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Peace officers booked seven people into the Kerr County jail in the last three days on accusations of driving while intoxicated.

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A man crashed a pickup into a pole across the street from Walmart while suffering an unspecified medical episode Monday afternoon.

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The excitement in the room Saturday at the Hill Country Youth Event Center was palpable as hundreds turned out for the final — and arguably the most important — day of the 76th Annual Hill Country District Junior Livestock Show.  

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The excitement in the room Saturday at the Hill Country Youth Event Center was palpable as hundreds turned out for the final — and arguably the most important — day of the 76th Annual Hill Country District Junior Livestock Show Sale.  

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It’s a packed sheriff’s race, and there seem to be no shortage of forums and meet-the-candidate events in advance of the March 3 primary.

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A nonprofit that helps people get homes they otherwise could not afford has invited the public to a blessing and dedication of its latest project in Kerrville.

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Locally heavy rains could continue this evening in the Kerrville area, and isolated flooding is possible, according to a hazardous weather advisory issued today by the National Weather Service.There is a 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly before 3 a.m., according to NWS. …

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Property owners have until the end of this month to pay their ad valorem taxes to the Kerr County Tax Assessor-Collector’s Office.

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Tivy High School agriculture students were among the hundreds of competitors at the Hill Country Youth Event Center on Thursday, there to show their pigs, goats, sheep and steers at the Hill Country District Junior Livestock Show.

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Kerrville’s newest retail stores have announced their grand openings, signifying what should be a busy year for growth and development in the city for 2020. 

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Abby Nightingale loves sheep so much she returned to the Hill Country after college to give back and help other young sheep enthusiasts.  Her Bandera 4-H team known as Abby’s Kids, were among the many competitors at the Hill Country District Junior Livestock Show on Wednesday held at the Hil…

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Ingram Elementary School is still on track to reopen today following an outbreak of illness that left more than 30 percent of students absent on Monday, according to the district’s superintendent. 

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After more than two hours of discussion Tuesday night, the Kerrville City Council unanimously approved a plan to enter an agreement with the developer of 510 homes in an area along Texas 16 and south of the Riverhill area.

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An Ingram meth dealer has been sentenced to 32 years in prison. 

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Do you have a Clue that electronic devices have Monopoly on your Life?  Unplug from those electronic devices and plug in to your family by playing board games.  Join us at The Salvation Army Kroc Center for Family Game Nights.  No experience necessary — all skill levels welcome.  A variety o…

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The Kerr Arts and Cultural Center opens three new exhibits today: the annual “Images,” “Monday Artists” and “Spatial Images & Emotional Expressions.” “Images” has been running for 21 years and features KACC members and artists.

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District board of trustees will consider approving the addition of 23 new courses to the Tivy High School course catalog tonight at their regular meeting.