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City of Brady approved for $28.9 million to fund water infrastructure projects
AUSTIN – The Texas Water Development Board announced approval of $28,905,000 of funding for the City of Brady in McCulloch County to finance improvements to the local water system.
Collins says Texas court ruling on ACA 'will be overturned on appeal'
Washington (CNN)Maine Republican Sen. Susan Collins predicted Sunday that a Texas judge's decision striking down Obamacare would likely be overturned. "I think this will be overturned on appeal," Collins said Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union." She added, "There's no reason why the individual mand
Here's what's at risk in the Texas Obamacare ruling
(CNN)Whether you know it or not, Obamacare has affected nearly every American. The Affordable Care Act does far more than allow millions of people to get health insurance through exchanges or Medicaid expansion.
The Koch Brothers' Last Ditch Attempt to Kill the Electric Vehicle Tax Credit
As Congress debates what, if anything, to do with the federal electric vehicle (EV) tax credit, the oil industry is fighting to kill the popular incentive, which is hitting some key milestones in the program.
AREA GIRLS HOOPS: Sonora Fends Off Brady's Last-Second Shot
BRADY, TX-- An 11-1 run in the final two minutes was not enough for the Brady Lady Bulldogs in their District 4-3A opener against the Sonora Lady Broncos Tuesday night. Sonora extended their win streak to 10 games with the 43-41 win which came down to the very last second.
Mason Punchers hope to continue tradition by winning state title championship
MASON, Texas — This proud and tight knit Texas Hill Country community takes pride in its cattle and ranching industry and football. The Mason Punchers are annual state title contenders. Traditions are plenty beginning with their palace, a home stadium which sets itself apart from other stadiums acro
Win Over Refugio Brings Year-Long Process Nearly Full Circle for Mason
MASON, TX-- Mason's no. 1 ranking is no longer just a number. Above: The Mason Punchers take the field at the Alamodome for their regional final against Refugio. Dec. 7, 2018 (LIVE! Photo/Sam Fowler)
Mason Looking to Avenge 2017 Loss in Fifth Straight Meeting With Refugio
MASON, TX-- Saturday will mark a year since Refugio handed Mason their only loss of the 2017 season. It came in the Class 2A Division I Region IV final at the Alamodome. The two teams are set to meet at the same venue in the same round just shy of a year after that clash. All of Mason’s work has led
Democrats say wealthier Americans deserve a state and local tax break
They criticized President Trump’s tax cut bill as a giveaway to the rich, but now congressional Democrats are eyeing their own $620 billion tax break that would go heavily to wealthier Americans.
Beto O'Rourke lost in Texas, but 2020's coming...
(CNN)Beto O'Rourke emerged as a Democratic superstar during the 2018 midterms. CNN's Chris Cillizza explains that even though he lost his Senate race, the possibility of a presidential race in 2020 isn't out of the question for the Texas congressman.
Texas man who allegedly tried, failed to kidnap teen jogger is arrested
A Texas man was taken into custody on Tuesday for the attempted kidnapping of a 15-year-old girl who managed to escape the ordeal, authorities said. Law enforcement learned that the teen had been out jogging on Dec. 2 when a person she described as a Hispanic male came near her, the Brazoria County
Remains Of World War II Pilot From Texas Located, Identified
HOUSTON (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — The remains of a World War II pilot from Texas missing since a 1945 crash in the Philippines have been located and identified. The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency on Friday announced confirmation of the remains of 21-year-old Army Air Forces 2nd Lt. Hulen A. Leinweber of
New housing reports for North Texas are all over the map
Reading recent reports on the Dallas housing market can make you dizzy. Home sales in North Texas this year are at the second-highest volume ever. But November sales were down by the biggest percentage drop in seven years.
Richland Springs eyes 12th straight win vs. Oakwood, berth in state semifinals
RICHLAND SPRINGS — The No. 5 Richland Springs Coyotes overcame obstacle after obstacle in their Class A Division II Region IV semifinal victory over Calvert last week, and will attempt to extend their season, and push their win streak to a dozen games, Friday night against the No. 6 Oakwood Panthers
No. 1 Mason Making Quiet March Through Playoffs
MASON, TX-- After practice and between interviews on Wednesday, no. 1-ranked Mason Puncher head football coach Kade Burns told his senior quarterback Otto Wofford he was on the verge of breaking a 102-year-old school passing record.
Junior High Happenings | Mason County News
Veteran’s Day Celebration What an honor it was to celebrate our veterans in Mason on Monday. Our 4th grade students did an outstanding job of planning, preparing and delivering heartfelt messages and words of support for our veterans. The ceremony was extremely touching when the 3rd grade class came
No. 8 Richland Springs marches past No. 6 Calvert, 60-47, into third round
GATESVILLE — Meeting for the 10th time in the postseason since 2000, the Richland Springs Coyotes collected their seventh playoff win over the Calvert Trojans — and 11th consecutive victory this season — with a 60-47 triumph in Class A Division II Region IV semifinal action here Friday night.
This New Book Chronicles Texas’s Rich Legacy of Outsider Art
As Houston civic institutions such as the Orange Show and Beer Can House demonstrate, “outsider art” was hardly regarded as art at all until the mid-20th century. But in 1947, the French visual artist and critic Jean Dubuffet opened a space in Paris devoted to what he called art brut. Literally, the
Menard, Ira students win state essay contest
The contest encouraged students to write an essay based on the question, “What history in your community is worth saving?”, a press release from the TGLO said.
San Antonio Museum of Art Receives 850 Photographs from Marie Brenner and Ernest Pomerantz
Collectors Marie Brenner and Ernest Pomerantz have given 850 photographs to the San Antonio Museum of Art in Texas, with 70 of the works set to appear in February in an exhibition titled “Capturing the Moment: Photographs from the Marie Brenner and Ernest Pomerantz Collection.”