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Movies in the Park kicks off Halloween series

The Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department's "Movies in the Park" Halloween series kicks off on Saturday, October 1 at dark (weather permitting) with a showing of "Hotel Transylvania" (PG) at Louise Hays Park, 202 Thompson Drive in Kerrville.  Spectators are encouraged to bring their own blankets, insect repellant, etc... to the free event, and there will be concessions for sale on site. Throughout the month of October, the featured movies […]

todaySeptember 29, 2022

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West Kerr County Courthouse Annex set to reopen October 3rd

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 […]

todaySeptember 26, 2022

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Kerrville Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library joining the American Library Association in sponsoring Banned Books Week this week

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, […]

todaySeptember 20, 2022

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Dr. Tiffany Culver, Ph. D, featured speaker for September NAMI meeting at Dietert Center

The National Alliance on Mental Illness - Kerrville - has announced that Dr. Tiffany Culver, Ph.D will be its featured speaker for the September meeting, Thursday, September 22, at 6 p.m.in Rooms C & D at the Dietert Center, 451 Guadalupe Street, in Kerrville.  Culver is an Assistant Professor of Psychology Human Performance and Behavior at Schreiner University. The focus of September's meeting is Mental Health Matters:  An Introduction to the American Foundation […]

todaySeptember 20, 2022

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Closson named as Fredericksburg’s new CVB President and CEO

Fredericksburg's Convention and Visitor Bureau has named Brady Closson as the city's newest CVB President/CEO.  According to chair of the FCVB, Doug Cochran, "We are excited to bring Brady onboard to continue to move Fredericksburg and Gillespie County forward as one of the premier travel experiences in Texas." Previously, Closson helped serve as a consultant with the Grapevine Convention and Visitors Bureaus, and also oversaw numerous annual festivals.  He was also […]

todaySeptember 20, 2022

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Burn ban lifted for Gillespie County

Gillespie County officials announced Wednesday that the county's burn ban has been lifted.  The county says that the recent moisture will allow landowners to "catch up on burn needs." Gillespie County Judge Mark Stroeher consulted with Gillespie County Fire Marshal Steve Olfers, who said the chiefs of the county's rural fire departments felt there was sufficient recent moisture, along with forecasts for more moisture and higher humidity, to lift the […]

todaySeptember 2, 2022

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 Search party scheduled for Saturday for missing Bandera woman as authorities say none of the recent missing persons cases are related

Some residents of Bandera County recently announced that they have organized a search party for Jordan Tomkins, 25, who has been reported missing since late April.  Tomkins was last seen walking alone on PR 37 on April 22 and is 5'3" tall, 130 pounds, with brown eyes, short, dark-blond hair and has tattoos. Bandera County officials report that two of four people reported missing in the county since April have been […]

todaySeptember 2, 2022

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Kerr County First Responders to conduct joint training

The Kerrville Police Department and the Kerr County Sheriff's Office, along with the City of Kerrville Fire Department and Emergency Medical Services, Kerr County Constables, members of the Texas Department of Public Safety, Texas Game Wardens and other area law enforcement officers, will be conducting a joint two-day training exercise in crisis response at the site of the former Hal Peterson Middle School, 1607 Sidney Baker Street. This joint training […]

todayAugust 25, 2022

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134th Gillespie County Fair kicks off Thursday

The oldest county fair in Texas kicks off in Gillespie County Thursday at 5 p.m. with free admission to the Gillespie County FairGrounds. There will be free Tejano concerts provided by Erik Y. Massores. The 2022 fair is expected to draw people from around the county and the Texas Hill Country who want to see the scheduled horse racing, parade, queen's contest, livestock exhibitions and enjoy the musical entertainment. The […]

todayAugust 25, 2022 1

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