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Join Cowboy Artist of America Sculptor Jason Scull April 12-14 at the Museum of Western Art for a three-day workshop on sculpting the Western horse and figure.

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Senior Vice-President of Operations Joe Piszczor says for him every day at Peterson Health is different.

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The Hill Country Arts Foundation and its Point Theatre in Ingram announces that “Playground at the Point” will continue in the summer of 2021. All children under age 18 are welcome to be registered as students.

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The wild weather cancelled a full weekend of performances of Playhouse 2000's current play, the fun caper "Villainous Company."  To make up for it, the company has extended the show's run through Sunday, Feb. 28.

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U-Haul is offering 30 days of free self-storage and U-Box container usage to Texas residents across the entire state impacted by the ongoing winter storms and widespread power outages.

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Kerrville’s new Assistant City Attorney William Tatsch says the main part of his work will be representing the city and the State of Texas in Kerrville Municipal Court.

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Playhouse 2000, Kerrville's Community Theater, opened their "Season 2021" with an amusing new "caper" on Friday, and audiences had lots of good things to say on their way out of the VK Garage Theater.

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Vern Ollar’s parents lived in Rock Island, Ill., but since on July 26, 1921, the town had no hospital, so he was born in Moline. “It was called the quad cities, and was on the Mississippi river.”

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The Hill Country Arts Foundation and its Point Theatre in Ingram announces that “Playground at the Point” will continue in the summer of 2021. All children under age 18 are welcome to be registered as students.

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Been out on a date night to see a good movie lately? Or escaped your office or hectic family life to relax in a movie theater with a box of popcorn and a soft drink?

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Amber Burress has had a full schedule over the last three months. She says it started in November, when as the H-E-B Pharmacy manager she oversaw the move from the old store to the new one.

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The USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service in Texas has established a second funding application deadline of Feb. 12, 2021, for the Environmental Quality Incentives Program.

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Despite this year's pandemic, Santa Claus and his helpers from The Hill Country Retired School Employees, a local unit of Texas Retired Teachers Association, took boxes of 574 new children's books to local pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students at Hunt Elementary, Ingram Elementary, Cent…

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The Salvation Army Kroc Center is excited to announce the newest addition the facility ... Fairway to Heaven, a virtual golf experience.  The “True Vista 12 Pro” system offers 99 courses from around the World.  

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A combination of concern from management, caution by artists, and reluctant ticket buyers has led to changes in the calendar of events planned for the Cailloux City Center this spring.

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Brad Barnett’s job as the new president and CEO of the Kerrville Area Chamber of Commerce is to oversee the operation of the chamber so that it is responsive to chamber members, and to the community.

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Families & Literacy, Inc. is currently registering students for their Spring classes which began Jan. 19 for GED preparation and Adult Basic Education, English as a Second Language, and Civics & U.S. Government classes are available. Classes are in the evenings on Tuesdays and Thursd…

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The Kerrville Public Utility Board and the City of Kerrville are accepting applications for appointment to the Kerrville Public Utility Board of Trustees, position number three.

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For the first time in its 74 consecutive years of serving pancakes to the Kerrville area community, the Kerrville Kiwanis Club has postponed this year’s fund-raiser event.  The “all you can eat” supper is normally held in the Tivy High School cafeteria in January or February each year, and h…

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Julie Davis became the president and CEO of the Kerrville Convention & Visitors Bureau on Jan. 16, following the retirement of Charlie McIlvain. She says her goal will be the same, to market and sell Kerrville as a destination to visitors.

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The Board of the Lone Star Cowboy Poetry Gathering has announced its second annual youth poetry contest this year. Youth aged kindergarten to grade 12 are invited to enter. Entries must be postmarked or emailed by Jan. 23, 2021.

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The Kerrville Public Utility Board and the City of Kerrville are accepting applications for appointment to the Kerrville Public Utility Board of Trustees, position number three.

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Timothy Hartranft  is the owner of Hellfire Tactical Training, and instructs new and experienced shooters in pistol and rifle, as well as simulated pistol training.

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The Kerrville Public Utility Board and the City of Kerrville are accepting applications for appointment to the Kerrville Public Utility Board of Trustees, position number three.