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Quote of the week: "The meaning of life is that it ends." Franz Kafka Monday, Nov. 18: A felony warrant from an outside agency warranted the bust of a Bandera Bad Boy, but he didn't stay in the can long.
Pictured: Photo by Gail Joiner Bystanders assisted remove a woman and her child from a two-vehicle smashup that occurred Tuesday, Nov. 19, on North Main Street A two-vehicle accident occurred in the 1200 block of Main Street the afternoon of Tuesday, Nov. 19. Two people involved in the incident were transported to an area hospital, but no serious ... (more)
A cold front moving across Bandera County this week dropped some badly needed moisture over a period of five days.
Christmas in Bandera is wonderful. The weather gets a bit colder and sometimes a bit wetter, putting everyone in the Christmas spirit.
Stakeholders in Bandera City Park met with consultant Paul Barwick on Thursday, Oct. 24, to offer their input on future amenities and park programming.
Ashley, 7, and Abigail Adamson, 3, of Bandera, stopped by the City of Bandera Marshal's office on Thursday, Oct. 31, to meet "Officers Friendly," from left, Deputy Marshal Chris Flores, marshal James "Charlie" Hicks and Chief Deputy Scott MacNaughton.
For those who plan to attend, Rick Anderson's municipal court date is now rescheduled for 9 am, Friday, Dec. 13, in the second floor courtroom of the Bandera County Courthouse.
Bring family! Bring friends! Bring all veterans and their families! Since three in 25 of Bandera County residents are veterans, it is highly likely that one of your family members or friends has served their country in the Armed Forces.
Greg Parker, Chief Professional Officer of the Bandera County Boys and Girls Clubs, presents Dr. Barbara Skipper, President of the Bandera Independent School District Board of Trustees, with a plaque to commemorate the partnership between the school district and the Boys and Girls Clubs at the October regular meeting of the school board held on ... (more)