The economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic have created instability for many. Looking for ways to give back? Consider these socially distant volunteer ideas
After an extensive search and interview process, the City of Kerrville is pleased to announce that Chris McCall has been named the city’s new police chief.
There has been a lot of activity at the construction site for the new Uvalde Memorial Hospital since July, when the final steel beam of the building’s frame was set into place.
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.
Republicans say they have built a major advantage by resuming door-knocking more quickly and aggressively amid the coronavirus pandemic, while Democrats say they are being the more responsible party while reaching voters in other ways.
The Trump administration ended Temporary Protective Status for immigrants from several countries, and the decision is now before the courts. Tens of thousands of TPS recipients live in Texas.
There has been COVID-19 positivity affecting two area school districts this week, including Utopia and Uvalde, with each district enacting different containment protocols.
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.
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