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Peterson Health is “on the grow” and preparing for “Today. Tomorrow. Always,”  President/CEO Cory Edmondson announced Monday morning at a press conference detailing planned expansion of the facilities and the launch of a new capital campaign.

County Commissioners denied on a split vote using a paid consultant for dealing with quarry operators here, but approved Amateur Radio Club use of county property.

Lauren Jette says that, as the Kerrville Independent School District’s public relations specialist, she “handles district communications,” making sure students’ parents and the larger community are up to speed on what’s happening inside KISD.




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My “pat” answer when people ask why I left a career in teaching eighth graders is that I wanted a change of scenery. Actually, the truth is that my doctor advised me to find a less stressful environment.  Most middle school teachers suffer from some sort of post-traumatic stress. 

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We love it when May gets here! The beautiful flowers start popping out that the April showers helped out with, Mother’s Day celebrations, graduations, and it’s time to get ready for summer. But, the main reason we love May is that it is “Older Americans Month.”

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We are busy here at the center this week.  With the help of our Kerr County Emergency Management Coordinator, Dub Thomas, the Texas Department of Emergency Management, Air and Army National Guard Services, we began our second and last series of COVID vaccinations for our Meals on Wheels clie…