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An art exhibition featuring “Birds of the Texas Hill Country” by two well-known Texas artists, Bridget Langdale and Julian Teal, opens on July 1 at the Riverside Nature Center.

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The new incoming officers and board members for the Kerrville Host Lions Club were recently installed during an awards ceremony and dinner at the YO Ranch Resort Hotel. Outgoing president Benjamin Gardner presided over the ceremony and announced special awards to deserving members. Lion Don …

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Joe Davis says he came up with the nickname "Old School" for Coach Brian Young, who ran the Kerrville Independent School District roundball program for 29 years before retiring. Now Davis is stepping into Young's shoes as the head boys basketball coach.

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An art exhibition featuring “Birds of the Texas Hill Country” by two well-known Texas artists, Bridget Langdale and Julian Teal, opens on July 1 at the Riverside Nature Center.

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Gene Zesch refers to himself as the “definitive sculptor of Texas ranching life,” although many consider this talented 88-year-old to be the nation’s premiere cowboy woodcarving caricaturist.

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The Salvation Army needs your help, Kerr County. As schools plan for reopening and families plan to send their children back in the Fall, the Salvation Army is asking for help from the community to make the return to school a great success for those families in need. For some, this time is m…

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Mark Armstrong says during his three terms of three years each on the Peterson Medical Center Board of Directors, his grandson, Aydan, grew from a kid Armstrong took fishing to a six-foot tall Bastrop High School student. But as of the July meeting, under the board's rules, Armstrong has "ti…

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With unique provisions to help the audience maintain healthy distancing, Playhouse 2000's annual "Shakespeare in the Park" presentation is still on the schedule for Friday and Saturday, July 3-4. Performances of "King Lear" begin at 7:30 p.m. each night.

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The weather outside has been hot, and what better way to battle the heat than a nice swim? The Olympic Pool, 601 Olympic Dr., is open this summer every Tuesday through Sunday from 12-6 p.m. until Aug. 14. The Olympic Pool offers a variety of fun things to do during your summer break. Admissi…

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Hill Country audiences will have their first opportunity in many weeks to enjoy live music onstage at the Cailloux Theater on July 18 when Texas Swing master Bobby Flores brings his Yellow Rose Band to Kerrville.

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Want something for your kids to do while you work out? Operation P.L.A.Y. is back, promoting lifetime activity for youth. Your kids, 7-12 years old, will join our certified fitness staff for fun yet energetic workouts to help them stay healthy. Workouts include active games, wild challenges …

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Want to learn how to play an instrument? Registration is currently underway for the Salvation Army’s Summer Kroc School of Music. This eight-week program, starting June 15, will offer group lessons available in guitar and drums.

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Schreiner University student Annessa Hernandez is a senior music education major and wrote the film score for a short film entitled "Rest Stop." "Rest Stop" is a short story by the American writer Stephen King, originally published in the Dec. 2003 issue of Esquire and collected in King's 20…

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In light of recent events regarding the coronavirus disease COVID-19, Hill Country Charity Ball Association, Inc. will host its 34th annual ball, “A Night in Rio: a Brazilian Carnaval” on Saturday, Aug. 22, at 6 p.m. in the Hill Country Youth Event Center.

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Each year The University of Texas at Austin Alumni Association, known as Texas Exes, awards academic scholarships to area seniors attending high school in Kerr County and entering UT Austin in the fall.

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Research Entomologist Dr. Allan Showler says he conducts research on ectoparasites for the Agricultural Research Service, which is the principal in-house research agency of the United States Department of Agriculture. Ectoparasites are those which live outside of the animals they affect, on …

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The City of Kerrville would like to congratulate all of the Our Lady of the Hills (OLH) graduates for 2020. As you go through Downtown Kerrville and Louise Hays Park, you will notice banners on the lampposts to help congratulate area seniors graduating this year. If you are an OLH graduate, …

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Upper Guadalupe River Authority General Manager Ray Buck says he manages an amazing staff of half-a-dozen people, including Assistant GM Tammy Thompson, Natural Resources Coordinator Tara Bushnoe, Natural Resources Specialist Travis Linscomb, Environmental Laboratory Manager Nicole Shepherd,…

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Area citizens who are fans of the “Kerrville Farmers’ Market Downtown” and visited it at the A.C. Schreiner house on Water Street on Friday afternoons will be glad to know it’s still available but in a different “format.”