Mr. Harless’ TV and radio repair shop wasn’t on Main Street, but it wasn’t far from it.
Members of the Major James Kerr Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Kerrville, met June 14 for their annual Flag Day luncheon. The event took place at Rails: A Cafe at the Depot.
For the last 35 years, Ken Postma has walked the production floors of All-Plastics’ Kerrville manufacturing facility, collaborating with the team and providing technical guidance. He has been a mentor and a friend to many and has left a legacy behind as he moves into the next chapter of his …
While going through my collection of historic Kerr County photographs this week, I found some negatives that I’d never scanned. I could tell they were photographs of construction. Intrigued, I put them in the scanner to find out what they were.
If you’ve ever suffered from the debilitating effects of cedar pollen — aka “cedar fever” — you’re likely to agree that eliminating all cedar from our watershed is a great idea.
For his volunteer service of 1,000 hours to the Hill Country community, Kerr County resident Richard Coleman was awarded recognition from the Hill Country Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalist Program.
John Lithgow, a Tony Award-winning Broadway actor, was asked how he motivates himself to perform eight shows a week. He explained he finds encouragement in a statement he attributed to Sir Thomas Beecham, the founder of the London Philharmonic.
A character in Tolkien’s “Fellowship of the Ring,” an Elf named Gildor, makes this observation about his people: “Elves seldom give unguarded advice, for advice is a dangerous gift, even from wise to wise, and all courses may run ill.”
Renowed fiddler Shoji Tabuchi, who plays a wide variety of styles, including country and classical, will perform at the Kathleen C. Cailloux City Center for the Performing Arts at 7:30 p.m. June 29.
Former “Dukes of Hazard” and “Smallville” star John Schneider will perform country music at Cailloux Theater this weekend with fellow musician Christian Davis.
Local seven-piece band Exit 505 will perform classic rock and country standards with a bluegrass flavor and classic ’50s style at Louise Hays Park on Friday evening.
Modern stores are stocked with an abundance of products that appear on the shelves of our local stores by hard work, magic and algorithms. Even shopping lists populated with obscure items usually can be filled.
Last week, I wrote about some Hill Country native trees and shrubs that are not rare, but certainly not common. In the process of writing, I realized there were more trees and shrubs in that category than I thought, so here are several more.
Impact Christian Fellowship hosted its first vacation Bible school June 3-7, with children attending from 8 a.m. to noon each day. With the theme “Game Changers,” Children’s Pastor Brent Davis said the event exceeded expectations.
Several weeks ago, the youth of the First Presbyterian Church led the worship service on Youth Sunday. Teenagers often are stereotyped as fickle, distracted and holding simplistic religious ideas — if any at all.
This year, Kerrville Bible Church turns 40 years old — and the local Christian community will celebrate in style at a special anniversary service and reception June 23.
Kerrville locals are invited to a preview party celebrating Playhouse 2000’s award-winning production of “The Pretty Trap” just two days before the company leaves to perform in this year’s national one-act play festival.
Residents are invited to join Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe, Gloria the hip hip Hippo and, of course, those plotting penguins as they bound onto the stage in the musical adventure “Madagascar,” which opens in Ingram on Friday.
I have always been fascinated by how creativity works. Where do ideas originate? Is that “bolt from the blue” really from the blue? Does that light bulb above our heads shed light?
Father’s Day is around the corner, so get ready to fire up the grill and break out the big guns — or in this case, the big paella pan. Paella is always fun to make and, of course, to eat.
Dear Heloise: I tried everything to keep my guacamole from turning brown, but nothing worked until I tried this: Put the guac into a container, leaving space on top and at one side. Place some chopped onion pieces into the side area only, and put the airtight lid on it. After 4 1/2 days, it …
Apollo 1 never flew. The first crewed mission of the U.S. Apollo Space Program experienced a pre-launch cabin fire at Cape Kennedy on Jan. 27, 1967, killing all three astronauts.
Keep In Touch, or “KIT,” is what this elite group of women call themselves. They are the “Original” Astronaut Wives. These women and families had “celestial courage” during the space race, and now they have vowed to keep in touch years after the space race slowed down and families went diffe…
The Pollinator Garden Assistance and Recognition Program will recognize the Pollinator Garden/Monarch Way Station outside of Wild Birds Unlimited with a plaque presentation at 11 a.m. Wednesday.
I have written before about the more common Hill Country trees and shrubs. Here are some that are not rare, but certainly not very common either. Carolina basswood, or Linden tree (Tilia caroliniana), can be a rather large tree of rich, deep, moist soils. It is fairly common throughout the w…
You might be surprised to learn an immigrant from England helped shape the outlines of our community, as well as in other communities all over Texas — and even parts of northern Mexico.
In January 2014, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that “insufficient sleep is a public health epidemic” linked to everything from vehicle crashes, industrial disasters and chronic diseases ranging from hypertension, diabetes, depression, obesity and even cancer.
Driving in my car, I listened to a news station report on the June 6 D-Day celebrations commemorating the day of the Normandy landings — initiating the Western Allied effort to liberate western Europe from Nazi Germany.
The beautiful and well-known 500-acre Mo-Ranch camp and conference center in Hunt had a problem. Children from the Rio Grande Valley have not been attending its camps in any recognizable numbers. Why?