Parents and guardians of school-age children up to age 18 will be glad to know that starting Monday, Oct. 19, Kerrville ISD Child Nutrition is providing free meals to all students through the end of December.
Kerr County Commissioners held a delayed regular meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 13, followed Oct. 19 with a “Special Meeting.”
By Tammy Prout at the Hill Country Community Journal, October 21, 2020 Kerrville Police Department officers have announced arrests in the death of 2-year-old Gideon Barideaux, whose death was ruled a homicide. On Tuesday, October 20, 2020, Jennifer Denise Barideaux, 34, the mother of Gideon Barideaux, and her boyfriend, Tadeo Raymond Garces Jr., 37, were arrested […]
The Kerrville City Council will consider Tuesday during a special meeting providing homebuilder Lennar 33 acres of city-owned property to approximately 125 affordable homes along Texas Loop 534.
By Bonnie Arnold at the Hill Country Community Journal, October 16, 2020 When a local senior citizen wished for a hot air balloon ride for her 99th birthday and got her celebratory ride in late August, it was one more indication of the spirit of the Kerrville resident at “little Brookdale.” Also, “The Door Closed […]
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.
Bexar County hazmat teams, representing multiple fire departments, responded to a home on Cave Springs Drive in Hunt after a chlorine leak was reported Tuesday morning.
Through the first eight months of the year, Kerrville residents donated money through the two primary sources of Democrat and Republican conduits for contributions — Act Blue and Win Red.
The Hill Country Post Community Store is now open! 🛍️ Dismiss