Lt. Col. Kimberly P. Rhoades will retire from the U.S. Air Force effective Nov. 1, after serving
GULFPORT, Miss. — “We Build, We Fight” has been the motto of the U.S. Navy’s Construction Force, known as the “Seabees,” for the past 75 years. Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Ian McWilliams — a Kerrville native and 2005 Tivy High School graduate — builds and fights around the world as a member…
Pastor Dale Friedrich was honored by the congregation, friends and family of Fourquare Gospel Church, 915 Bluebell Road, for 25 years of service in the ministry Oct. 18. His wife, Gladys, and son, Aaron were also recognized.
On March 4, more than 100 friends, family and admirers of Julia Finger gathered at Riverhill Country Club to celebrate the nonagenarian’s 95th birthday.
Few TV and movie franchises have had as much impact on American culture than “Star Trek,” and on Friday, the world bid farewell to one of the cult classic’s icons, Leonard Nimoy, world famous to “Star Trek” fans as the pointy-eared, purely logical science officer Mr. Spock.
James Keith Asbury, formerly lead singer of the band Nautical Nation, has embarked on a solo career, and his first solo CD, “Nomad to Nowhere,” will be released this summer.
Kerrville resident Michal Ilich celebrated his 101st birthday on Thursday with family, friends and fellow residents at Brookdale-Guadalupe River Plaza, 135 Plaza Drive.
When I was a reporter at USA Today, I had the pleasure of interviewing and spending time with some of the most fascinating people ever to grace a movie screen: Katharine Hepburn, Gregory Peck, Paul Newman and one of my favorites, James Garner.