Community Health Development Inc. has received a $46,479 grant from the Community Foundation of the Texas Hill Country’s pandemic response fund, “Hill Country Strong.”
Kayte Graham, who runs the market, has been keeping the popular market alive through curbside pickup service at Pint and Plow during the coronavirus pandemic, but earlier this week, she happily announced that the open-air market would return on Oct. 2 at the Schreiner Mansion on Water Street, near the Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library.
Both of Texas' Republican U.S. senators have indicated they support moving forward with the Supreme Court confirmation process less than two months before the election.
Blair Rudy, of Blanco County is on a mission to help folks, especially youngsters, understand its importance.
Native American tribe members say mistrust of the government and a history of erasure of indigenous people contribute to a lack of voter participation.
By Julye Keeble at the Uvalde Leader-News, September 24, 2020 Dr. Jared Reading added three more deaths on Tuesday to the COVID-19 statistics maintained on the Uvalde Health Authority website, but two of the three deaths are not recent. The third death was of a 44-year-old Uvalde County woman with multiple co-morbidities who became ill […]
Greg and Nikhila Narra Davis debut new Kalasi Cellars tasting room.
The first Bandera High School students were accepted into the Navy National Defense Cadet Corps, or NNDCC, program in August, a news release about the program said.
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