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By Sam Womble Bandera County Extension Agent Mark your calendar for an informative program addressing Earth-Kind landscape principles with particular emphasis on water conservation and plant selection Thursday, April 17 from 6:30-8 pm at the Mansfield Park Recreation Center.
A fashion show and chocolate extravaganza benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Bandera County will be held Tuesday, March 18 at 7 pm.
After almost a year of demolition and re-construction, Cedar Creek Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Bandera celebrated with a big picnic in City Park and an open house with tours of the fully refurbished facility.
Bandera Middle School 8th grader Bree Brakebill and 7th grader Jackson Short were named Bandera ISD's Students of the Month for February, as announced at the February school board meeting.
Pictured: Photo by Judith Pannebaker 2013 Boys State participants and their parents include, from left, Wyatt Ellis, Kelly Ellis, DJ Dabney, Benjamin Dabney, ryan Little, turner Warren, Marty Bauml, Kyle Bauml, Diane Bauml, Kyle Wilson, Pam Wilson and Chris Wilson.
Texas A&M and Bandera County AgriLife Extension Service, Bandera County River Authority and Groundwater District , and the Ranchers and Landowners Association of Texas continue to finalize plans for the first meeting in a series of sessions on water issues.
Public Intoxication - While investigating, a UT police officer observed a UT student, who was under the age of 21, fall to the ground near the officer's feet as the student entered the dormitory.
Although Bandera City Council meets just once a month, special sessions-workshops-brainstorming sessions were called on Friday, Jan. 17, and Saturday, Jan. 25. As per a recommendation from the Texas Municipal League, agendas for both meetings were the same.
Bandera Electric Cooperative will host a 5K/10K run/walk on Saturday, March 29, in Bandera.
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Pictured: Karen Ripley, who was the target of "coercion against a candidate," currently serves as vice president of the Bandera County River Authority and Groundwater District.
Pictured: During the Thursday, Jan. 13, meeting, Bandera Councilman Nita Jenkins accused beleaguered City Administrator Mike Cardenas of misappropriation of equipment owned by the municipality.