4 hrs ago
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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8 hrs ago
The Austin Chronicle
A Chorus for Rod Kennedy
Kerrville Folk Festival founder Rod Kennedy, 84, died of natural causes on Monday.
12 hrs ago
The Bandera County Courier
Medina ISD students recognized at art exhibit
Exhibits from 42 Medina ISD students, including three award-winners, are on display at the Kerr Arts and Cultural Center in Kerrville.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Two flown to hospital after plane crash near Fredericksburg
A pilot and an instructor were flown to University Hospital Wednesday morning after the plane they were traveling in crashed near Fredericksburg and Kerrville along the Pedernales River.
One injured after plane crash near Fredericksburg
A small plane reportedly crashed on a private air park near Fredericksburg, Texas, around 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Hartzell Propeller Back in Business with Mooney Aircraft
Hartzell Propeller Inc. and Mooney International Corp. are again in business together as the aircraft manufacturer has begun production on the first new Mooney airplane in five years.
Mountain Springs Tank Bid Awarded By AWSD
Work to rehab the Mountain Springs ground storage tank is expected to begin immediately after a bid was awarded last week by the Aquilla Water Supply District Board of Directors.
Austin American Statesman
Austin Music Source: Kerrville Folk Festival founder Rod Kennedy dies
Kennedy, who attended the University of Texas in the 1950s, started the renowned hill country festival in 1972 at a time when the 1960s folk revival seemed to be waning.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
City of College Station
Burglary of Vehicle ARRESTS 14-004240
COLLEGE STATION POLICE DEPARTMENT 04/12/14- News: Burglary of a Vehicle Case #14-004240 On 04/12/14 at 1925 hours, the College Station Police Department responded to 1604 Rock Prairie Rd for a burglary of a vehicle that had just occurred.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
TX Executes Illegal for Murder, Rape
In 1996, Ramiro Hernandez Llanas was in a Mexican prison for bludgeoning a man to death.
Pioneer Bank to raise $10M funding
The additional capital, which would increase to $27 million the amount of investment capital Pioneer Bancshares has raised since launching, is expected to be used for further expansion, CEO Jeff Wilkinson said.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
KSAT-TV San Antonio
Mexican national executed for 1997 Texas slaying
A man who escaped prison in his native Mexico while serving a murder sentence was executed in Texas on Wednesday for fatally beating a former Baylor University history professor and attacking his wife more than 16 years ago.
Mexican National Executed for 1997 Texas Slaying
A man who escaped prison in his native Mexico while serving time for murder has been executed in Texas for killing a local rancher in 1997.
KSAT-TV San Antonio
Kerrville rancher murder suspect to be executed Wednesday night
KSAT 12 NEWS. A MAN WILL BE EXECUTED TONIGHT IN HUNTSVILLE. THE TEXAS BOARD OF PARTS AND PROPOSAL REFUSED TO BLOCK THE EXECUTION OF 44-YEAR-OLD RAMIRO HERNANDEZ YANEZ YESTERDAY.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Texas parole board refuses to stop execution
Mexican national Ramiro Hernandez-Llanas already had done some carpentry work at Glen Lich 's ranch near Kerrville in the Texas Hill Country when he negotiated a deal with the former Baylor University history professor to live on the property in exchange for helping out with ranch renovations.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Texas: Fed Judge Halts Execution of Two Killers over Paperwork Issue
U.S. District Court Judge Vanessa Gillmore , appointed by Democrat President Bill Clinton in 1994, stopped the execution of two Texas convicted killers due to the State of Texas' refusal to disclose details about the drugs used in the execution process.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Texas Execution Back On After Appeals Court Overturns Lower Judge
A federal appeals court has overturned a lower court judge's ruling to postpone the execution of a convicted serial killer until the state could divulge the source of the lethal drugs that would be used to kill him.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Texas Water Tank Contract Awarded
N.G. Painting LP, of Kerrville, TX, will paint and repair an 8.5 million gallon water storage tank in Cedar Hill, TX, the Trinity River Authority of Texas announced.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Lubbock A-J veteran named Texas newspaper carrier of the year
After 21 years of extraordinary customer service and dedication to the Avalanche-Journal, veteran newspaper carrier Sabra Jean Anglin has been selected as the 2014 Carrier of the Year by the Texas Circulation Management Association.
Texas must tell attorneys execution drug supplier
A judge ordered Texas prison officials Thursday to disclose the supplier of a new batch of lethal injection drugs to attorneys for two inmates set to be executed next month, but she stopped short of revealing the identity of the manufacturer to the public.