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Editor's Picks

Wednesday, April 3, 2024 - 12:00am

Let’s talk trash.

Wednesday, March 27, 2024 - 12:00am

In the face of the wildfires devastating North Texas, Rancho Colorado Del Norte, a 100-year-old family farming and ranching operation in D’Hanis, is extending a helping hand to the affected farmers through the Panhandle Fire Relief Fund.

News

Students in Bandera County now have yearround access to free mental health care through a state program that offers telehealth counseling to Texas school districts.

Jul 17, 2024 - 00:00

Dinosaur George and his museum took over the Rodney Camp Pavilion at the Medina Community Library Wednesday, July 10,from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. There were dinosaur bones and skull replicas everywhere.

Jul 17, 2024 - 00:00

The e-edition of the Bulletin has two extra pages of content. Stories this week include a new exhibit at the Frontier Times Museum, tips on enjoying National Parka and Recreation Month, and more! Visit BanderaBulletin.com today to read the e-edition, which is avaialable to all subscribers.

Senior dogs at A Doggie 4 You in Pipe Creek are set for brighter futures thanks to a grant from The Grey Muzzle Organization.

Sports

Jul 17, 2024 - 00:00

industry remains stable despite challenges

BANDERA HOSTS COWBOY CLASSIC ALL-STAR TOURNAMENT

Jun 12, 2024 - 00:00

MEDINA TRIO MAKE ALLSTATE

After concluding their season as four-time District Champions, the Medina Bobcat Baseball team was able to honor many athletes with All-District honors.

Opinions

For some folks, the first time they heard about Project 2025 was last week, when Donald Trump announced that he had no idea what it was or who wrote it, except to think it had some ridiculous ideas and he wanted nothing to do with it, though he wished the writers well (!).

After President Joe Biden’s string of political liabilities – most visibly captured at the last presidential debate – the Democratic elite are scrambling to determine whether to lock in behind Biden and force the American people to accept it, or shuttle him aside.

Jul 17, 2024 - 00:00

Right now, in at least the two counties around me, people widely believe women are being sex-trafficked out of busy parking lots in broad daylight with drugs being sprinkled on everything from $20 bills to green tomatoes lying on the ground in a parking lot median.

More than 2 million Texans lost power when Hurricane Beryl hit the Texas coast, and Gov. Greg Abbott wants to know why. The Austin American-Statesman reported Abbott has ordered the Public Utility Commission to conduct an immediate study into why the Houston area has again been hit by widespread power outages.

Obituaries

Jul 17, 2024 - 00:00

Helen ‘Rose’ King passed away July 2, 2024. She was born in Jacksonville, AL on December 22, 1930 to Helen Rose and John F. Waters.

Jul 10, 2024 - 00:00

Phillip “Mason” Hunt, born the 23rd of May 1962 in Houston, Texas, passed away Saturday, June 29th, 2024, where his mother welcomed him into heaven by providing a rainstorm on his beloved ranch in Bandera, Texas.

Longtime Bandera resident and business owner Lady Weldon “Bungy” Hedley Grant Ellington Hartshorn Eberhardt passed away peacefully on June 25, 2024, at the LaGrange home of her daughter and son-in-law, Ballan and Dan Keen. Bungy would have been 90 in November and will be fondly remembered by all in Bandera for her outgoing zest for life and love for the “Cowboy Capital of the World!”

Jun 26, 2024 - 00:00

Dayton, being born in 1928, lived 96 years on this earth. He said no one could imagine how the world had changed in his lifetime. Yet, even through the hard times, he still would say, “what a beautiful world”. He left home at an early age and joined the Merchant Marines at the age of 16 in 1944 as WWII raged. In March, 1945, an enemy Submarine torpedoed and sank his Liberty Ship in the English channel while they were carrying ammunition cargo to France. If it had hit just a few feet to one side, the ship would have blown and the whole crew would have perished. He joined the Army Air Force in 1946 and was stationed on the island of Guam. Dayton said that it took a while for word to get to everyone that the war was over, so the fighting continued for some time. Dayton did not like to speak about his service. He did not want to draw attention to himself.