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.
By Sean Batura at Kerrville Daily Times, September 16, 2020 County officials opted to discontinue recycling services beginning next month, saying they’ll save as much as $30,000 a year by doing so. This unanimous decision by the Kerr County Commissioners Court followed discussion in which county staff presented photos indicating people have been dumping trash
Faced with a low number of confirmed COVID-19 infections and large-scale, public disregard for the governor’s face-covering order, County Judge Rob Kelly asked the governor’s office to exempt Kerr County from the order.
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