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The Low Vision Resource Group Meeting will be held on Thursday Dec. 3. A box lunch will be served starting at 1 p.m. Doors will open at noon at the American Legion Hall, 724 S. Washington St. in Fredericksburg. You must sign up in advance for a box lunch. You can call Rita at (830) 997-2029 …

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International gospel music star Sandi Patty will kick off the Christmas holiday season this weekend with two socially distanced performances in The Cailloux Theater. The special events continue in December with symphonic music and a stage adaption of a literary classic.

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Brenda Hughes, the new councilperson for Place 4, says as many times as people asked her, she never felt like running before this year.

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While some may think it is still a little early to unpack the holiday decorations, the Salvation Army has been hard at work, planning Christmas programs for several months. Now, as the red kettles are appearing outside stores, and Angel Trees are being set up, volunteers are needed to help e…

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Kerrville’s Superintendent of Water Production Grant Terry says, “The drip stops here.” He’s in charge of everything to do with the city’s drinking water.

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The Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library announced that it has joined OverDrive’s Lonestar Consortium for ebooks/audiobooks. The consortium is comprised of more than 30 libraries in central Texas, and their entire collection is now available to library patrons. To browse the collection, please v…

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The Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department celebrates Texas State Arbor Day by thanking the Kerrville Craft Brewers for donating nearly 20 trees - Cedar Elms and Monterrey Oaks - to the city’s park system. The Kerrville Craft Brewers, a partnership between Pint & Plow Brewing Co. and …

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As director of the Community Services Division of BCFS Health and Human Services in Kerrville, Kamaria Woods says she oversees a variety of programs designed to help young adults live productive lives.

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Ultimate Gift of Life Executive Director Kristy Vandenberg is once again combining her love for the holidays with her passion for raising awareness about the importance of organ donation to create “Trees of Hope,” a fundraiser for her nonprofit.

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The holidays are an important time of year to spend with family and friends. Unfortunately, the challenges of this year can also be difficult for those who are unable to see loved ones during these trying times and for some, the cost to host or purchase a meal can be unaffordable.

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Hill Country Chapter of Safari Club International Past President Jackie Dukes says the organization’s main focus is promoting conservation.

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The Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to invite the community to participate in our Scarecrow and Skeletons Showdown, Halloween Decorating Contest. Whether it’s in your yard or at your business, we would love to see what kind of spooky and fun Halloween decorations our com…

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Dr. Don Frazier says the population of Texas will double in the next 30 years.

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Kerrville's Kathleen C. Cailloux City Center for the Performing Arts is looking ahead to welcoming visitors again for the Holiday season. At least three events are planned in the center's two theaters between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

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Greg Marquardt says he started at Tivy High School, 26 years ago, teaching history and two levels of German, but his German program has expanded to where he teaches six sections of German. He says a lot of his students take German because of the challenge.

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Art2Heart’s fundraiser “Magic in Motown” that was scheduled last week as an in-person show/event was cancelled for 2020, and the fundraising project has been changed to a virtual event on the organization’s website.

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Art2Heart’s fundraiser “Magic in Motown” that was scheduled last week as an in-person show/event was cancelled for 2020, and the fundraising project has been changed to a virtual event on the organization’s website.

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Kathleen Maxwell-Rambie is leading a new six-week session of “The Gathering – Bringing God into everyday life,” which began Thursday, Oct. 8, at the Kroc Center; and the public is invited to register and attend the free Thursday meetings.

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The Public Works Solid Waste Division is reminding city residents that Republic Services has begun collecting bulky items. Please be aware that collection crews will only pass through a street once.

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Carissa Warren, a Tally Elementary second-grade teacher, says being named the 2020 KISD Teacher of the Year was a bit of a mixed blessing.