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aThe majority of February sales tax revenue is based on sales made in January and remitted to the agency in February. For this period, however, the Feb. 22 due date for state taxes and fees to be reported and paid was extended by one week, due to effects of the winter storm, to March 1.

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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and his Consumer Protection Division are warning Texans to be aware of energy price hikes and offers tips to protect yourself from excessive and potentially unlawful charges after the recent winter weather storm:

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The exceptional and important work of the Veterans County Service Officers received funding from the Kerr County Commissioniers' Court for the current year. This will allow local veterans, dependents, and survivors to obtain easily access to assistance in applying for valuable benefits from …

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Over the past several weeks we have replaced the numerous Biden-Harris signs stolen from our yard, with the clear thought and prayer that the culprit(s) would see the error of his, her or their foolish actions, and cease and desist from illegally interfering with our Constitutional rights.

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Kerrville residents are receiving mailouts from Mayoral Candidate David Barker this past week for his campaign for mayor. He, as always, makes a lot of statements about his qualifications as a business professional, but I truly believe he misses the point. Kerrville is blessed to have an out…

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I enthusiastically endorse the re-election of Bill Blackburn, Judy Eychner and Delayne Sigerman to city council.

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“AND THE BEAT-DOWN GOES ON…”  Since March of this year the net worth of U.S. billionaires has risen by 20 percent or $500 billion dollars. 

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According to a recent Kerrville Daily Times article, in November the voters approved several amendments to the City charter, including an anti-nepotism policy.

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UGRA hosted its 16th Annual River Clean Up on Saturday, July 27. A total of 10,695 pounds of garbage was collected by 526 participants, working along the river from Hunt all the way to Comfort. Along with the expected paper and plastic trash, participants retrieved a wooden umbrella, Lionel …

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Editors Note: The following was written by the father of an accident victim, whose life was saved by Kerrville Fire Department personnel. Please see the entire story in our very special “Tribute To First Responders” section in this week’s paper.