Approximately 124 households in the northwest side of Ingram will soon be connected to wastewater lines. Construction is expected to begin as early as October 2020 in the area along Junction Highway that lies between Moore Street on the west and Josephine Street on the east.
Bandera Electric Cooperative has temporarily suspended disconnections and waived late fees to support its members who have been financially impacted by the coronavirus COVID-19 health event. This decision is meant to provide temporary relief to members during these challenging times.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott recently directed the Texas Department of State Health Services to issue guidance allowing restaurants to sell bulk retail products from the restaurants’ supply chain distributors directly to consumers.
The Texas Board of Legal Specialization welcomed 239 attorneys and 29 paralegals to its Board Certification program at its annual Induction Ceremony Friday, March 6 at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center in Austin.
The March meeting of the Hill Country Chapter began with Compatriot Mike Andrus giving a five minute vingette on his patriot ancestor Lt. Col Stephen Moore.
The Kerr County Soil & Water Conservation District will hold its 2020 Spring Fish Sale on May 15 at the Kerr County SWCD parking lot, and the staff is taking orders now for the type and quantity of live fish customers may want for their lakes and ponds.
The Hill Country Archeological Association invites the public to attend a program on Saturday, March 21, by Jenny McWilliams titled “Locating Lost Cemeteries of the Hill Country.”
The Republican Women of Kerr County will host its March meeting on March 20 in the Blue Bonnet Room, Inn of the Hills in Kerrville, Texas beginning at 11:30 a.m.
Ingram Tom Moore High School junior Walker Ragsdale recently participated in the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards conference in New Braunfels. The Rotary Club of Kerrville-Morning (Morning Rotary) underwrote the expenses for Walker to attend the leadership training.
The Kerrville Low Vision Club sponsored by the San Antonio Lighthouse for the Blind will meet at the Dietert Center on Tuesday, March 10 from 10-11:30 a.m.
Now in its seventh year, H-E-B “Primo Picks Quest for Texas Best” has expanded its search for the finest foods and beverages in the Lone Star State to now include non-food items.
Peterson Health continues to work hand in hand with valued community partners to include the City of Kerrville, Kerr County, local law enforcement, EMS, and local school districts to monitor the activity and spread of the coronavirus.
Toni Manchester, broker/owner of Century 21-The Hills Realty, recently announced that in recognition of its outstanding sales production and commitment to quality service, Century 21 Real Estate, LLC recently honored Century 21-The Hills Realty with the 2019 Century 21 President's Award.
Three Schreiner University Honors Society students Matthew Walton, Katie Buerk and Sofia Lopez - who are also 2019-20 Dean Scholars - presented their Dean’s Scholars Research initiative Saturday at the 2020 Southwest Fulbright Research Symposium in San Antonio.
The South Texas Blood & Tissue Center in San Antonio provided this notice of upcoming stop in Kerrville for their blood donation sites and times. All qualified area donors are encouraged to “give the gift of life.”
On the lengthy Democratic and Republican ballots for the March 3 primary election, the actual election races and candidates take up the first and part of the second pages.
Caleb Clayton, of Kerrville, was one of more than 300 University of Dallas undergraduate students named to the fall 2019 Honor Roll for earning a semester GPA of 3.0-3.49.
Dr. Jeanette Cockcroft of the Schreiner History Department spoke to the Hill Country Chapter of the SAR concerning the many myths that grew up around Washington during and after the Revolutionary War.
The Joshua D. Brown Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas has announced the speakers for the February meeting will be Jim and Carol Westermeier, of Boerne, who will present “Planning a Heritage Trip to an Ancestor’s Homeland.”
On Friday, Feb. 21, from 1:30-3:30 p.m. at Dietert Center, seven adults and four children with severe visual impairment from the Texas Hill Country will receive donated Onyx Electronic Video Magnifiers and other assistive technology from Sight Savers America, a nationally expanding nonprofit…
Tara Schultz, a member of the Tivy High School Choir, will perform with the Texas All-State Treble Choir in San Antonio, Saturday, Feb. 15, 2020 at the Henry B. González Convention Center as part of the 2020 Texas Music Educators Association Clinic/Convention.
The City of Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department announces that registration for 2020 summer activities opened Feb. 1. Activities include: Group Swim Lessons, Private and Semi-Private Swim Lessons, Junior Lifeguard Camp, Kids Triathlon, and the Skateboard Competition.
The Hill Country Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution, opened their January meeting with the presentation of a Flag Certificate to Kerrville VA Representative Lance Maley for the proper display of the American Flag at the Kerrville VA Hospital.
The South Texas Veterans Health Care System invites Kerrville-area residents to their annual “Salute to Women Veterans” on Saturday, Feb. 8.
Schreiner University welcomes Dr. Joshua Hren, from Belmont Abbey College, for the annual Margaret Syers Lecture series. He will be giving a lecture titled "Middle- earth and Just-Mercy: Tol-kien's Ethics" at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 10, in Schreiner University’s Junkin Campus Ministry Buil…
The Low Vision Resource Group Meeting will be held on Thursday Feb. 6, from 2-3:30 p.m. at the American Legion Hall, 724 S. Washington St. (Hwy 87 S) in Fredericksburg. The doors will be opened at 1 p.m.
On Thursday, Jan. 23, Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush announced that Texas veterans and military members are now eligible for low-interest home loans up to $510,400. The new loan limit took effect on Friday, Jan. 24 for all applications received on or after that date.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture will host a “Single Family Housing Workshop” on Thursday, Jan. 30 at 1 p.m. in the conference room of the Wells Fargo builidng at 301 Junction Hwy.
Hill Country Master Gardener Jackie Skinner has been recognized as the 2019 “Volunteer of the Year” for her exceptional work with the service organization.
Harbor Freight Tools, America’s leading retailer of quality tools at the lowest prices, will celebrate the grand opening of its new store in Kerrville on Saturday, Feb. 1.
Peterson Health will be offering the American Lung Association’s “Freedom from Smoking” program, a seven-week, eight-course smoking cessation class for adults.
Kathleen Maxwell-Rambie will be leading a new nine-week session of “The Gathering – Bringing God into everyday life” starting Tuesday, Jan. 28, at the Kroc Center -Chapel; and the public is invited to register and attend the free Tuesday meetings.
“The Gathering,” hosted by local columnist Kathleen Maxwell-Rambie and her team, will begin its spring session Tuesday, Jan. 28 at The Kroc Center from 6:30-7:45 p.m.
Want to get involved in the voting process this coming year? Want to encourage people to vote? If so, then Kerr County has the perfect opportunity. Local elections officials are looking for volunteer deputy registrars.