Bandera Middle School will have an Academic Open House on Tuesday, Sept. 3, for parents to follow their child’s class schedule and meet his or her teachers.
The event will
Tarpley is a small community with a big heart and a lot of determination when it sets goals.
The unincorporated area 12 miles southwest of Bandera is close-knit and especially
Twenty years ago, or even two years ago, it would have been considered bizarre to hurl insults at Americans who actively oppose the threat of fascism. Americans have a long
The Lakehills Area Library will hold a party to celebrate its 20th anniversary on Sept. 7 from 2-4 p.m. Officials said some of the people responsible for getting the library
The mouth-watering chicken fried steaks and savory enchiladas won’t change if the owner of the Old Spanish Trail Restaurant has her way, but her position with the revered local restaurant
During the hottest and driest part of the year, several water agencies on Monday, Aug. 26, unveiled groundbreaking upgrades that create a faster early warning flood system for the Medina
About 120 people jammed into the Old Tarpley Schoolhouse on Sunday, Aug. 18, to make final preparations for a public meeting on a Christian youth camp’s proposed wastewater permit near
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