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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.


IN THE GARDEN: Repealing pests and bugs; dark sky lighting

Plants such as mint, rosemary, basil, and lavender can repel pests like mosquitos, flies, and fleas. Plant them in your gardens or pot them and place them around outdoor seating areas.

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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.

KERRVILLE DAILY TIMES - 2018-05-19 07:11:00

Llano County Community Resource Center opens doors to agencies, nonprofits serving community - DailyTrib.com - Your Hill Country online news authority

Bessie Jackson of Community Resource Centers of Texas stands in front of Llano County Community Resource Center, 100 Legend Hills Blvd. in Llano. The center provides space for several agencies, including Texas Workforce Commission and nonprofits offering services such as legal assistance to people i


High school teacher pleads not guilty

Tyler Maltsberger, 28, was set to be arraigned Thursday before Judge N. Keith Williams on a charge of an improper relationship between an educator and student. But a waiver of arraignment was filed May 11, according to court documents.


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.


Drivers: Obey the law and chill

Drivers have either lost knowledge of the traffic laws or don’t care. Take the recent four-way stop on Water and G Street; if two cars arrive at the same time, the one on your right has the right of way, but not there — it’s whoever is the rudest or dumbest, because you have to wave at them to move

KERRVILLE DAILY TIMES - 2018-05-19 07:31:00

Santa Fe artists will participate in Festival of the Arts

From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. May 26 and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 27, there will be 125 juried artists on hand for the show and sale in the 700 and 800 blocks of Water Street. Last year, approximately 6,500 people visited the festival.

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Koenig, Harper power past Trojanettes

“Their coach had a good game plan for our hitters, and their pitcher executed it,” Trojanettes coach Chris Raimondi said. “[Koenig] put the ball where she had to, and we really struggled putting the ball in play. It was tough for our hitters today.”


Veterans Center says ‘thanks’

The Hill Country Veterans Center wishes to thank the men and women of the Kerrville Post Office, NALC branch 3028 (especially Raul Castillo, Andres Castillo and Jesse McElhaney) for choosing us to be the recipients of the food drive they had this last week end.


The Texas Rangers and the San Saba Mob

Burleson asked, "How many times did you warn people to leave the country?" Nolan replied, "I have never ordered anybody out." "Have you not been indicted for being a member of the Mob that ordered Smith and Cunningham to dissolve partnership?" asked Burleson. Nolan responded and said, "I was not." B


TxDOT gives update on local plans

“This lays out current projects and describes why they are needed as well as any concerns,” said Darcy Schipole, who works with planning and development for the San Antonio District. “In our four-year plan, we lay out projects that are feasible to be completed in that time-frame and that we believe


312 voters take to polls in runoffs

Early voting will continue through Friday, May 18, ahead of the Tuesday, May 22 runoff election.


'Barn' offers modern environment

With a passion for real estate and a love of the Hill Country, Danielle Saunders and her husband, Ashton, fell in love with the European feel offered by Fredericksburg.


Relief route options topic for meeting here on May 31

The public is invited to provide input on the potential U.S. Highway 290 relief route project, suggest possible route options and learn more about the relief route study on Thursday, May 31.


Ingram council delays decision on mobile home park sewer system

On Tuesday, the Ingram City Council unanimously voted to table the issue until they can speak to the city attorney regarding a contract that lays out the terms and conditions, including the period of time for the contracts, the wastewater services charge and rate adjustment.


'Welcome to Fredericksburg'

When Virginia was the hospitality hostess in the 1960s, she was married to her first husband, Weldon Prehn. They were married for 50 years.


Crosses symbolizes walk with God

It’s a rare occasion when you find me without a James Avery cross on my neck or a ring around my finger. As a kid growing up in Kerrville, home of the original James Avery store, I looked forward to each birthday and Christmas. I knew that I would find a pale-yellow gift bag with copper paper with m


Mission Bend family discovers bee infestation in shed

"I'm scared, I'm scared, I want them out," Corvera said. "I really want them out. Because I have kids, I have a dog."