By Bonnie Arnold at Hill Country Community Journal, August 19, 2020 The City of Kerrville and economic development partners announced Aug.13 in a major press conference downtown that Killdeer Mountain Manufacturing, based in North Dakota, is expanding its manufacture of electronic components for military and aerospace industries to Kerr County. Founders and majority shareholders Don […]
By Kerrville Daily Times Staff, August 19, 2020 For the first time in several weeks, no one in Kerr County is hospitalized with coronavirus at Peterson Regional Medical Center. On top of that news, Peterson Health announced there was just one new case of the virus reported on Tuesday. For nearly a month, Peterson has […]
James H. (Jim) Hiler, 92, investment and real estate broker, former cattleman and banker of Pearsall passed away Sunday, August 16, 2020 at his home in Bryan, Texas. He was a devoted husband and father and took great pride in his family. James was born at the Frio Town ranch home of his parents, Lee […]
In announcing their legislative plans, the state's three top elected leaders fiercely criticized Austin officials, who cut one-third of their police department's budget last week.
Senate Democrats want the symbols taken down, but Patrick said that the party is not committed to a “sincere” or “serious conversation” about the future of the monuments.
By Hill Country Community Journal, August 17, 2020 The Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department announced that the operating season at the Olympic Pool will be extended to Saturday, Aug. 22. It was originally scheduled to close Aug. 14. “With the delay of the school start date, we wanted to be able to provide our community […]
By Hill Country Community Journal, August 16, 2020 The Kerrville Police Department announced Friday afternoon that a homicide investigation has been launched into the death of 2-year-old Gideon Barideaux. According to Lt. Mary Krebs, KPD officers were dispatched to a residence located in the 3300 of Legion Dr on Aug. 5 at 8:55 p.m. at […]
By Julye Keeble at Uvalde-Leader News, August 16, 2020 Victoria Dühring has resigned as executive director of the Uvalde Area Chamber of Commerce after 3.5 years, and chamber directors are seeking applicants for the position. Those interested in applying may see the job listing and requirements on Indeed.com at tinyurl.com/y6gn3uv3. Dühring began her employment with the chamber on […]
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