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Mailbag: Defense’s Potential? New LB’s Impact?

JAMES DELEONJUNCTION, TXIs it just me or does it seem like this year's defense has more potential to be special than it has in almost 20 years? It seems like every day, plays are being made and we have more depth available.Rob:Fast, aggressive might be the two best adjectives for this defense in cam

DALLAS COWBOYS - 2018-08-15 09:58:00

See country music star Lorrie Morgan in Kerrville

Grand Ol’ Opry star and CMA Vocalist of the Year Lorrie Morgan will grace the stage of the Cailloux Theater Friday, Aug. 24, at 7:30 p.m., singing hits from her multiple platinum and gold albums.

WILSON COUNTY NEWS - 2018-08-15 00:00:00

Parliament car crash: Man arrested, pedestrians injured in 'terrorist incident,' police say

The man, who was driving a silver Ford Fiesta, struck cyclists and pedestrians before hitting security barriers in the area, police said.

AUSTIN AMERICAN-STATESMAN - 2018-08-14 00:00:00

Mom killed in Tippin Elementary accident was Army veteran, nurse at Providence

Kharisma Ashlee James, 33, died Monday after being struck by a car driven by 58-year-old Roger Hawking.

STANDARD-TIMES - 2018-08-14 19:47:00

Area students make Schreiner’s honor lists

To be eligible for the president’s list, full-time students must earn at least a 4.0 grade-point average for the term, passing all classes, and have at least 12 hours credit for the term.

WILSON COUNTY NEWS - 2018-08-15 00:00:00

Bench stolen from mother's grave in Kerrville, family still seeks justice

KERRVILLE, Texas — A family in Kerrville is outraged over a special bench that was stolen from their loved one's grave. They aren't only seeking answers in this bizarre theft, but are still on the hunt for clues in the unsolved murder of their family member, Jessica Brown. It has been two years sinc

KENS 5 - 2018-08-14 02:32:39

Commissioners hash out details for Election Day

Kerr County Commi-ssioners recently made plans for the upcoming midterm general elections, slated for Tuesday, Nov. 6.County and precinct officials up for another term include the county and county court-at-law judges, district and county clerks, treasurer, surveyor, commissioners for Precincts 2 an

KERRVILLE DAILY TIMES - 2018-08-15 08:26:00

KISD educates staff on safety measures

“It’s something no one wants to talk about or think about, but unfortunately, we are in a day and time that we have to think about it. If we don’t, we aren’t living up to our responsibilities,” said Wade Ivy, assistant superintendent of administration and human resources.

KERRVILLE DAILY TIMES - 2018-08-15 00:00:00

Board calls for $89M bond election

At the regular board meeting Monday night in the Kerrville Independent School District administration building, the board of trustees voted unanimously to accept the Community Facilities Advisory Committee’s recommendation to call for an $88,960,000 bond proposal to be held Nov. 6.Before the meeting

KERRVILLE DAILY TIMES - 2018-08-14 08:21:00

Board to consider calling for bond

At a public hearing and regular monthly board meeting on Monday, Aug. 13, at 6 p.m., the Kerrville Independent School District will consider an order calling a bond election and a land acquisition contract for a new Hal Peterson Middle School site.At a special meeting on Monday, Aug. 6, the KISD Com


River cleanup saw over 10K pounds in trash removed

Along with the expected paper and plastic trash, participants retrieved an electrical box, rattlesnake rattle in a bag, metal ice cooler, couch, headlight, keyboard, giraffe on a leash, honeybee removal sign, rotary pay phone, large rubber float, bag containing a full wardrobe of clothes, engine blo


District 21 candidate Roy to visit Kerrville

Chip Roy — former chief of staff to U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz and winner of the Republican nomination for the 21st Congressional District — is coming to town Tuesday, Aug. 14, gearing up for November’s general election, where he will face off with Democratic nominee Joseph Kopser.Roy won 52.7 percent of th


Parks and Recreation Hot Rod Night to rev up city in September

Staff reportsnews@dailytimes.com|0 commentsThe Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting its first car show next month.“Kerrville Hot Rod Night” will take place at Louise Hays Park Sept. 14 at 4 p.m., along the banks of the Guadalupe River.The event is free and open to cars of all si


City secretary to retire after 37-year career

While she will finish her career at Kerrville’s newest city hall, 701 Main St., Craig not only worked at the ones on Junction Highway and 600 Main St. — now a bank — but also has a deeper, family connection to those buildings: Her family has been in Kerrville for five generations and played a role i


Grand Ole Opry star Lorrie Morgan to perform in Kerrville

Being able to hear Lorrie Morgan in concert is a “big deal” for her fans, according to Jeffrey Brown, executive director the Cailloux Theater.


Punchers Looking Forward to Tough Pre-District Rivals

Mason, TX — Last season, the Mason Punchers run in the playoffs ended quicker than fans had hoped for when they lost to Refugio in the quarter finals at the Alamo Dome in San Antonio. However, the squad has moved on and are ready to get a deeper run in 2018. Now, coach Kade Burns is hoping the tough


Where in the world is Zanzenburg?

Photos from the collection of Joe Herring Jr.Woolls Bldg Center Point ca 1903This 1903 photo shows the Woolls building in Center Point. Built in the early 1870s, the building had been purchased by the Farmers Mercantile Cooperative Association in 1902. For some reason, there is a cow and calf on the


Fallen tree leaves more than 250 KPUB customers without power Sunday

A power outage Sunday afternoon affected 252 customers in the vicinity of Thompson Drive and Hugo Street, according to Kerrville Public Utility Board officials.The outage began about 4:36 p.m. on Sunday, KPUB said. The apparent cause of the power outage was a large tree branch breaking and falling a


Harper to begin work on new Community Hall

The new Harper Community Hall, a scaled-down version of the original plans, will begin once demolition of the old hall is completed.


54th annual Harper Frontier Days returns to area for holiday weekend

The 54th annual Harper Frontier Days will be held Friday, Aug. 31 and Saturday, Sept. 1 at the Harper Community Park, with a full slate of weekend activities planned for attendees.