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The Texas Department of Transportation may run a traffic and engineering study on Texas Highway 27 within Ingram city limits after the Ingram City Council approved asking for it during a meeting on Tuesday.

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Two retired peace officers seeking the highest law enforcement post in the county made their cases before a room full of Rotarians and answered questions Wednesday afternoon at the Kroc Center.

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The regent and some of the officers and members of the Major James Kerr Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution had the opportunity to support literacy when they attended the dedication of a “book vending machine” at Ingram Elementary School on Jan. 31.  

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After the Texas Western (University of Texas at El Paso) basketball team had earned a 72-65 victory over Kentucky to capture the NCAA championship on March 19, 1966, Miners’ center Nevil Shed gazed into the crowd of 14,253 spectators in Cole Field House, searching for his biggest role model.

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Michael Edward Springer, of Kerrville, was arrested on Friday by a sheriff’s deputy who accused him of dealing less than 1 gram of a drug in penalty group 1. The group includes methamphetamine, cocaine and heroin. He also was accused of possessing less than 28 grams of a drug in penalty grou…

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A Junction man was in the Kerr County jail Monday on accusations of two fraud charges stemming from accusations he used someone credib or debit card without their consent. 

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy said Friday there is no investigation into the Army officer who until last week worked at the White House National Security Council and was a key witness in the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump.

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Home improvement star Chip Gaines decided to show his wife, Joanna, just how much he loves her by painting a giant Valentine's Day heart at their Waco-based business — The Silos. 

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The Hill Country Youth Ranch Auxiliary celebrated their first meeting of 2020 with a ceremony honoring those members who have been volunteers for five years. 

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Stone Reyes Alvarez, 23, of Kerrville, was arrested by a Kerrville police officer, who accused him of misdemeanors, including possessing less than 2 ounces of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Alvarez also was accused of a state jail felony: possession of less than 1 gram of a controlled sub…

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Keith Lee Hil, 33, was arrested Saturday by a Kerrville police officer on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.  

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A “pillar” of one of the local Rotary Clubs who had been a Rotarian for almost five decades was awarded an honorary membership following his retirement from the group. 

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In line with a recurring theme in local public affairs, officials at Thursday’s economic summit in Kerrville stressed the need for more housing — and for more affordable housing. 

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Most areas across Kerr County picked up 0.50” to 1.50” of rain Tuesday into Wednesday. A few locations may have received less than that, but all locations picked up rainfall over the past day or two.