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Pictured: This isn't a pork-trait of Ziggy, but rather of another beloved Bandera County pot-bellied pig, Wilber, who lives comfortably at the Country Accents Antiques complex on Highway 16 South.
Bandera County Judge Richard Evans, at left, administers the Oath of Office to BISD School Trustees Heidi Battle, Brittany Hicks and returning incumbent Laurie Palacios at the called board meeting on Monday, Nov. 25. Battle and Hicks replace long-term board members Greg Hicks and Rick Groomer.
Incumbent 198th District Judge Rex Emerson will seek the Republican nomination for another term in the March 2014 primary.
A county appeals the trial court's judgment that denies its plea to the jurisdiction in this tax dispute, grants a summary declaratory judgment, and awards attorneys' fees to appellees.
Members of the Bandera County Library Board of Directors include, from left, Marshall Clayton, Sue Hall, Bill Bringhurst, President Jan Grimes, Treasurer Doug Darnell, Col.
A man died in a freak accident in Tarpley as he attempted to prevent a vehicle from plummeting over a cliff.
Judge Greg Magee, president of the Justice Court Judges Association, presented Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace Lynn Holt with his award.
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.
Christmas in Bandera is wonderful. The weather gets a bit colder and sometimes a bit wetter, putting everyone in the Christmas spirit.