The DPS has launched the “Keep ’Em Safe Texas” campaign to prevent accidents, protect kids and keep guns out of the hands of criminals.
Full reform of the state funding system for special education is necessary, but given the current “financial and societal climate” alternatives to that overall goal may be necessary.
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.
As more students return to classrooms, school districts need teachers to show up as well. But many are reluctant, arguing that not enough is being done to keep faculty and students safe.
By Juyle Keeble at Uvalde Leader-News, October 11, 2020 Early voting for the Nov. 3 general election, in which the new Uvalde County Sheriff and other local candidates, as well as the president of the United States, will be elected starts Tuesday. Monday is a federal holiday, Columbus Day. Early voting will be conducted from […]
By Darla Guillen Gilthorpe at Chron, October 9, 2020 Bandera, Texas: just call it the dude-ranch capital of the state. And for that matter, of the nation. Nestled into the Edwards Plateau, this small central Texas town may have a tiny population, but it regularly welcomes numerous tourists for its wealth of cozy, countrified resorts. […]
The 2-1 decision from the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals comes as $3.6 billion was slated for construction of about a dozen projects, including two projects in the Laredo and El Paso areas.
By Danielle Moody at NEWS4SA, October 9, 2020 KERRVILLE, Texas- Kerr County Animal Services have reported a rabies positive case in a bat. On Wednesday, officials confirmed the bat was positive after it had been summitted earlier in the week for testing. A resident on Harper Road in Kerrville found the bat on their porch […]
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