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Firefighters with Center Point VFD, Mountain Home VFD and Turtle Creek VFD conducted swift water training exercises at Center Point Dam on May 2.

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Shown is Brush Truck 8-5, which was recently put into service at the Center Point Volunteer Fire Department. The vehicle took the department six months to build, according to a Facebook post by the VFD: “A special Thanks to Kenneth Ruth with Texan Repairables LLC for building the truck, Alle…

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The Kerrville Area Chamber of Commerce today hosted the fifth annual Economic Summit at the Hill Country Youth Event Center. Speakers included Kerrville City Manager Mark McDaniel; Peterson Health President and CEO Cory Edmondson; Kerr Economic Development team of Gilberto Salinas, Theresa M…

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The Rotary Club of Kerrville sponsored their spring veterans appreciation breakfast at the Veterans Services Center in Kerrville Tuesday morning. Rotary volunteers served a hot meal that included fresh fruit and other cold sides with coffee, juice and milk available. This is a bi-annual even…

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The Museum of Western Art held amid its galleries a come-and-go reception Thursday evening for Kerrville Police Chief Chris McCall and Kerr County Sheriff Larry Leitha. Food and beverages were served for attendees to meet the law enforcement officials and browse the art displays.

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The Kerrville Renaissance Festival was held at the Hill Country Youth Event Center Friday and Saturday, Jan. 29 and 30. The pandemic-modified event was full of faire-goers enjoying food, entertainment and vendor offerings that were spaced throughout the grounds. Entrance to the event for thi…

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Firefighters from at least eight departments fought a brush fire on Thursday about 10 miles south of Kerrville. The fire was contained that afternoon as as much as 200 acres may have been affected. A clearer picture of the damage will be available Friday morning. 

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Friday morning, public servants were sworn into various positions, including those of sheriff, constable, deputy sheriff, county court-at-law judge, county commissioner, and assistant district attorney.