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With the help of generous residents, businesses and nonprofits, the Kerrville Police Department was able to hand out Christmas gifts for more than 200 area children.

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After a group proposed designating Kerr County a “2nd Amendment Sanctuary County,” county commissioners ended their Monday meeting questioning whether they should start vetting folks requesting items on the agenda. 

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Despite testimony from supporters, a 38-year-old woman was sentenced to eight years in prison after violating her probation in two 2016 drunk driving cases. 

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With less than two weeks before Christmas, there is no excuse to procrastinate for those holiday gifts, especially in and around Kerrville, where gift givers can find something unique for a friend, a loved one or someone who just needs to be spoiled. From a simple charm produced by a legenda…

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William Richards, 12, of Kerrville, volunteered at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church’s Deck The Halls With Spaghetti and Meatballs dinner on Wednesday night. Photo by Louis Amestoy. 

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The former vice president of a separatist group was approved for parole this month and could be freed Jan. 7. 

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A 19-year-old Kerrville man who pleaded guilty in felony court to strangling his grandmother with a cellphone charger cord a year ago was given probation recently on the condition that he stay on his prescribed psychiatric medication.

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A long-held vision for a regional public defender’s office picked up some support among local judges, but an actual concrete plan may still be years away.

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It may be easy for a city dweller to take fire hydrants for granted. But for people living out in the county, instant access to a large amount of water may be the difference between dealing with a little smoke damage and saying goodbye to all of one’s worldly goods. 

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There seems to be no stopping Anne Comegys.

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Commissioners voted unanimously Monday to develop an arrangement with a new nonprofit to alleviate staffing and space issues at the county animal control facility. 

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The Kerrville movie theater where police said a man killed himself following a standoff last month may be open before the end of the month. 

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Commissioners just voted unanimously to develop an arrangement with a new nonprofit to alleviate staffing and space issues at the county animal control facility. 

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The Kerrville Fire Department has a new engine, and with it comes the hope that it will keep firemen safe and serve the community well, said Kerrville resident Amanda Goodman.

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The city of Kerrville’s code enforcement department, a division of the development services department, is now using MyGovernmentOnline as its database for code enforcement cases.

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A simple idea to earn a little holiday cash has snowballed into a larger opportunity for some Tivy High School students.  

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Greystone Academy, the military academy prep school at Schreiner University, will move to the University of the Ozarks in Clarksville for the 2020-21 school year. 

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The position of mayor for the city of Kerrville, as well as council member Places 3 and 4, are up for election in May 2020. Candidate applications are available for those interested in filing to be on the ballot.

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Hundreds of aspiring young chefs filled the Hill Country Youth Event Center on Thursday to take part in the District 10 4-H Fall Round Up.

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A plan to rezone more than 200 acres that would clear the way for more than 500 homes to be constructed hit a major snag Thursday night when the city of Kerrville Planning and Zoning Commission deadlocked in a 3-3 vote on what to do with the project. 

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Everywhere you looked Thursday night, there were people clutching a 4-pound behemoth of Texas history, and they were all waiting patiently for a chance to have the book signed by the author — Stephen Harrigan. 

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A plan to rezone more than 200 acres that would clear the way for more than 500 homes to be constructed hit a major snag Thursday night when the city of Kerrville Planning and Zoning Commission deadlocked in a 3-3 vote on what to do with the project. 

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Ingram has a new municipal prosecutor after a meeting on Tuesday during which the City Council voted 3-1 to hire a firm from San Antonio.

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If you accepted the task of writing a history of Texas, a book telling the story of our state, what writing tool would be most helpful? Would it be a complete research library, a quiet room in which to work, or a trusty IBM Selectrict typewriter?

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A proposed project that amounts to about 510 homes south of the Riverhill area is the topic of discussion at Kerrville’s Planning and Zoning Commission meeting today.

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A woman in her mid-20s with drug abuse and domestic violence problems has surrendered all of her five young children to the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services.