Last week, The Kerrville Daily Times had to write two difficult stories about young girls in fights for their lives. The first was on Callie Escovedo, 12, who suffered a major stroke in July due to a rare brain disease. The second was about Arianna Lopez, 8, who was the victim of an alleged …
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David Guerra witnessed something that none of us would ever want to see in person — a horrific motorcycle crash that claimed the lives of four men.
After weeks of trying to give the most accurate numbers possible when it comes to the coronavirus pandemic, we are finally ready to throw our hands up over how Texas reports the statistics.
Even with the coronavirus pandemic proving to be a significant disruption to our daily routine, that doesn’t mean we have to forget about the importance of caring for one of our most important assets — the Guadalupe River.
Just how much the coronavirus has invaded our daily thinking is something that we’re constantly monitoring, and the opinions about the virus are divisive but also decisive in some cases.
In the midst of massive COVID-19 pandemic disruption, U.S. Representatives Ann Kirkpatrick (D-Ariz.) and Dan Newhouse (R–Wash.) brought forth a bipartisan proposal to offer tax relief to small businesses, residents and local newspapers.