Four years ago this month, my wife, our six children and I moved to this great town. It was the first time for our family to live in the Hill Country. As with all moves, you do not know what to expect.
Four years ago this month, my wife, our six children and I moved to…
Shopping locally owned and operated businesses provides the backbon…
Sidney Baker Street bridge needs to be made more pedestrian-friendl…
Central Texas Electric Cooperative announced last week that they pl…
The Kerrville Daily Times Editorial Board
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
As I approach my ninth decade of life in Kerrville, I have seen many changes in life in Kerrville. I was raised next door to Schreiner Univers… Read more
Recently, the Kerrville city council recommended to the Texas Department of Transportation to reduce the current four-lane traffic pattern on … Read more
I am getting pretty tired of all these folks on TV and other media taking sides against different races and pitting them against one another. … Read more
Before we spend $6 trillion on Biden’s pet projects, we should address another pressing matter. Read more
Since all of us who purchase gasoline, we contribute a good portion of the price of gasoline as road tax. I have noticed and too often hit the… Read more
Thank you to the Kerrville Parks and Recreation Dept. for the beautiful and very informative magazine they mailed to Kerrville residents this week! Read more
On May 22, I celebrated the release of my debut novel with a small concert at Schreiner University. Friends and family from far and wide gath… Read more
I want to thank the person that found and turned in my FitBit watch to H-E-B. It is so nice to know that we have many caring people in Kerrville Read more
Since we’re doing lyrics in the opinion section of (The Kerrville Daily Times), here’s an anthem for Kerrville to the melody and cadence of “I… Read more
A huge thank you to Chuck and Sammie Downey, owners of the Shutter Factory. They have been to our house three times to measure and install sh… Read more
I would like to compliment Roman Garcia for his win to the city council (on Saturday, May 1). It’s time Kerrville got some fresh ideas in gove… Read more
I read, with equal parts of humor and frustration, Ms. Brennan’s May 18 letter to the editor (in The Kerrville Daily Times) being critical of … Read more
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas announced “tight grid conditions” related to outages and increased June usage of power. ERCOT has requested everyone set their thermostats at 78 degrees or higher. Supposedly, this decreases usages by 6-8%. The request lasts through Friday, June 18.
A bill, HB 1359, has been filed by a legislator from Fredericksburg that would allow Texans to vote on whether the state should secede from the U.S. According to the bill, the vote would be a non-binding referendum, and a ballot would be printed containing this language: "Should the legisl…
Video game systems have been available since at least the 1980s, which means there are now multiple generations of gamers. We're curious to know what kind of video games you prefer, whether they run on game systems, cellphones, tablets, desktops or laptops. Please select your favorite kind.