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Acclaimed Americana Recording Artist Robert Earl Keen celebrates his 13th annual one-night only concert event for The Hill Country Youth Orchestras. Also, back by popular demand, he is bringing his very special guests the highly acclaimed Quebe Sisters to the Cailloux Theater in Kerrville, T…

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In his Letter to the Ephesian Church, Paul admonishes from prison the unity of the Body of Christ. These words from the 4th chapter speak to the churches of our day as well:

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Fire and Glory Night set for Jan. 17 at Inn of the Hills

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Do you have a Clue that electronic devices have Monopoly on your Life?  Unplug from those electronic devices and plug in to your family by playing board games.  Join us at The Salvation Army Kroc Center for Family Game Nights.  No experience necessary — all skill levels welcome.  A variety o…

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The Old Testament Book of First Kings describes a vision by King Solomon (David’s son and successor) in Chapter 3, verses 5 to 15 as follows:

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Whether you are pushing the proverbial boulder uphill or have the wind in your sails, whether you are young, old, first time or last time reader, saved, unsaved or unsure, trust me, you need the truth about to be conveyed. 

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FREDERICKSBURG — Recognized for their “adrenalized performances of classical, movie, tango, pop and oldies music,” the West Coast trio Take3 will be featured here Sunday, Jan. 19, in the fourth of eight programs scheduled for the 2019-20 concert season by the Fredericksburg Music Club.

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The Kerrville Renaissance Festival will feature a varied list of entertainment for guests at this fourth annual event at the River Star Arts and Event Park on the weekends of Jan. 24-26 and Feb. 1-2. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., rain or shine.

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Whether you are pushing the proverbial boulder uphill or have the wind in your sails, whether you are young, old, first time or last time reader, saved, unsaved or unsure, trust me, you need the truth about to be conveyed. 

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What will you do in 2020 that will outlive you? The Father of American Psychology, William James, said, “The great use of life is to spend it for something that will outlast it.” 

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“I was glad when they said to me, ‘Let us go into the house of the Lord,’” says King David in Psalm 122.

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The Dynamic Learning Institute will kick off its 2020 spring semester class offerings on Jan. 23 with “Inside Apollo 13.” The class will begin at 6 p.m. at Schreiner University. 

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Kerrville’s Symphony of the Hills will present its annual POPS concert “Out of This World: Music of the Cosmos” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 11, at Cailloux Theater, 910 Main St. The event will be preceded by a wine reception in the lobby at 6:30 p.m.

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Oct. 31 passed without fanfare, but for Kerrville’s Hal & Charlie Peterson Foundation it was a significant milestone.  Seventy-five years earlier, in the midst of World War II, brothers Hal & Charlie Peterson, along with their trusted manager Guy Griggs, and associates C.H. Gilmer an…

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With the beginning of 2020, it is time to take inventory of our lives and prepare for the future. As I looked at my own life, walk with God and where I want to go, I discovered there are things I want to take into the new year and things I need to leave behind. What about you? What do you wa…

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On Christmas Eve, my new friend Louis Amestoy, who is managing editor of this newspaper, wrote a column on several topics, including well-deserved praise for Bob Waller, a compelling photograph taken by Tom Holden of this year’s last full moon, and, well, squirrels. He’d found a clip from an…

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As we begin a new year many people will make resolutions. But if we are honest most of the things we resolve to do or be seem invariably to fall by the wayside and are easily forgotten. Many are trivial or insignificant to begin with – or turn out to be wishful thinking.  

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In August 2017, we loaded my Honda Accord and his Honda Civic for the long drive to Marshall, Texas and East Texas Baptist University. Our youngest was headed off to college where he would play basketball and hopefully get a degree in four years. 

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The thought of enjoying outstanding entertainment in the new year will bring a big “thank-you” when you give Cailloux Theater gift certificates this year. Whether you select a specific show in advance, or choose a dollar amount to be used for any event, the Cailloux City Center makes gift-gi…

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I resent how much effort it takes to get dressed every morning.

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As we approach the completion of the Advent season this weekend, our focus is now on the celebration of the miraculous birth of Jesus on Wednesday, Christmas Day. 

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Of all of the quotations of Aldo Leopold, the one heard most often — at least from professionals in the areas of land management, range science and wildlife biology — is “Game can be restored by the creative use of the same tools which heretofore destroyed it — axe, plow, cow, fire and gun.”

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BOERNE — As 2020 ticket sales for Boerne Performing Arts’ HOT-HOT-HOT season continue to keep the phone ringing, the details of hosting the visiting artists continue to be finalized by the board members of Boerne Performing Arts.  

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The Texas Arts & Crafts Fair is calling for entries for the fair’s official 2020 poster competition. Artists of traditional media — oil/acrylic/tempera, watercolors, illustrations, prints — and of computer graphics are invited to participate.

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Residents of the Elm Creek Park area are invited to join neighbors to sing or listen to their favorite Christmas carols at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 12, on the outdoor campus of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, 135 Methodist Encampment Road.

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This season of Advent is a time for soul searching as we seek forgiveness and anticipate anew the promise of redemption amid these chaotic and evil times. It is a time when we again anticipate the coming of the Savior, the bringer of peace to our anxious souls.