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Bandera, Texas is located in Bandera County. Zip codes in Bandera, TX include 78003. The median home price in Bandera is $245,000. More Bandera information.

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Thursday Jul 24 | The Bandera County Courier

What's new at the library

The Bandera public library has carved out a section of the library to shelve their expanding collection of adult graphic novels.

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Thursday Jul 24 | The Bandera County Courier

Law West and East of Privilege Creek

Monday, July 14: A Lug from Lakehills celebrated Bastille Day by being pinched for being dogged by two misdemeanor traffic warrants.

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Thursday Jul 24 | The Bandera County Courier

Pipe Creek's 'Original Horseshoe Engraver'

"There's just something about a horseshoe," said Bandera artist Jim Brandvik. "Something in my brain is wired to like it.

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Thursday Jul 24 | The Bandera County Courier

New sign for new museum

The Bandera Exotic Wildlife Museum Board of Directors recently celebrated the installation of the facility's signature sign at 267 Old San Antonio Highway, the site of the former county juvenile probation office.

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Thursday Jul 24 | The Bandera County Courier

AgriLife Extension program 'buzz' on beekeeping basics

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will be hosting a Beekeeping Basics Workshop from 6-8 pm Thursday, Sept.

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Wed Jul 23, 2014

The Bandera County Courier

Bandera's National Day(s) of American Cowboy

The Frontier Times Museum predicts a great kickoff to its three-day celebration of the National Day of The American Cowboy, Friday through Sunday, July 25, 26 and 27. A reception honoring the 2014 Texas Heroes begins at 7 pm, Friday July 27, on the grounds of the museum, 510 13th Street, in Bandera.

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Thu Jul 17, 2014

The Bandera County Courier

Best Fu ball in World

To celebrate Germany's 1-0 win over Argentina in the World Cup FIFA finals - to the uninitiated, that's soccer - on Sunday, July 13, one of Sandra Schott's customers at the Mulberry Wine Bar and Bistro grabbed the German flag and made a roundtrip run from the 800 block of Main Street to the OST restaurant.

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The Bandera County Courier

4H honors Buettner

Dina Buettner, a seven-year 4H volunteer leader of the Bandera County 4H Horse Project was selected as a 2014 Texas 4H Salute to Excellence Volunteer winner during Texas 4H State Roundup, June 11, at Texas A&M University, College Station.

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The Bandera County Courier

TDLR penalizes Tejas Waterwell

Local well drilling company Tejas Waterwell LLC, owned by Nick Marsh, has been issued a cease and desist order by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.

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The Bandera County Courier

"All American Baby"

Competing in his first CCPAL Pet Parade on Friday, July 4, "All American Baby" Beaux Heard and 8-year-old Maltest Bichon, Halo, won second place in the Look-A-Like Category.

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The Bandera County Courier

The bag lady

It all started with a wedding. Then before she knew what was happening, Sheila Antenen became The Bag Lady.

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Wed Jul 16, 2014

The Bandera County Courier

Bandera ISD superintendent to speak at RLAT

Bandera Independent School District Superintendent Regina Howell will hold a town meeting hosted by the Ranchers and Landowners Association of Texas .

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The Bandera County Courier

Open letter to City of Bandera residents

I am writing this letter to inform city administrators and elected officials that I will be resigning as a deputy marshal for the City of Bandera effective immediately.

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The Bandera County Courier

BISD announces election schedule

Monday, July 21, will be the first day for candidates to file for a place on the ballot for two spots on the Bandera ISD board of trustees.

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San Antonio police chief's retirement announced

In a statement, City Manager Sheryl Sculley said McManus will remain as police chief until the end of the calendar year, then leave to become senior director of security for city-owned CPS Energy.

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

The Bandera County Courier

"When in the Course of human events ..."

To celebrate the birth of the United States of America, members of the Bandera community gathered on the courthouse lawn to read the words Thomas Jefferson penned 238 years ago.

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The Bandera County Courier

ISO vendors for cowboy celebration

The Frontier Times Museum is looking for vendors to participate in Bandera's celebration of the National Day of the American Cowboy, slated for Saturday, July 26. A Cowboy Market-place will be set up at Mansfield Park, located off Highway 16 North, to catch traffic from the afternoon match races and a ranch rodeo that evening.

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The Bandera County Courier

Cardenas back on city agenda?

Bandera Director of Public Works Mike Cardenas City watchers are advised to attend the special meeting of Bandera City Council slated for 6 pm, Thursday, July 10, as it looks like beleaguered Director of Public Works Mike Cardenas will be the subject of an executive session.

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The Bandera County Courier

Cabaret construction currently on hold

Photo by Judith Pannebaker The former Cabaret Dance Hall in its present incarnation For some time now, the Bandera County Courier has fielded calls from readers asked what's going on with the restoration efforts at the former Cabaret Dance Hall on Main Street.

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The Bandera County Courier

Law East and West of Privilege Creek

Monday, June 30: A Bandera Bozo got busted for felony injury to a disabled person and, as a result, remains confined to the county clink.

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