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Surf and turf stars at new Boerne restaurant Bovines & Fins
“Frank has always dreamed of opening a steak restaurant,” Jennifer Ramirez said of her husband, a longtime area banquet and catering chef. “We just don’t have a lot of steak and seafood restaurants out here in Boerne, so it was a perfect opportunity to pair the two together.”
Permex Petroleum Corporation Announces Scheduled Waterflood Enhanced Oil Recovery | Markets Insider
VANCOUVER,June 18, 2018/CNW/ - Permex Petroleum Corporation ("Permex" or the "Company)" (CSE: OIL) The Company announces that it is on schedule to mobilize a workover rig and crew to the Pittcock North Tannehill Unit (situated inStonewall, Texas) next week to commence the Enhanced Oil Recovery ("EOR
The mystery of Capt. Tivy’s tombstone
I was, of course, surprised. The last time I’d seen the tombstone, it was up on Tivy Mountain, near the intersection of Cypress Creek Road and Veterans Highway (Loop 534).
Sex offender faces indecency with a child charge
Edward Lopez Vasquez, 71, of Uvalde, was arrested on June 13 after a month-long investigation, according to a release from the Kerr County Sheriff’s Office.
TIF incentive district moves forward
It was an emotional farewell for Stillwater’s Deputy City Manager Dan Blankenship, who is leaving to become the Deputy City Manager in Boerne, Texas, after 15 years in Stillwater. Blankenship also served as Director of the Stillwater Utilities Authority and oversaw system improvements like construct
Local siblings to release self-titled album
The four-member group of Beecher, Ezra, Liza and Asa Proch, are known for their bluegrass sound but have integrated a folksy-Americana-pop sound.
Canyon Lake Dam still closed
The dam has a service road that people use daily to walk on and enjoy the amazing hill country views. It runs the length of the dam. But has limited access. There are no wheel chair accessible areas, and on each end a unprotected 115-foot drop. Last week on Friday (6/8/18) Comal County Commissioner
New Johnson City police chief sworn in following previous chief's suspension
JOHNSON CITY, Texas -- Several months after Johnson City's police chief wassuspended due to a "personnel issue," a new police chief has been sworn in, the police department said.
Food Truck Festival to roll into Luckenbach June 23
The Fifth Annual Hill Country Food Truck Festival, featuring 16 food trucks, 14 Texas Hill Country wineries and a full day of live Texas music, will take place from noon until 9:30 p.m. Saturday, June 23, in Luckenbach Texas.
Boerne woman pulled over in questionable traffic stop
While driving home from work Monday morning, a woman was stopped for a presumed traffic offense after she entered I-10 off Main Street, just past Wal-Mart. The officer who stopped her, wearing a badge imprinted with the name “Oliver,” would not tell her why she was pulled over, nor why he was demand
Country singer Suzy Bogguss bringing her show to Kerrville
Fresh off her UK tour with Jerry Douglas for the “Transatlantic Sessions” and dates with guitar legend Tommy Emmanuel, platinum-selling country songstress Suzy Bogguss is set to perform at the Cailloux Theater in Kerrville at 7:30 p.m. July 14.Audiences can expect an intimate night of music backed b
PRMC gearing up for men’s health event
James Johnson, a general surgeon, will present a talk called the “Advantages of Advanced Laparoscopy in Kerrville.”
Juneteenth block party on tap
Kerrville residents will be able to come together in celebration of the end of slavery in Texas this weekend.The Pennick Green Door Neighborhood Center will present a Juneteenth block party, complete with a magic show, card games and plenty of food.
FTC's 'The Music Man' to open this weekend
Nine performances will be offered on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays beginning Friday, June 15, and continuing through July 1 at the Steve W. Shepherd Theater.
Lighting, A/C work to begin at campuses
Kendnel Kasper Construction, Inc., of Kerrville, was awarded a lighting and air-conditioning contract for $867,427.
Hazard plan, airport jobs approved
“Its purpose is to ensure that if we want to get a hazard mitigation plan, we can get it and put that plan in place. We are then eligible to receive grants through the government and through FEMA,” Wisniewski said. “Hurricane Harvey is a great example of when a hazard mitigation plan would be very b
Stonewall gets ready to JAM
The Stonewall Peach JAMboree and Rodeo kicks off this weekend, Friday and Saturday, June 15-16.
Praise for Kerrville Police Department officer
One recent Monday, I had the pleasure of meeting one of KPD’s officers. I was traveling faster than the posted speed limit. A police officer was checking speeds, and my haste qualified for a visit. I pulled over and the officer introduced himself and informed me why he had stopped me. He asked for m
Retail workshop to begin June 28
He added that small business owners don’t have the luxury of hiring managers to take care of HR issues, insurance, a retirement plan, financing, taxes, payroll and marketing.
Jeremy Wentrcek finally says 'yes' to Faith Academy football, director of athletics jobs - DailyTrib.com - Your Hill Country online news authority
He said he never would have guessed a few weeks ago that he would be in Marble Falls, noting he was in a good place at Round Rock Christian, the school at which he’s worked since 2014.