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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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Gibson wins mayor, Palmer and Flowers council

With all precincts reporting, unofficial results from the Bandera County Elections Department list Rebeca Gibson as the winner in Bandera's mayor race and Lynn S. Palmer and Jeff Flowers as winners of the city council race.

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Skeletal remains found in missing woman’s neighborhood

Skeletal remains were discovered Sept. 6 in the neighborhood of Norma Espinoza, who was reported missing last month by her daughter.

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Burn ban lifted

As of 10:30 a.m. Friday, August, 26 the burn ban was terminated for all four precincts in Bandera County by authority of Bandera County Judge Richard Evans. 

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Ballot order for city races drawn August 26

The ballot order for a place on the Novemeber ballot will be drawn this Friday for mayor and city council positions, according to officials with the City of Bandera. 

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Burned remains identified as missing Pipe Creek male

Burnt remains found near Red Bluff Ranch Road last week have been identified as Sean Duffy, a 56-year-old male who had been reported missing by an acquaintance on July 16, according to Bandera County Chief Deputy Matt King. 

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