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The Salvation Army Kroc Center is seeking lifeguards to work early morning and afternoon shifts supervising swimmers in the lap pool.  No need to worry about the cold or rainy weather, the pool is located under an inflatable dome and the water is heated.      

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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.

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The Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library announced the Friends of the Library bookstore reopened on Wednesday, March 3 from 1-3 p.m. Masks are required. The bookstore is a great place to find a good book with prices ranging from 50 cents to $2.50. Visit the bookstore and help support your library.

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Kerr County Sheriff’s Office narcotics and warrant teams arrested two individuals on drug and weapons charges over a period of a two-day operation between March 30-31.

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The Carden International Circus  announces the “Return of Fun in 2021,” with the “Spectacular Circus” coming to Hill Country Youth Event Center, one day only, Monday, April 26, with two performances.

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Kerrville City Council approved funds at their March 23 regular meeting for added holiday lighting for Tranquility Island; and for renovations and improvements to the Doyle Center; and gave initial information about a “Downtown Revitalization Program” as they laid the groundwork for a “commu…

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Kerr County residents who suffered damages to their properties during the extreme February winter storm may be eligible to receive financial assistance to help them in their repair, rebuild and recovery process.

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The Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library announced the Friends of the Library bookstore reopened on Wednesday, March 3 from 1-3 p.m. Masks are required. The bookstore is a great place to find a good book with prices ranging from 50 cents to $2.50. Visit the bookstore and help support your library.

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Spring is upon us and that means the start of Texas’ amazing spring wildflower season. Late winter annuals and perennials lead the 2021 flora parade along Texas highways and state lands within our diverse ecoregions and vernal landscapes.

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In his second of two reports on Friday, William B. “Dub” Thomas, coordinator of Kerr County Emergency Management, aggregated data from Peterson Health and the Texas Department of State Health Services Region 8. He said that active cases in Kerr County dropped by 1 person and hospitalizations…

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Kerr County vehicle owners are being reminded this week that they need to bring their titles and registrations up to date, since the temporary waiver on such requirements will come to an end at midnight on Wednesday, April 14.

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Texas State Parks have begun a strategic and thoughtful process of expanding capacity statewide, tracking Gov. Greg Abbott’s latest reopening order, and allowing more Texans the opportunity to visit their favorite parks. Masks are strongly encouraged for park visitors, especially when indoor…

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For the first time ever, the Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting “Park & Watch,” a special drive-in movie experience in Kerrville-Schreiner Park, 2385 Bandera Hwy.

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Kerr County issued some more good news on the local COVID-19 front, stating that in Kerrville on Friday there were zero hospitalizations of patients suffering the novel coronavirus to report.

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Kerrville City Council members debated property and utility matters in the March 9 meeting; and presented certificates of appreciation to representatives of more than a dozen agencies and businesses that provided assistance to citizens and the city during the recent winter storm.

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The Salvation Army Kroc Center is seeking lifeguards to work early morning and afternoon shifts supervising swimmers in the lap pool.  No need to worry about the cold or rainy weather, the pool is located under an inflatable dome and the water is heated.      

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Recent snowfall and freezing temperatures affected many fish and wildlife species throughout the state and now Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is asking for the public’s help in reporting any animal mortality events they observe on their property, ranches, or in their neighborhoods throu…

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Using funds obtained from a grant from the Elks National Foundation, the Kerrville Elks Lodge #2081 purchased food items from the local H-E-B store and delivered the items to the Hill Country Veterans Center Food Bank.  

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Kerr County has seen a decline in local COVID-19 cases in the past couple of weeks, and as of Monday, March 1, the number of active cases had fallen yet again.

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The three-item agenda for the Feb. 23 emergency meeting of the Kerr County Commissioners looked short for the intense discussion and comments it included, as county officials talked with electric company officials and the public about results of the ice/snow storm – especially electric power…

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The Kerrville Public Utility Board was quick to take action when they saw the extreme winter weather on the horizon, suspending customer disconnects for non-payment the week before Winter Storm Uri hit and took measures for preparations for the weather events ahead.

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Kerrville City Council received detailed reports from department heads on city response to the recent ice/snow storm; and approved the Police Department’s purchase of Taser devices.

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Schreiner University announces the annual “Novel, TX: Writers of the Texas Hill Country” Lecture Series with featured speaker, award-winning Texas author, W. W. McNeal. McNeal will be reading from his latest novel, Hardeman Lodge. This event is free, and the public is encouraged to participa…