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An unknown number of people appear to have been targeted with an email that asks them to validate their profile information with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. TDLR did not send the email, and the agency urges anyone who received it to delete the email without clicking on …

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At 9 a.m. on Saturday, April 28, 2012, the City of Kerrville broke ground on the first phase of an ambitious new project – the construction of a River Trail along the cypress-shaded banks of the Guadalupe River.

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The United States Postal Service Board of Governors today announced the establishment of a bipartisan Election Mail Committee that will actively oversee the United States Postal Service’s support of the mail-in voting process. The committee will be chaired by Governor Lee Moak, who will be j…

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H-E-B is teaming up with The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in an effort to create a future free from cancer. From Wednesday, Aug. 14 through Tuesday, Sept. 10, H-E-B customers will have the opportunity to make $1, $3 and $5 donations upon checkout through H-E-B's fourth annua…

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At the end of this year, Justice Phil Johnson will retire from the Texas Supreme Court after 13 years of distinguished service. His opinions have left an indelible mark on Texas law, but those of us who have been privileged to work with him know that his legacy runs much deeper.

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Schreiner University has, throughout its long history, contributed significantly to both the economy and the culture of Kerrville. We are certainly fortunate to have a world-class educational institution embedded within our community. It is time now to work to optimize the benefits that Schr…

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After a long, five-month legislative session in the spring, and an August 30-day special session this summer, there are several new laws on the books that went into effect on Sept. 1. Here is a brief run-down of a few of the new state laws which are currently in force:

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Many years ago, my younger brother and I crowded into the back seat of my parents’ car and headed to Austin to drop my older brother off for his freshman year at the University of Texas. Now, I loved my big brother unconditionally — he was my best friend and fierce protector — but in his las…