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County confirms 8th rabies case

Kerr County officials recently confirmed an eighth rabies case for the year.On Aug. 7, the Kerr County Animal Services received a report of a live bat that was inside a home on Fairway Drive in Kerrville.It is not known how long the bat was inside the house.The bat was taken from the home that same

KERRVILLE DAILY TIMES - 2018-08-17 07:27:00

Jill Janus, singer of the metal band Huntress, dies at 43

FILE - In this Sept. 24, 2016 file photo, Jill Janus of Huntress performs at Ozzfest 2016 at San Manuel Amphitheater in San Bernardino, Calif. Janus, lead singer of the heavy metal band Huntress, has died at... more

MYSANANTONIO - 2018-08-16 23:56:59

H.E.B. SUCCESS | Shara Fryer | AM 740 KTRH News Radio

It all goes back to 'mama'. Florence Butt opened a grocery store in Kerrville, Texas in 1905. The business began expanding when her son Howard E Butt took over in the 1920's....and through generations we now celebrate HEB, headquartered in San Antonio.

IHEART.COM - 2018-08-17 12:59:00

Students, drivers urged to use caution as school year begins

Tips to ensure a safe morning and afternoon commute, according to a release from the Kerrville Police Department, are:

KERRVILLE DAILY TIMES - 2018-08-17 07:25:00

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.


Residents take water concerns to county

An umbrella organization, The Camp Recovery Centers LP, is seeking to amend a water quality permit issued to Starlite Recovery Center, 230 Mesa Verde Drive, in Center Point, and change the disposal method of the center’s treated wastewater.

KERRVILLE DAILY TIMES - 2018-08-17 07:24:00

Lions Camp, a life changer for local teen

Del Rioan Brett Clark, a freshman at Comstock High School, attending the Texas Lions Camp at Kerrville, Texas.

DEL RIO NEWS-HERALD - 2018-08-17 05:00:00

Schreiner Scottish-Celtic fest slated Friday

Schreiner University’s Changing Global Society office and Campus Recreation, in cooperation with the Kerr County Celtic Festival, will host a Scottish-Celtic Festival at the Robbins-Lewis Pavilion from 1 to 4 p.m Friday on the Schreiner University campus.The event is open to Schreiner students, empl

KERRVILLE DAILY TIMES - 2018-08-16 08:01:00

Solar power plans win green light

Kerrville may soon be on its way to having a solar power plant. On Tuesday, the Kerrville City Council unanimously approved a joint lease agreement with the Kerrville Public Utility Board to install a two-megawatt solar energy farm on an 11-acre piece of land between Spur 100 and Loop 534, which is

KERRVILLE DAILY TIMES - 2018-08-16 08:00:00

TEA releases district report cards

On Wednesday, Kerrville ISD received an overall “B” grade and a Postsecondary Readiness Distinction designation from the Texas Education Agency, which released 2018 district accountability ratings for 1,200 schools and districts throughout the state.Only 334 traditional school districts across the s

KERRVILLE DAILY TIMES - 2018-08-17 07:22:00

Retired teacher group to host exhibition and brunch event

The Hill Country Retired School Employees Association will host its second annual exhibition and brunch for local retired teachers on Monday, the first day of school, at First Presbyterian Church on Jefferson Street.At 9:30 a.m., registration and exhibits will begin, followed by a 10 a.m. brunch and

KERRVILLE DAILY TIMES - 2018-08-16 08:02:00

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


Odd Couple: Female Version’ continues to deliver laughs on Ingram stage

INGRAM — The Point Theatre’s produciton of Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple: Female Version” will continue this weekend on the indoor Elizabeth Huth-Coates Theater. The show is at 7:30 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays through Aug. 25. There will be one 2 p.m. matinee on Aug. 19.In this tale of friendship a

KERRVILLE DAILY TIMES - 2018-08-16 08:13:00

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.


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.


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


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


Harper remembered as mayor who led change

Boyd Harper, who served as mayor of Fredericksburg during a crucial time in its development, died Aug. 4 at age 66.


Preliminary STAAR ratings are strong

Dr. Delesa Styles, assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction, presented preliminary results.


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.