Today is a bittersweet day for our community as a faithful servant hangs up his badge after decades of honorable service to his neighbors.
Today is a bittersweet day for our community as a faithful servant …
Vaccines are here, albeit in limited supply.
The long-anticipated Christmas holiday is nearly upon us. It conjur…
As the U.S. Food and Drug Administration moves to approve the COVID…
I have some curiosity about the current stimulus bill. The Democra…
The will of the voters in Ingram was to enact change by electing tw…
If there’s one thing that can be said about the Salvation Army here…
For thousands of small businesses, including more than 800 here in …
The coronavirus pandemic is a disaster — no question — but the way …
It will be decided today.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Daily Times reported in Tuesday’s newspaper that 500 doses of Moderna vaccine has been administered to Peterson Health employees. Peterson doe… Read more
As with anyone who read the article by his daughter, it was deeply saddening to learn of Dr. Anand Mehendale's passing due to COVID-19. His st… Read more
I am writing because I want to remind folks to wear their masks properly. Properly means covering your nose as well as your mouth. Among other… Read more
Why do some residents of Kerrville not want to protect their family, friends, and other citizens, by not wearing a mask? Read more
Kerrville could use a boost when it comes to Christmas decorations Read more
Again the Associated Press has furnished you a wildly biased article, about Trump, for the front page of your weekend edition. If this news s… Read more
I must confess, the Democratic Party stole the election, and here’s how we did it. Read more
Today when I was leaving H-E-B on Sidney Baker, I heard the chimes in town playing a Christmas song, and I was surprised how much it brightene… Read more
As Trump’s whining becomes more delusional and psychotic, it seems his minions are following him down the rabbit hole! Prior to the election,… Read more
President Trump continues to claim the 2020 Presidential Election was rigged and the outcome invalid because he lost. Apparently, the people w… Read more
I’m puzzled! Why are we closing the library — where I’ve never seen more than a dozen people — but allowing the Cailloux Theater to put on p… Read more
I have to take issue with Louis Amestoy’s concept of media bias (Nov 28). “…the real issue is not listening to someone else’s story”. Do you m… Read more
In formulating policies, developing protocols and determining methods of enforcement to control the spread of COVID-19, public officials are a… Read more
There was a not a soul at the table this year. Mom and Dad celebrated Thanksgiving in Heaven with Jesus. My friend passed passed away from the… Read more
The Kerrville City Council approved a plan on Wednesday that would provide 33 acres of city-owned property to homebuilder Lennar. In turn, Lennar is expected to build a minimum of 125 homes priced between $185,000 and $227,000. The City Council says workforce housing is an important priority…
In an effort to curb the spread of coronavirus, Kerr County Judge Rob Kelly asked the Texas Department of State Health Services to remove the county from the mask order exemption that is had previously received last month.