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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 $224,500. More Bandera information.

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Friday | The Bandera County Courier

National Boys & Girls Club Week celebrated

Courtesy photo One of many members of Boys & Girls Clubs in Bandera County enjoying some of the special activities for National Boys & Girls Club Week.

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Friday | The Bandera County Courier

Power line down on 470

An oversized load snagged a telephone cable on a Bandera Electric power pole Thursday, April 10, on FM 470.

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Thu Apr 17, 2014

The Bandera County Courier

Sign saga: City, 0; Anderson, 1

Pictured: Because of what he considers harassment from City of Bandera officials, Rick Anderson declined to apply for a renewal of his temporary permit to operate a barbecue eatery on Main Street.

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The Bandera County Courier

Law West and East of Privilege Creek

Monday, March 31: Whoa, what a way to start the week! This Miscreant from Medina hit the trifecta after being collared for being three sheets to the wind in public, resisting arrest and criminal mischief.

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The Bandera County Courier

Hill Country Jamboree moves to The Farm

Photo by Carolyn B. Edwards Rueben Darnell displays a flyer letting everyone know that the Texas Hill Country Jamboree has moved to The Farm Country Club where they'll be entertaining country music fans every Sunday afternoon.

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The Bandera County Courier

At last - 'Welcome to Bandera'

It took private enterprise to do what city government seemed unable, or unwilling, to accomplish - offer a "Welcome to Bandera" to the municipality's lifeblood, tourists.

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The Bandera County Courier

Charges stack against Hay

Nathan "Nat" Hay, owner of the now defunct Bandera Computers once located in the City of Bandera, has been charged with a third felony - endangerment of a child, according to City Marshal James "Charlie" Hicks.

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The Bandera County Courier

Mayhem on the Medina

Chuck wagon cookie, Tommy Dipple of Bastrop, was one of many characters from the Old West who camped along the riverbanks in Bandera City Park during Mayhem on the Medina, Saturday and Sunday, April 12 and 13. The Reenactment Guild of America is dedicated to the accurate and historical portrayal of life in the American West during the 19th Century.

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Fri Apr 11, 2014

The Bandera County Courier

It's Mayhem on the Medina

Pictured: Courtesy photo Living history buffs reenact a moment from the history of the American West at a previous National Reenactment Guild of America competition.

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Thu Apr 10, 2014

The Bandera County Courier

Just another special meeting in paradise

A City of Bandera special meeting-workshop that began at 9 am on Tuesday, April 1, lasted 30 minutes.

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The Bandera County Courier

Bandera 4-H'er excels in agri-science project"

Bandera County Extension Agent, Sam Womble, congratulates 4-H member, Samuel Gostomski, on his recent success at the ExxonMobil Texas Science and Engineering Fair.

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Sun Apr 06, 2014

Wall Street Journal

Property Image

The ranch is located just outside Bandera, Texas on highway 16 N. and less than 45 minutes from San Antonio.

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Thu Apr 03, 2014

The Bandera County Courier

In The Wild - Turkey vulture, the cleanup king

Since the turkey vulture population of our county seat became nationally known as the Buzzards of Bandera, we should, perhaps, learn a bit more about these creatures.

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The Bandera County Courier

Kicking Cardenas' can down road

During a special meeting of Bandera City Council, held at 9 am, Thursday, March 27, Councilman Jim Hannah disingenuously offered, "I don't want to kick the can down the road, but ..." What transpired next was a textbook case example of kicking the can down the road.

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The Bandera County Courier

Law West and East of Privilege Creek

Quote of week: Big weekends in Bandera, bring looooong arrest reports, doncha know? Monday, March 24: A Lunkhead from Lakehills thought it might be fun to indulge in a bit of harassment.

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The Bandera County Courier

Essay scholarships are available

High school seniors in Bandera and Medina are urged to apply for one of four $1,000 scholarships available through the Silesian-Polish Texans Essay Contest, offered by the Father Leopold Moczygemba Foundation.

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The Bandera County Courier

BMS sets parent meeting about new graduation requirements

Parents of current eighth grade students are invited to attend a meeting about changes to course selection for students entering high school in the fall of 2014 due to HB 5. This meeting will be held at Bandera Middle School on Monday, April 7 at 6:30 pm in the cafeteria.

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Wed Apr 02, 2014

The Bandera County Courier

Breaking bad in Bandera

A routine traffic stop initiated by City of Bandera Deputy Marshal Earl Heidelberg quickly morphed into what could become a major drug bust, according to City Marshal James "Charlie" Hicks.

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The Bandera County Courier

Assistance efforts after devastating fire

Pictured: Photo by John Stith An unidentified firefighter from Tarpley assisted with efforts to save the home of BCSO Deputy Birdie Tyler and her family.

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Thu Mar 27, 2014

The Bandera County Courier

A&A Pro Auto hosts new BBA Network

The inaugural "Bandera Business Association Network" event and open house will take place from 6 pm to 9 pm, Thursday, March 27, at A&A Pro Auto, 1155 Highway 173 North.

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