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  1. Tigers rank 6th in Lone Star CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Free Press

    Michael Kane, Dripping Springs head volleyball coach and Marisa Parks, Dripping Springs girls athletic coordinator, hold the 2016 26-5A championship trophy claimed by the Tiger volleyball team. Dripping Springs Tiger senior Sydney Cole sprints toward the finish line as competitors follow behind at the UIL Class 5A state cross country meet in Round Rock in November 2016.

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  2. DSHS grad chosen for D.C. internshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Free Press

    Dickinson currently is an international studies and political science double major at Texas A&M University. Dickinson is also one of only 21 students selected for a policy internship through the Public Policy Internship Program at Texas A&M.

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  3. Lagniappe: June 22, 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Free Press

    Come whet your appetites as local tomato growers show off their prized produce, and local tomato aficionados get a chance to taste everything from romas to red slicers during the sixth annual Dripping Springs Tomato Round-Up and Contest on Saturday. The tomato-centric event will be held at Veterans Memorial Park/The Triangle), located at the corner of RR 12 and Highway 290 in downtown Dripping Springs.

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  4. School's out, food's in for local families in needRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Free Press

    Sure, many of her friends and those in her inner circle were doing well from a financial standpoint. But when she began to ask questions and do her research, McNutt realized there was a lot of need in her community.

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  5. Bill grants water agency eminent domain powersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Free Press

    A bill signed by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott last week could pave an easier path for the future water needs of municipalities in the region. Senate Bill 1198, which relates to the conversion of the Hays Caldwell Public Utility Agency to the Alliance Regional Water Authority , was signed into law Thursday.

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  6. Rising from the ashes: Community rallies for employees of ravaged businessRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Free Press

    Harley Jones uses free space on a chalkboard shaped as the front portal of the Cypress Creek CafA to write an inspirational message Saturday at the Waters Point in Wimberley. ith a smile on her face and friends around her, Dripping Springs native Tori Giles danced away as Jennifer B and the Groove jammed out on the stage at The Waters Point in Wimberley Saturday.

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  7. Tigers claim victory at national competitionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 14 | Free Press

    Two teams of Dripping Springs High students successfully applied their engineering skills at national competitions and were recognized for outstanding achievement June 8-10. This was the first year for DSHS students to enter either of these competitions.

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  8. The Top 5: Big moments for Tiger athletics in 2016-17Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 14 | Free Press

    Success on the field wasn't hard to find for Dripping Springs athletics in 2016-2017, as all team sports finished at or above the .500 mark during the season. The season began with the Tiger volleyball team's undefeated district championship and ended with the softball team's trip to the state tournament.

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  9. Healthy parks, healthy peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 14 | Free Press

    Dripping Springs resident Mateo Mendoza uses a washboard during the June Healthy Parks, Healthy People initiative at the Pound House. Founders Park, specifically the Pound House, was the location for the Fitness Blast to the Past event, hosted by the city of Dripping Springs.

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  10. Dripping Springs P&Z greenlights 189-acre Heritage developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 14 | Free Press

    An ordinance and several agreements allowing for a development to begin in the 189-acre Heritage subdivision passed a substantial hurdle Monday. The Dripping Springs Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of a Planned Development District ordinance, as well as an annexation and development agreement for the Heritage subdivision by a 5-0 vote.

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  11. Maroon staying green: Dripping Springs High students help build recycling, compost programRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 14 | Free Press

    The program uses a machine to compress and recycle Styrofoam trays, and a food compost accelerator, to convert leftovers into a nutrient-rich material, reducing the amount of waste in the high school cafeteria. "This machine will recycle up to 1,800 Styrofoam trays at one time," said John Crowley, DSISD director of childhood nutrition.

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  12. Dead end for water district choice billRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 14 | Free Press

    The failure of House Bill 4122 in the 85th Texas Legislative session was deemed "a big win" by a local state representative as he believes it leaves groundwater under the protection of conservation districts. State Rep. Jason Isaac said the original bill, filed by State Rep. Kyle Kacal , would allow large property owners with 1,000+ acres and whose land straddles two or more water conservation districts to petition to move their land into only one district.

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  13. Aquifer storage bill dies in LegeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 14 | Free Press

    A bill meant to ease restrictions for Aquifer Storage and Recovery for Buda died before it could be heard on the Texas House of Representatives floor prior to Sine Die last month. Even with the bill's demise, Buda city officials, who clamored for the bill, still have hope for the future.

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  14. Dripping Springs graduates 405 TigersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 7 | Free Press

    I also feel the frustration of the planned road repair and maintance plan. While I agree that the road by EVO should be a higher priorty, I feel that the plan ignors a greater need.

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  15. Lagniappe: June 8, 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 7 | Free Press

    On June 10, the second annual Wimberley Book Festival will be held inside the Wimberley Community Center. From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. patrons will have the opportunity to meet new authors and discover great Indie books.

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  16. What passed bills could affect Hays County?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 7 | Free Press

    While Gov. Greg Abbott called a special session Tuesday, a handful of bills authored by Jason Isaac passed through the Texas Legislature prior to the end of the regular session late last month. One of the primary pieces of legislation that affects the entire region, as well as the state, was House Bill 1403, which heightens the level of prosecution against teachers who are convicted of improper relationships with students.

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  17. Buda, Dripping Springs lead percentage growth rate in Hays CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 7 | Free Press

    Six years ago, during the 2010 Census, Buda had just over 7,200 people. From 2015 to 2016, Buda's population rose by 40 percent, which was the highest among the five major cities in the county.

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  18. More than a team: Lady Tigers build memories and friendships that won't be forgottenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 7 | Free Press

    Yes, Poehl and the Tigers shed bittersweet tears as they received medals that signified the end of a season that finished two wins short of the school's first-ever softball state championship. Amid the disappointment, Poehl and the Tigers still kept smiling, kept cracking jokes, and kept the bond they had during one of the most successful runs in Dripping Springs softball history.

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  19. Rounding up fun for RED ArenaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 7 | Free Press

    Top: Harper, riding Maggie, won first place in one of the dress-up races at Saturday's Red Arena Round-Up at Dripping Spring Ranch Park. Middle: Brenden, riding Chip, waves and claps to his family watching from the bleachers before his race begins.

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  20. One step short: Early runs doom Dripping Springs in state semifinalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 7 | Free Press

    Three first inning Wildkat runs, along with dominant pitching from Willis' Casey Dixon, sunk Dripping Springs in a 5-0 loss at the UIL Class 5A state semifinal at McCombs Field in Austin. Willis capitalized on first inning struggles from Tiger pitcher Kiele Miller, who walked the initial two batters she faced in the first inning.

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