BULLETIN PHOTO/Bill Pack Terry Wells, with the City of Bandera’s Public Works Department, attaches one of the last Christmas decorations that the city put on lightpoles around Bandera on Dec.
It’s the Christmas season in Bandera, which means it’s time again for the Tasting Tea at St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church in Bandera. For more than 30 years, the Episcopal Church
The 40th annual Spirits of Christmas Presents is gearing up for action in the next few days, with dozens of volunteers dressed up as Santa Claus and elves set to
Holiday sweets, Christmas carols, over-the-top Christmas shirts, Santa and a potluck meal will come together on Sunday, Dec. 15, when Medina holds its Community Christmas Celebration at different locations around
On Dec. 3, the Bandera High Lady Bulldogs took on a talented Devine team at home after a layoff of more than a week. In the first quarter, the Lady
Medina High School had six varsity football players selected to All-District teams in the University Interscholastic League’s D-1 District 16 for the 2019 season. First-year Bobcat football coach Kurt Nichols
Eight Medina volleyball players have made the All-District teams for District 29 AA, Medina Head Volleyball Coach Chelcey Faglie said last week. “These girls have worked hard this volleyball season
The AT&T Center in San Antonio will host a double-header basketball game on Dec. 21 that will give some Medina fans a chance to watch their favorite teams live on
Thursday, Dec. 12 Our Lady of Guadalupe Feast Day will be held on the grounds of St. Stanislaus Catholic Church in Bandera and in St. Joseph’s Hall at Cedar and
The Trump cult, formerly known as the Republican Party, has announced a campaign strategy for 2020. Call every Democrat and all of their policy ideas “socialist.” The cult thinks this
Before voter-approved amendments to the Texas Constitution are set in stone, it is the governor’s duty to publicly proclaim the results of the election that produced or rejected those amendments.
On Saturday, Nov. 23, at one point, we had 22 people – all volunteers – helping to set up the Christmas display on the courthouse lawn. It was (cheerfully) a
Steven E. Chappell, who was born on Jan. 16, 1951 at Balboa Naval Hospital in San Diego, California, passed on Nov. 28, 2019 at his home with his family in
Mrs. Virgie Viola “Gamaw”
(Crist) McHaney was born Dec. 4, 1934 in Frankston, Texas to Lawrence and Gertrude (Adkins) Crist.
She graduated from Cayuga High School in 1952 and went on to receive her bachelor’s and master’s degree in education from North Texas State University.
On Monday, Nov. 18, 2019, the heavens began to shine a little brighter as Carra “Cookie” Wendt Standard was welcomed into Jesus’ loving arms.
Marlene Yvonne Ne-dry Suarez, age 58, of Pipe Creek, Texas passed away on Oct. 27, 2019 in San Antonio, Texas. She was born in Corpus Christi, Texas to Bill Nedry