There’s good news for the Kerrville City Council but we’re sensing big political vulnerability coming up in 2020 as the Council is inevitably faced with a workforce housing decision that could be problematic.
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In a time of crisis, it’s an important reminder to be grateful for our law enforcement community. When word of the shooting at Kerrville Walmart spread, police and deputies responded in force to the store, helping evacuate employees, while searching the store for a possible suspect.
If you love music, 2020 might be a great year for live music with several super groups reuniting for shows, including Eagles, who will feature Vince Gill. However, we posed a Facebook question to see if our readers were more interested in the Doobie Brothers or Motley Crue — both reforming a…
When you look at the most recent Texas Education Agency ratings involving schools across the state, there are some clear examples of what’s working and not working, but in Kerrville, B.T. Wilson Sixth Grade School’s performance was a head-scratcher to many of us.
Climate change is one of the most challenging political questions of our time, and how to handle it remains divise. However, poll after poll seems to point a picture of concern among many Americans, including right here in Kerrville.
A couple of weeks ago, I had a chance to interview National Museum of the Pacific War Director Rorie Cartier and Chris McDougal, who heads up the Fredericksburg-based museum’s archives and collections.
When it comes to celebrating our veterans, there’s not a singular focus here in the Hill Country, but there certainly is widespread enthusiasm and support here for those who have served.
When Kerr County Commissioners made a controversial decision to close the county’s animal shelter on Saturdays, because of the circumstances surrounding the decision, it has called into quesiton the transparency of the court.
Today’s Hits and Misses offers a wide range of things to consider from the last week, and that’s not surprising, considering we just had an important election with the Texas Constitution and the city of Kerrville charter.
Today voters across Texas will go to the polls to cast ballots in state and local races. Right here in the Hill Country, voters will be asked to consider 10 proposed amendments to the state’s constitution. In the city of Kerrville, voters will be asked to consider 19 proposed changes to the…
Of all the polls we’ve conducted on The Daily Times website none generated more interest than the one we asked about who their favorite candidate was for the Kerr County Sheriff.
The city of Kerrville has gone through an extensive revamp of its charter — the document that runs the city — and we generally support 18 of the 19 propositions that voters will decide upon, but Proposition N gives us pause.
Tuesday’s edition of The Kerrville Daily Times was a celebration of community achievement in many ways, but most importantly when it comes to education.
The Kerr County Commissioners Court’s decision to hold a large public hearing about its action to close the county’s animal shelter on Saturday is the right one, but it should have happened initially rather than on Nov. 18.
Our weekly poll asking about what forms of energy residents of Kerrville prefer when it comes to generating electricity showed that residents like the idea of renewables, but still liked natural gas.
There are so many organizations that have the right idea when it comes to serving our community but that lack the necessary support to flourish. One example of this is the Texas Ramp Project — a statewide nonprofit group that builds ramps for those who can’t afford it.
There’s something great going on in Kerrville when it comes to volunteerism and our senior residents, especially when it comes to those who need rides around town.
The county of Kerr has a budgetary problem that is not going to fix itself anytime soon. One of the biggest problems is with overtime, and how to manage it.
We threw some polls up on Facebook asking our fans what they thought of various fair food items, and here are the results. It’s clear they are very fond of things fried, especially sugary dough.
Readers are definitely split, if not opposed to the idea of providing incentives for affordable housing in Kerrville. We asked the question last week with three choices for response: Yes, No and we don’t need more people in Kerrville.
There seems to be nothing simple about the Kerr County Commissioner’s decision to close the county’s animal shelter on weekends, especially under the circumstances of the decision.
Everyone loves a parade but this community seems especially to love them, particularly when it involves Tivy High School. That was the case last week when hundreds, if not several thousands, turned out to see the school’s annual homecoming parade that cruised its way down Water Street into d…
There are people in every community who will never pay attention to what’s going on around them — until it’s actually going on. In that vein, we like to test that idea, to see if folks are paying attention.
With the Kerrville Triathlon Festival in town last weekend there were going to be some road and lane closures to accommodate the cycling portions of the event’s various races. The biggest impact was closing the cross street at Sidney Baker and Water Street, which caused a significant backup,…
This week on the Daily Times’ website we ask readers their opinion about the proposed Kerrville 2050 plan, which would help the city reshape its zoning and planning practices. The City Council and city staff have worked quickly to implement the plan. Just some of the details on the plan inc…
On a weekly basis, we’re going to use polling and questions to see what you think about progress in Kerrville, the state of Texas, some national issues and some that may seem kind of silly.
As part of our mission this Editorial Board takes the job of accountability seriously, but at the same time it’s important to recognize the work being done to make this community a better place.
Editor’s note: The Hits and Misses column is a new feature to The Kerrville Daily Times and features some of the good and bad in our community each week. This feature will appear every Friday on the opinion page.
The passing of Matias Rodriguez should remind all of us about service and sacrifice to a community. Sometimes we forget those who have done so much, asked for so little and have made all of our lives a little bit better.
We’re asking residents this question: How confident or pessimistic are you about the likelihood that Kerrville will be a great place to live, work and raise children in 20 years? To answer, click here.
If there’s anything we can appreciate about freshman U.S. Rep. Chip Roy, it is a streak of pragmatism we saw during his visit to Kerrville this week.
There is a lot of fake news out there. We see it every day. We work hard to ensure the content in this newspaper is balanced, fair and, most importantly, accurate.
The second week of school is starting today, and now that the students and teachers have connected with each other, it’s time to remind ourselves about the important work that needs to be done in our community.
The signs are everywhere that people in Kerrville don’t really like big signs — or electronic signs or the ones that stick out and might hit you on the head.
...To Gary Priour, for his more than four decades ministering to the physical and spiritual needs of abused, neglected and abandoned children. Priour, who founded Hill Country Youth Ranch in Ingram, will step down from the position of executive director in January.