Over the last two weeks, Kerr County students have received a crash course in police work.
Local ham radio operators will showcase an emergency communications station capable of keeping Kerrville connected to the outside world in the event of a massive outage or other emergency.
I hope all the dad’s in Kerr County had a relaxing and enjoyable Father’s Day. I thought a lot about my dad on Sunday and remembered the important things he taught me about life. Work hard every day, be empathetic to others, enjoy the outdoors and love your family.
Ask people what architecture comes to mind when they think of downtown Kerrville, and they’ll invariably mention the City Hall clocktower and the county courthouse. By this time next year, there likely will be a new addition to this top list of iconic buildings: Broadway Bank.
Before he was Bo Duke on “The Dukes of Hazzard,” before he was an accomplished actor, singer, performer and director, John Schneider was just a kid who loved music. A kid who simply hoped to earn a good role in his elementary school’s upcoming musical.
The library will host an astronomy presentation with special guests from the Hill Country Astronomers today at 2 p.m. Anyone wanting to learn more about the night sky or how to use a telescope is invited to attend.
Sunday night saw a tornado warning and heavy thunderstorms, leaving many broken trees and more than 100 Kerr County residents without power.
The state of Texas is changing how local government determines residential building permits and inspection fees, effective immediately, which will be a topic of discussion at tonight’s Ingram City Council meeting.
Residents adopted cats and dogs Saturday morning and afternoon at Pet Supplies Plus. The event also featured entertainment and a bake sale benefitting Buck Wild Animal Rescue.
With skateboarding comes excitement, bruises and community, but most of all, it comes with life lessons. That’s what many were saying at the annual Kerrville Skateboard Competition on Saturday.
Several defendants accused of pedophilia-related crimes have trial dates this summer, including the case of a 29-year-old Mountain Home man accused of sodomizing a boy while being infected with HIV.
GLENSIDE, PENNSYLVANIA — Kerrville resident Christopher Lear was awarded a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science at Arcadia University’s 2019 graduate and undergraduate commencement ceremonies on May 16- 17.
Kaylee Kramer of Harper was selected to receive the 2019 All-American Scholar Award sponsored by Catholic Life Insurance, one of the nation’s top 10 largest fraternal life insurers. Each year, Catholic Life awards 35 scholarships worth $1,000 each to graduating high school seniors who have n…
The Major James Kerr Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Kerrville, met for its last monthly meeting of the year on May 28 at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church.
Amid cheering and much hoopla at the Kerrville Independent School District end-of-school-year celebration, the Kerrville Public School Foundation announced the recipients of its 2019 Teacher of the Year award.
The Upper Guadalupe River Authority awarded Canyon Springs Ranch Homeowners Association $2,500 to support the construction of a rainwater catchment system at the Hunt Volunteer Fire Department satellite firehouse, which is located in the Canyon Spring Ranch neighborhood.
The Destination Roadrunners motorcycle club recently presented the Veterans Assistance Dogs of Texas with a check for $500 to go toward training a service dog that will later be given to a disabled veteran.
The Department of Veterans Affairs will host a job fair at the Kerrville VA Medical Facility on Saturday, June 22, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The job fair is open to all interested candidates.
Schreiner University has announced the recent hiring of Wanda Sparks, RN, PhD, as the new director of nursing to oversee its nursing program. Sparks will start June 17.
About 30 people attended a Flag Day ceremony on Friday at the Kerrville VFW post on Thompson Drive. Residents offered prayers, sung “The Star-Spangled Banner” and witnessed the retirement of several worn U.S. flags, which were ceremoniously burned according to American law and custom.
The room was filled with colors, walls covered in frames that held little worlds inside them — worlds where the streets were made of rhythm, the buildings of emotions, the people of imagination.
City and county officials will hold meetings in the near future to discuss animal control, airport improvements, the use of incentives for economic development and more.
Kerr County will begin its months-long budgeting process Monday with a 9 a.m. workshop, where commissioners and other officials will be in attendance.
A 6-inch water line broke on the intersection of Quinlan and Schreiner streets on Friday afternoon, closing the intersection and leaving about five open businesses out of water service for a couple of hours.
The Destination Roadrunners motorcycle club recently presented the Veterans Assistance Dogs of Texas with a check for $500 to go towards training a service dog that will later be given to a disabled veteran.
Humans aren’t the only creatures on earth who raise families, make war or use tools, but they seem to be the only ones who imbue objects with a shared, deep meaning.
State Senator Dawn Buckingham will host a meet-and-greet event in Kerrville this afternoon. The event, which is open to the public, will be from 3 to 4:15 p.m. in the lobby of the One Schreiner Center building, 918 Water St.
Grab a skateboard and helmet and head over to Singing Wind Park on Saturday for the annual Kerrville Skateboard Competition. Warm up starts at 9:30 a.m., and the competition begins at 10 a.m.
A 19-year-old man placed on probation less than two months ago for reportedly burglarizing Ingram Elementary School last year is in the county jail on suspicion of vandalizing and burglarizing the city’s middle and high schools, as well as a church, last week.