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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 Sep 11 | The Bandera County Courier

Science & magic at library this summer

While some local residents escaped the heat by going swimming, many area students hit the books and participated in the Summer Reading Program at the Bandera Public Library. "The reading program had a successful year with over 30 participants a week," said Assistant Librarian Linda Childs.

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Thursday Sep 11 | The Bandera County Courier

Pedestrian struck by vehicle

A pedestrian was seriously injured when she was struck by a vehicle at the intersection of Highway 16 and Montague Drive in Bandera late Monday, Sept. 8. The victim was walking south along the shoulder of the road opposing traffic, when a vehicle turning from 16 onto Montague struck her.

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Thursday Sep 11 | The Bandera County Courier

Budgets & workshops & deadlines, oh my

City of Bandera residents concerned lest the city miss its Sept. 30 deadline to approve a budget for fiscal year 2014-2015 can relax.

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Thursday Sep 11 | The Bandera County Courier

BEC donates truck to VFD

Bandera Electric Cooperative donated a retired service truck to an area volunteer fire department in August. The truck will be used by the Concan Volunteer Fire Department for various fire-fighting and rescue operations.

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Thursday Sep 11 | The Bandera County Courier

Main residence at Pahaska Teepee Ranch destroyed

Pictured: Gary Trichter introduced Bud Fitzpatrick at his recent induction into the Frontier Times Museum's Texas Hall of Heroes during the National Day of the American Cowboy celebration. Both Trichter and Fitzpatrick are cowboys through and through.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

The Bandera County Courier

Brouhaha in Bandera's Municipal Court

After being placed on administrative leave at her own request, Laura Phipps, former municipal clerk for the City of Bandera, has resigned effective Sept. 8, according to City Administrator Lamar Schulz.

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The Bandera County Courier

Back in the Saddle - THE source for Bandera bling

If you've got a special occasion coming up and want something a little sparkly, Bandera's Back in the Saddle fashion shop is the perfect place to find just what you need. But don't wait for a special occasion to take a little shopping break in this chock full establishment.

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The Bandera County Courier

Democrats gear up for election

The Bandera County Democratic Club will have their monthly gathering on Saturday, Sept. 13, in the Meeting Room of the Bandera Electric Cooperative, Inc., 3172 State Hwy 16 North.

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Thu Sep 04, 2014

The Bandera County Courier

City's executive session yields little

During a special meeting called for 8 am, Tuesday, August 26, Bandera City Council convened almost immediately in an executive session. The city's newest attorney was Charles E. Zech of the San Antonio law firm of Denton, Navarro, Rocha, Bernal, Hyde & Zech, PC.

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The Bandera County Courier

Little league meeting

The Bandera Little League will hold a General Membership Meeting, beginning at 6 pm, Sunday, Sept. 7, at Grace Lutheran Church, 451 Highway 173 North.

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The Bandera County Courier

'Helping a Hero' breaks ground for Bridlegate home

Over 75 people attended the Helping a Hero groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday, August 14, for the future home of retired United States Army SSG Ed Matayka and his family. The groundbreaking took place in the Bridlegate Ranch Community subdivision on Bottle Springs Road.

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The Bandera County Courier

ber CrossFit's high intensity workout fits all levels

Although it's only been open since June, Uber CrossFit of Bandera is nearing its goal of having enough clients "to keep the lights on," said owner and head coach Silvia Tuma. Along with husband and coach Michael and part-time coach Colt Himrod, Silvia has worked hard getting the space at 4050 Highway 16 south ready for clients.

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The Bandera County Courier

Ag users could participate in cedar control program

The Bandera Soil & Water Conservation District #229's District Conservationist Larry Stark reminds ag users to get information about The Edwards Aquifer Water Supply Enhancement Project. The program is administered by the District.

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Wed Sep 03, 2014

The Bandera County Courier

Bandera Electric Co-op selects new CFO

Bandera Electric Cooperative is excited to announce that Lynn Midgette has joined the BEC team as Chief Financial Officer. Midgette brings 30 plus years of experience in the rural electric cooperative industry, to include various high-level management positions such as Chief Executive Officer of Central Rural Electric Cooperative, Chief Financial Officer and in a vice presidency role for more than 19 years.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

The Bandera County Courier

Carlyle signing fourth novel

Local award-winning author Doug Carlyle of Tarpley will launch his fourth novel titled "Death by Times New Roman" on Saturday, Sept.

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The Bandera County Courier

Scams - they all come down to $$$

City of Bandera Marshal James "Charlie" Hicks has issued warnings to local merchants about bogus bills and another scam designed to part residents from their hard-earned moola.

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The Bandera County Courier

Law West and East of Privilege Creek

Monday, August 18: Despite being the recipient of two felonies, a failure-to-appear warrant and possessing enough pot to satisfy the Mile High City, a Cretin from Crystal City was in and out of the hoosegow in record time.

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St. Christopher's seeking memorabilia

St. Christopher's Episcopal Church of Bandera will celebrate the 60th anniversary of the dedication of the Nave, or sanctuary, of the church on Sunday, Nov. 9. The committee planning the event is seeking information on former members or descendants of former members, pictures pertaining to the church's buildings and to special events along with ... (more)

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The Bandera County Courier

Surveying on Hwy. 16 explained

For several weeks, a private company has been conducting extensive surveys of Highway 16 to the north of and through the City of Bandera.

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The Bandera County Courier

Artist to 'rock' Celebrate Bandera

There's no denying that the State of Texas abounds with beautiful rocks. And, no one knows that more than an artist who will exhibit for the first time at the Celebrate Bandera Festival, slated for this weekend on the courthouse lawn.

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