Conservative activist and Turning Point founder/president Charlie Kirk spoke to a group of over 450 enthusiastic conservatives from Austin, Fredericksburg, Kerrville, San Antonio and Bandera on Friday night at the Ridin’ the River Cowboy Church.
The 4 Way Bar & Grill celebrated its fifth anniversary on Saturday, May 1, and started its sixth year of growing at fast pace.
An idea that became an event last June has produced good results, including getting folks out of their houses more, a weekly community dinner and a revenue stream.
FEMA is providing financial assistance for COVID-19 related funeral expenses incurred after January 20, 2020, under 2021’s Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act and American Rescue Plan Act.
Medina High School senior Ethan Ashley was one of six Texas students to receive a $2,000 scholarship through the 2021 Marsha Martin Scholarship Program.
Three Bandera Lady Bulldog soccer athletes were named to The Texas Association of Soccer Coaches All-Region and All-State teams.
The Lady Bulldog Softball team closed out their season on Tuesday, April 20 with a final count of eight wins and 11 losses for the year.
Warriors Heart kicks off a two-week celebration of their fifth anniversary today, and celebrations will include the release of the documentary ‘Warriors Heart – Warriors Healing Warriors” on Amazon Prime, an online auction featuring art made by “warriors” during treatment and celebrations of program advancements posted to social media channels.
The Medina Lady Bobcat softball team is headed to the District 28-1A playoffs.
There are times in life where we find ourselves stuck. We cannot visualize the next move for our careers, relationships or goals. We may feel like we are idling out; we want to hit the gas, but what direction would we drive? The indecisiveness may wreak havoc on our peace of mind and one may easily find themselves stuck in an endless circle of what if’s.
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For anyone out there that has attempted or mastered the art of meditation, oftentimes the suggestion is to close your eyes and picture yourself somewhere beautiful and relaxing. For me, I always picture myself at the beach.
Russell “D” Jenkins, 55, of Bandera, Texas, passed away on April 27, 2021, in Bandera. He was born in Galveston, Texas to Clifford and Jessie Jenkins on July 10, 1965.
Marilyn Kresser Stone was born August 10, 1935, in Rochester, NY, to Donald and Mary Kresser and died April 26, 2021.
Olivia English Andrade, 91, of Bandera, Texas, passed away on April 19, 2021, in San Antonio, Texas. She was born in Pender County, North Carolina, to Effie English on December 28, 1929. She married Tony H. Andrade on January 14, 1952, in San Antonio, Texas.
Charles William Weber, Jr. (Bill) died April 10, 2021.