By Hill Country Community Journal News Staff, Feb. 4, 2021 Kerrville Police Department (KPD) officers were able to stop a counterfeit operation that spanned three counties and ultimately was able to take two suspects into custody, while charges are being filed against a third suspect. KPD Public Information Officer Jonathan Lamb the case began with
Boerne Independent School District trustees approved a $291,000 purchase for 19 acres in the prestigious Springs of Cordillera Ranch neighborhood, where they are considering building an elementary school.
Other Kerrville-area residents accused of felony drug crimes
By Cite of Boerne News Flash, November 18, 2020 Boerne Utilities created a Storm Water Utility last year to provide funding for the installation, operation, and maintenance of drainage infrastructure at various locations in the City. A Storm Water Utility is a user-fee-based funding program to maintain and expand the City’s drainage management activities and
One Texas man working in Los Angeles didn’t get his absentee ballot in the mail this year, so he decided to vote in person.
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.
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 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
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