The Grand Entry on Friday night, May 28, 2021, had just been completed, and bareback riders were ready when Mother Nature decided to put us to the test. She won.
Cheyenne Balog of Cheyenne’s Beauty shows off her many styles of lip gloss at the Butterfly Fair, which was held May 29 and featured young artists and entrepreneurs. BULLETIN PHOTO/Tracy Thayer
Ranchers and livestock producers may be eligible for financial assistance through the Livestock Forage Disaster Program (LFP) for 2021 grazing losses due to drought.
The 24 Medina High School students making up the Class of 2021 throw their caps in the air in celebration at the conclusion of the graduation ceremony on May 28. Earlier that day, a parade was thrown in celebration of the seniors. BULLETIN PHOTO/Chuck McCollough
Left to right,son, Austin Cortez, mom, Stacy Austin, daughter, Paige Hildebrand, son, Bo Austin, and dad, Rodney Austin, stand behind a new sign that will be set up soon at Wander Inn Cabins. The location at 844 SH 173 North had a market day on June 5, and owners Stacy and Rodney Austin are predicting a good summer for Bandera hospitality businesses. BULLETIN PHOTO/Chuck McCollough
The season this year has been quite the roller coaster of a season. At the beginning of the year, we started out 3-2 in the preseason.
Medina lost the first two games of a best of three series in playoff action late last week.
The Bandera High School (BHS) Athletic Department held its annual banquet and awards ceremony on Monday, May 3 in the BHS Auditorium.
Joshua Hampton was the lone qualifier for Medina High School to the State Track & Field meet held at the University of Texas in Austin.
Editor’s Note: This is the latest in an ongoing series.
“What’s My Line” was a TV show that ran from 1950 to 1967, wherein the panelists Bennet Cerf, Arlene Francis and Soupy Sales tried to guess the line of business of the contestants. The emphasis was on humor, to draw lots of laughs.
Last Friday, my amazingly thoughtful coworker, Fran, offered to buy us a team lunch. It was an incredibly lovely gesture, considering food is one of my love languages. As the four of us sat there enjoying our food and brainstorming over additional ways the Bandera Bulletin could serve the community, I found myself incredibly distracted by my phone.
The death of a loved one is always a difficult and challenging time. The last thing you need while you are grieving is to have to deal with the IRS and state tax officials. Yet, unfortunately, estate and inheritance tax rules may require this interaction if your estate is not properly prepared.
Jennifer Leigh King was born March 30, 1974, in San Antonio, Texas, to Doug King and Julie Spell King and died peacefully at her home in San Antonio on May 30, 2021, at the age of 47 years old.
On Sunday, May 30, 2021, Sheran Marla Nixon, loving wife and mother of two children, passed away at age 65.
Louis Vincent Roney, passed away on May 17, 2021. Born on April 2, 1965, in San Antonio, to parents Lou and Betty Roney. Louis was a proud graduate of Southwest Texas State University, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Science.
On May 22, 2021, Geraldine (Geri) Joyce Rypple passed away at the age of 73 at her home in Bandera, Texas. Geri was born on June 2, 1947, in Nixon, Texas to Harvey Kalison Alderman and Velma Louise (Walpole) Alderman. She was the oldest of four children.