In addition to voicing their support for two potential housing developments, members of the Kerrville City Council gave support for downtown parking garage improvements Tuesday night during their regular meeting.

DRIPPING SPRINGS — Jogging past half court with 6:52 remaining in the second quarter, Julia Becker extended her arm toward Katie Harmon, gesturing for her teammate to give her a high five.

First responders gathered on Wednesday for a celebration of the work they did in the previous year.

The Hill Country Crisis Council has received a grant to further its efforts to combat domestic violence and provide rehabilitation efforts.

Readers will notice that, starting with today’s issue, The Kerrville Daily Times has departed from its norm by featuring a red ribbon across our masthead. We do so in partnership with Peterson Health in an effort to raise awareness of heart health.

A former Fredericksburg police officer has been arrested and booked in Kimble County and is charged with seven felony counts of invasive visual recording alleged to have occurred over the course of more than a year — including five charges in Gillespie County and two in Kerr County.

A request to use the hotel occupancy tax to pay to advertise Ingram in other parts of the state will be discussed Tuesday by city council members.

With six seconds remaining on the scoreboard at Antler Gym, coach Brian Young pumped both fists, flashing a ginormous smile toward his five Tivy players on the court.


The Civilian Conservation Corps made a lasting impression on Texas with its construction of parks all over the state. Notable nearby examples are Garner State Park and Blanco State Park, while the cabins at Bastrop State Park or Indian Lodge at Fort Davis State Park are great examples of bui…


The evening of Jan. 21 was just like any ordinary night. Ten-year-old Madaline Muñoz kissed her mom and went to bed in the comfortable single-wide mobile home her family rented.

Schreiner University will host a star party starting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Loftis Family Science Center. The event is free and open to the public.

“All that mankind has done, thought, gained or been — it is lying as in magic preservation in the pages of books,” Scottish philosopher and essayist Thomas Carlyle once wrote — but that magic is unattainable for some.