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SNOW DAY IN BANDERA

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  • SNOW DAY IN BANDERA
  • SNOW DAY IN BANDERA
  • SNOW DAY IN BANDERA
  • SNOW DAY IN BANDERA

Snow and ice cover the Medina River at Bridlegate Park. Bandera and the rest of Texas received up to six inches of snow late Feb. 14 into early Feb. 15, and frozen conditions are expected to last throughout most of the week. PHOTO COURTESY/John Oliver

Ice covers Highway 16 going into downtown Bandera. Many roads and highways, including 46 and 173, were dosed due to wintery weather. PHOTO COURTESY/John Oliver

Icicles hang from the edge of the roof at the Bandera Brewery off Highway 16 about five minutes south of downtown Bandera. Severe weather caused power outages throughout the state, including Bandera, where as of the Bulletin’s press deadline, nearly half of Bandera Electric Cooperative’s 15,000 customers in Bandera County were without power. Eighty percent of BEC’s Medina County customers, 40 percent of their Real County customers, 37 percent of Kerr County customers and 19 percent PHOTO COURTESY/John Oliver

Snow covers the Bandera Bank on Main Street. Many business and restaurants closed due to the weather, with City Hall closing until further notice and Bandera County offices closing to all nonessential personnel. PHOTO COURTESY/John Oliver