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Two-year-old students begin work on their red collage on Red Day, in honor of school founder, the Rev. Marvin “Red” Bond. From left are Marli Sargent, Jackson Rollins, Charlotte Furtwengler and Cameran Smajstrla.

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Peter Thomas Baron Jr. will speak on “The Establishment of the Continental Army and their Accoutrements” at Wednesday’s meeting of the Kerrville Genealogical Society. The public is invited to attend. 

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A customer receives her “free string of pearls” as she shops at the grand opening.

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This ad for the “Grand Opening” of Gibson’s Discount Center says the first 500 ladies to visit the store in 1968 would receive a “free string of pearls.”

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The new Gibson’s Discount Center gets ready for its grand opening in 1968.

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Much cooler weather expected across Texas Saturday with a few showers possible, especially south of Kerrville 

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Electronics Technician, Submarine Navigation (ETV) 2nd Class Spencer Karkosky, from Kerrville, is awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal during a ceremony outside Fluckey Hall in Yokosuka, Japan. Karkosky, who is transitioning to civilian life, was an essential part of the Opera…

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Kerrville Elks Lodge Leader Brian Ward, left, who is retired from submarine duty with the U.S. Navy, and lodge members Jimmy and Bekki Hutto and Connie Wisnieski display the food items they presented to the Hill Country Veterans Center Food Bank. Using funds obtained from a grant from the El…