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The Ivy League on Wednesday became the first Division I conference to suspend all fall sports, including football, leaving open the possibility of moving some seasons to the spring if the coronavirus pandemic is better controlled by then.

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AUSTIN — Worsening coronavirus trends in Texas again set another grim milestone Thursday as the state reported more than 100 deaths in a single day for the first time, making this the deadliest week of the pandemic in what has rapidly become one of America's virus hot zones.

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Of all the things that I read, hear, or see about the problems in the black ethnic community,  they all indicate their challenges have been created by the white ethnic community’s systemic racism.  I hear too many whites apologizing to blacks and saying, “What can we do to make things better…

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A friend of mine commented on Facebook on Saturday their surprise that the courthouse did not have any flags out for the holiday weekend. I thought maybe they were waiting until the 4th to put them out. However, I noticed that there was really no sign of the holiday in Kerrville. Neither the…

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A divisive July 4th holiday address was delivered at Mt. Rushmore. Adding insult to injury, President Trump never asked permission from the Oglala Sioux; an independent nation, to hold the event on land by the Supreme Court ruled was stolen by the US. 

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The flat earthers and science deniers apparently are not satisfied with the national embarrassment of Texas having to compete with Arizona and Florida for having the largest increases in COVID-19 cases in recent weeks, which in turn is directly attributable to Gov. Abbott’s and Lt. Gov. Dan …

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Thank you for the July 4 front page article on patriotism. In this age of a poorly educated public you did a great job of summation in one half of a page. I lament almost daily the lack of knowledge I encounter when talking to people about our founding, the constitution and our system of gov…

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My wife and I are elderly with respiratory difficulties.  We are therefore quite vulnerable to COVID and exercise personal responsibility.  I have found that there is much disinformation being spread by WHO and others.  I wish to thank the KDT for publishing accurate information.

I read with interest the front page article “Development Countdown” 10 new discoveries about the pandemic on July 7. There is no by line on the article and no indication it is an editorial, so who wrote this article? Much of the information in the article is anecdotal, not researched science…

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Two hundred nineteen Kerr County residents were infected with the coronavirus since the start of the pandemic, two have died, 79 have recovered, 138 cases are active, and two are hospitalized, according to information released Wednesday afternoon by the city of Kerrville.

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As the coronavirus pandemic surges across Texas, almost no county has gone unscathed, but on Wednesday, Kerr County saw its worst day yet with 59 new cases of COVID-19. Overall, the day proved to be particularly bad for the state as a whole. 

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The test results from a Texas Military Department screening found at least 49 new cases of coronavirus in Kerr County sending the area's number of cases past 200, including 138 active cases. 

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DAKAR, Senegal — Conservationists have captured the first images of a group of rare Cross River gorillas with multiple babies in Nigeria's Mbe mountains, proof that the subspecies once feared to be extinct is reproducing amid protection efforts.

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A Kerrville man was arrested for the 20th time in Kerr County, this time on suspicion of dealing drugs on three occasions this year.

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A Kerrville resident with pending felonies and misdemeanors was arrested for the fifth time in Kerr County, this time on suspicion of possessing methamphetamine and resisting arrest.

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A Hunt resident was arrested on accusations of driving while intoxicated, vandalism, assault and felony drug possession.