The City of Kerrville will hold an election May 1 to fill two council seats; and early voting begins Monday, April 19.
The International Economic Development Council in February appointed Theresa Metcalf, of Kerrville, to the Membership Development Advisory Committee where she will be tasked with providing input and strategy of recruitment of economic development professionals.
GEORGETOWN — At the Class 4A area track and field meet pitting Districts 25-5A against 26-5A Wednesday, two Tivy Antlers moved on to regional competition based on their performances.
In celebration of 20 years of impact, H-E-B Excellence in Education will be giving away $100,000 to randomly selected public school teachers, principals, school districts and early childhood education centers across Texas.
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Well, we did it again. On Monday, April 12, we provided 143 second-round vaccines for our Meals on Wheels clients, their caregivers and other seniors. Special thanks goes to 21 Texas Army National Guard team members that helped to facilitate that accomplishment.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department are asking citizen scientists to help monitor black-capped vireos from April 10 to July 1 at Inks Lake State Park and Lost Maples State Natural Area in Texas.
To the Kerrville/Kerr County Community:
The last three and a half years I have had the privilege of overseeing care for my father-in-law, John Rambie. He was a great man and unfortunately, he recently passed away. Walking with people in the last days of their journey on earth is challenging at times, and yet so rewarding.
Have you ever felt like you have been through a whirlwind – and survived it?
The Texas Medical Association’s School Reopening Workgroup and the Texas Pediatric Society (TPS) are calling on Texans to remain vigilant and maintain proven preventive measures against COVID-19 as schools reopen, primarily urging school leadership to keep universal masking policies in place.