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Kerrville Airport Board hires new manager
The Kerrville Municipal Airport will soon have a new manager.Mary Rohrer, a senior manager at H-E-B Grocery Company, will take over managing duties on June 18. She will replace Bruce McKenzie, who is retiring.
Kerrville plays host to long weekend of art, music and Memorial Day ceremonies
This year’s Memorial Day weekend, Texas’ “unofficial kick-off to summer,” will be filled with family-friendly Hill Country events, including patriotic presentations and tributes, concerts, art exhibits, a rodeo — and everything in between.
These antiques pay for school
Dustin Gillum and Cheyanne Gillum, the children of Dean Gillum, have paid for trade school and a year of college by restoring old tractors as FFA projects and winning scholarships.
Sunday morning power outage affects more than 1,700 KPUB customers
Officials with the Kerrville Public Utility Board reported a power outage early Sunday morning that affected 1,723 customers in the Coronado and Junction Highway area west to Greenwood Forest.The outage started at approximately 2:32 a.m. Sunday, and power was fully restored to all affected customers
Hardy brings ‘positive energy’ to OLH student body
Yiqian “Hardy” Cai slowly munches on his steak omelette during an interview at IHOP, one of his favorite restaurants since moving to America. In between bites, he is more than eager to recount his last two years of high school.
Man shoots self following search
A Lakehills man who reportedly pulled a gun on a Bandera County sheriff’s deputy and fled on foot Monday morning, May 21, later shot himself in the head as authorities who had been searching for him approached him in a field, investigators said.Dennis Miller, 38, of Lakehills, was flown by a San Ant
Rodeo weekend returns to Bandera
With Memorial Day rapidly approaching, Bandera’s attention will turn again towards the fast-charging, family-styled events provided by the rodeo and to how much the town owes its rodeo champions for the cowboy image that has become Bandera’s calling card.“It’s a cornerstone of our traditions and the
Folk Fest faithfuls set up camp at Quiet Valley
The Kerrville Folk Festival begins Thursday for most people, but for those who will call Quiet Valley Ranch home for multiple days of the 18-day festival, Saturday was a big day.
2 arrested in connection with burglary of vehicle in Boerne
Abigail Orth, 25, and Jovanne Heredia, 21, could each face up to a year in prison or a $4,000 fine or both.
Boerne police arrest two car burglary suspects
The officer was able to arrest two suspects. Jovanne Heredia, 21, and Abigail Orth, 25, of San Antonio were arrested and charged with burglary of a motor vehicle, a Class A misdemeanor. The officer was able to return the stolen property to the victim who was traveling through town.
Ingram rallies to 3A team title
The Warriors won their first team state title, the 10th in area girls golf history and the first since 2000, when Churchill won the final of five straight crowns. Roosevelt won in 1974, East Central in 1975 and Kerrville Tivy went back-to-back in 1980-81.
Chuck and Barbara Mauldin are living their artistic dreams
Fredericksburg artists Chuck and Barbara Mauldin described their work as “impressionistic,” “loose painterly,” “traditional realist” and “realistic, yet painterly” during a reception Thursday at Kerrville’s Museum of Western Art, 1550 Bandera Highway.
City will hear details of pool study at Tuesday’s meeting
During the meeting, council members will discuss a request from Ashlea Boyle, director of Parks and Recreation, to approve Marmon Mok Architecture LLP to run a study on the city’s Olympic Pool.
Ex-teacher facing child porn charges
Neil McGinnis, 60, was charged with 10 counts of possession of child pornography after investigators found 10 images in his home, according to a release from the Kendall County District Attorney.
Oklahoma governor cuts down burn ban list
Burn bans have been lifted in 7 countiesCounties that remain under the governor’s burn ban are:Beaver, Cimarron, Ellis, Harper, Texas, WoodsandWoodward.The Oklahoma Forestry Service advised the change“The drought continues to persist across northwest Oklahoma, but the recent rains have given most of
Boerne ISD school board approves raise for teachers, staff
We’re excited to announce our teachers, nurses and librarians are receiving a 3 percent raise for the upcoming school year,” Chief Human Resources Officer, Dr. Elaine Howard said. “In addition, all other employees are receiving a 2 percent increase."
Get ready, it's peach season in Fredericksburg
Texas Peaches, a website for Hill Country peaches, announced Monday that most Hill Country growers are open for business and harvesting cling peaches, blackberries and plums.
Kerrville father, son arrested on child pornography charges
KERRVILLE, Texas- A father and son from Kerrville were arrested following an undercover investigation involving child pornography, the Texas Attorney General's Office said.
Heavy rain and storms expected in the Hill Country
EWX issues Flash Flood Warning for Edwards, Val Verde [TX] till May 20, 4:00 PM CDT— IEMBot EWX (@iembot_ewx)May 20, 2018
KPUB cautions customers about telephone scam
If a bill is delinquent, a customer will be notified three times before disconnection is scheduled, the press release said.