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West Kerr County Courthouse Annex set to reopen October 3rd

todaySeptember 26, 2022

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Beginning Monday, September 26, the West Kerr County Courthouse Annex will be closed as it prepares to relocate to its new home at 510 College Street in Ingram. The closure will continue through Friday, September 30, meaning those in the western portion of the county will need to conduct their business at the main courthouse, 700 Main Street in Kerrville.

The West Kerr Annex will reopen in its new location on Monday, October 3 at the site of the former Ingram Independent School District office. This site has served as an early polling facility in the past.

The new location will house the tax and title office, the Justice of the Peace (Pct. 4) office, the Pct. 4 Constable office and a sheriff’s deputy office.  “We apologize for any temporary inconveniences this may cause, but we are excited about the many additional benefits the new location will provide our citizens in West Kerr County,” said Kerr County Commissioner (Pct. 4) Don Harris.

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The Kerrville Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library will be joining the American Library Association in sponsoring Banned Books Week this week, September 18-24, an annual celebration of the right to have access to books without censorship.  Since its inception in 1982, the event is intended to allow readers an opportunity to decide for themselves what to read. Since 1990, the American Library Association's (ALA) Office has recorded more than 10,000 book challenges, […]

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