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The Hill Country Arts Foundation has announced the award recipients for the annual juried show, "Altars & Icons," now on display at the Duncan-McAshan Visual... [Read More]
A limited number of seats remain for the Aug. 24 performance by country music star Lorrie Morgan at the Cailloux Theater in Kerrville. Tickets at... [Read More]
The new season of The Cailloux Performances gets underway next month with a visit from the leading Classical Ballet troupe in the Southwest. Ballet San Antonio... [Read More]
Kerrville audiences will have an opportunity to get "up close and personal" with visiting playwright Mark Dunn when he comes to town for the Texas... [Read More]
The Point Theatre's produciton of Neil Simon's "The Odd Couple: Female Version" will continue this weekend on the indoor Elizabeth Huth-Coates Theater. The show is... [Read More]
Within our own constitutional amendments, Freedom of Speech, are the seeds of our own self-destruction. The increasingly popular romance with Socialism in the Democratic part... [Read More]
he city of Kerrville worked on the street last week on Oakland Hills Lane. A workman came to my door and told me their truck... [Read More]
As a resident of Singing Wind, I am prompted to comment upon the reconstruction and resurfacing of the roadway. I believe we are into our... [Read More]
When I moved to Kerrville in February, I immediately got a subscription to this newspaper. Since I have a steep, sloping, driveway, I asked if... [Read More]
The Hill Country Retired School Employees Association will host its second annual exhibition and brunch for local retired teachers on Monday, the first day of... [Read More]
Schreiner University's Changing Global Society office and Campus Recreation, in cooperation with the Kerr County Celtic Festival, will host a Scottish-Celtic Festival at the Robbins-Lewis... [Read More]
Kerrville may soon be on its way to having a solar power plant. On Tuesday, the Kerrville City Council unanimously approved a joint lease agreement... [Read More]
The Kerrville City Council is one step closer to approving the upcoming fiscal year budget. [Read More]
Whether it's working on a puzzle, dancing or simply telling one another stories, participants in the Take 5 Club have learned to rely on one... [Read More]
The first thing to understand about Tony Vela is that he loves working with kids. Almost all his endeavors stem from this passion. [Read More]
You'd never know that there were more than two people to choose from in the 21st Congressional District race, if your only source was The... [Read More]
Families & Literacy Inc. is one of the top 200 finalists in the State Farm Neighborhood Assist grant program. [Read More]
While marching from Comfort to Fredericksburg, Bryan Register said he's never been so popular. [Read More]
Kerr County Commi-ssioners recently made plans for the upcoming midterm general elections, slated for Tuesday, Nov. 6. [Read More]
With the next school year approaching, Kerrville Independent School District officials want to make sure they are doing all they can to prepare staff and... [Read More]
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