The Kerrville Public Utility Board is celebrating the “Public Power Month of Giving”—a monthlong event in which not-for-profit, community-owned electric utilities engage in volunteer activities in their communities. The event was established by the American Public Power Association.
Four Kerr 4-H Robotics teams competed at a state Agrobotics contest on May 14-15. It was the first virtual contest and only contest of the year, hosted by Grayson County 4-H.
SAN ANTONIO — Tivy’s doubles tandem of Lexi Harrel and Shayna Meek had their stellar season run finally stopped in the semifinals of the UIL Class 5A state tennis tournament Thursday when they dropped a second round match to Dallas Highland Park in straight sets 7-5, 6-3.
Arts & Entertainment
To the editor:
I was flipping through my favorite outdoor catalogue the other evening, and noticed a picture in the camping section that gave me pause. The photo showcased the latest and greatest tent that had been pitched by a family. The tent wasn’t what caught my eye, but rather the models settled comfo…
I live in Leakey. If you don’t know where that is, good. We Leakey-locals kind of like being off the grid. Therefore, I don’t get many opportunities to experience the civilized world. I do see cool commercials on my satellite TV for nice restaurants, and unique attractions, but I’m not going…
by Dr. Charlie McCormick
It was one of those life-defining moments - the ones that you remember vividly your whole life. There I sat, about halfway up the face of Mt. Longido in Tanzania, East Africa. Heck, I’d only been in country for about 6 hours. But, even after a full day’s flight, and a couple more hours to dr…