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Editor’s note – Readers are reminded that an arrest is not an indication of guilt. People are presumed innocent after an arrest until convicted.
Hello Bandera, my name is Cindy Coffey, and I am a conservative and have been regardless of geographical location. I always believed there is a swamp that not only runs deep but trickles down.
I, Toni Kunz, am running for a seat on the City Council for the City of Bandera.
The Bandera Bulletin asked two questions of the three women seeking the City Council seats that are up for election this year in Bandera.
The Bandera varsity football team hosted Devine Friday night, Oct. 23, and the Warhorses utilized a bruising run game and stout defensive effort to knock off the Bulldogs, improving to 6-2 on the season.
With the weather expected to be cold and wet Wednesday morning, Oct. 28, organizers of the District 28-4A Cross Country Meet have moved race times to Wednesday afternoon in Bandera City Park
The Medina Independent School District is celebrating homecoming this week with a football game at Bobcat Stadium against McDade on Friday, Oct. 30, and a homecoming parade down Main Street in Medina on Saturday, Oct. 31, starting at 10 a.m.
Medina’s win-big or lose-big season continued when the Bobcats visited the Leakey Morton Indians on Friday, Oct. 16.
Reopening public places, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, should certainly be carried out with caution. Government offices are no exception.
Amazon delivered good economic news by announcing plans for a 700,000-square-foot distribution center and warehouse in Waco.
For years, millions of Texans have known, through difficult personal experience, that health care in Texas has challenges.
Texans receiving unemployment benefits will need to show an active effort to find a job starting Nov. 1.
Bruce Clarke Alanis, age 68, passed away peacefully at his home in Hondo, Texas on Oct. 6, 2020 after a short battle with cancer.
Robert Newton Alanis, husband, father, grandfather, insurance professional and aspiring professional musician, carpenter, golfer and gardener died on Wednesday, Oct. 21. 2020, from COVID-19.
How do you measure a man’s life at the end?
Marilyn Sumrell Seale, a longtime resident of Medina, Texas, went to join her “tall, lanky cowboy” in heaven on Oct. 15 at the age of 91.