Joining several other U.S. senators, Cruz is calling for an emergency audit of election results in “disputed states,” despite no evidence of widespread election fraud.
Kerr County’s first baby of the year was born shortly after midnight on Jan. 1 at Peterson Regional Medical Center to Maria Perez and Victor Hernandez.
By Hill Country Community Journal News Staff, Jan. 1, 2021 Larry Leitha officially became the new Kerr County Sheriff after being sworn in by Judge Rex Emerson earlier this morning as part of the annual ceremony held at the Hill Country Youth Event Center. After taking his oath of office, with his children Larry, Jr. […]
Gillespie County among many other counties' bars will have to close and businesses now operating at 75% were ordered to scale back to 50% capacity beginning at 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, County Judge Mark Stroeher announced after an order by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.
A double dose of upper level storm systems will track across Texas and the Hill Country through Thursday.
Texas is close to finalizing a years-long effort to wrangle control of coal ash pollution from the EPA, a move that could, for a time, keep coal companies insulated from tougher rules expected from the next administration.
Republicans will control the process, but a legal and political fight is sure to commence over who is empowered and whose voice is diluted.
Uvalde County elected officials will be sworn into office in ceremonies to be held at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 1, 2021, on the east side steps of the Uvalde County Courthouse.
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