, 2019 at the Senior Citizens Center in Leaky, Texas. The meeting was called to order at 2:00 p.m. by President Carol Ann Kolb. Scott Kolb offered an invocation, and everyone followed in
Meeting at the Senior Center, Leakey, Texas On November 16 at 2:00 p.m. Guest Speakers Doug Howerton and John Harberer Doug Howerton, Wimberly, TX and John Harberer, San Antonio, TX are avocational students of archaeology for over 50 years. They will present, “An Overview of Hill Country Archaeology.” Please mark your calendar and save this
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