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Council chooses Nancy De Foster as new marshal

Following a late-night closed session that lasted roughly three hours on March 21, the Bandera City Council finally reconvened in open session and promptly approved the appointment of Nancy De Foster as new City Marshal.

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Ham Rodeo postponed to April 1

An all-ages hog catch will celebrate its 17th year at Mansfield Park.

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Council appoints second interim marshal

Deputy Earl Heidelberg was appointed in a 3-2 vote on Feb. 16 as the new Interim Bandera City Marshal, taking over for Rusty Pancoast, whose agreement with the city ended on the 16th. Pancoast was appointed last December after Marshal Will Dietrich’s employment was terminated.  

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Texas Attorney General confirms investigation of indicted GOP officials

A Texas Attorney General investigation led to the indictment and arrest of the Bandera County Republican Party’s chair and treasurer last Friday.

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Thousands without power in Bandera County

Rolling blackouts are in place as at least 3,800 people Bandera Electric Cooperative (BEC) customers were without power 9 a.m. Friday morning amid freezing temperatures.

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County Republicans had sharper dip in turnout than Democrats

Despite having one of the state’s highest early voting percentages, voter turnout for the midterm elections dropped in Bandera County, matching a statewide trend.

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Medina ISD elects new board members

Three new board members were elected to the Medina ISD Board of Trustees, one of whom previously said he would not be able to serve.

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Utopia ISD board elects four new trustees

With all precincts reporting, unofficial results for the Utopia ISD Board of Trustees list Chad Hillis, Chance Dean, Betty Ann Boyce and Chad Feller as winners of the four open positions.

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