Scam alerts issued for Kerrville and Uvalde by local police and sheriff departments

Scams have been plaguing the Hill Country and Kerrville and Uvalde have both issued statements on July 19, regarding the recent scams targeting their citizens. KERRVILLE- Different phone scams and fraud attempts have been circulating throughout the area. The Kerrville Police Department reports of one scam in particular that involves an unknown male or female calling residents claiming that they are a representative of the …

Continue reading Scam alerts issued for Kerrville and Uvalde by local police and sheriff departments

KPD and KCSO issued press releases clarifying their involvement in the shooting of a resident’s dog

A couple of days ago a Kerrville resident took to Facebook accusing the Kerrville Police Department of unlawfully shooting his friend’s dog during a call to the residence. KPD and KCSO responded to the accusations by issuing separate press releases regarding the incident that occurred in the 200 block of Mae Drive in Kerr County. Kerrville Police Department issued a statement on July 18 clarifying …

Continue reading KPD and KCSO issued press releases clarifying their involvement in the shooting of a resident’s dog

Voluntary recall issued for two types of Cream Creations variety packs due to broken metal in equipment

On July 18, according to the H-E-B recalls list shown on their website, H-E-B has issued a voluntary recall for two Creamy Creation products sold to H-E-B stores in Texas. Specifically, for the two different variety packs of Creamy Creations ice cream and sherbets in 3-ounce cups were recalled due to broken metal found in the processing equipment during a routine maintenance. As stated on …

Continue reading Voluntary recall issued for two types of Cream Creations variety packs due to broken metal in equipment

Minor injuries reported from a two-vehicle crash near Harper

At around 1:40 PM today, a minivan reportedly rear-ended a dully truck on Hwy 783, 2 miles south of Harper, TX. EMS was dispatched to the scene and the wrecker service went to work on removing the minivan from the scene. It was said that the individual driving the minivan was complaining of chest pains and was assisted by EMS. Two young children were also …

Continue reading Minor injuries reported from a two-vehicle crash near Harper

REMINDER: Kerrville’s new “Hands-free” city ordinance begins Sunday, July 22

REMINDER (07/19/2018)- The City of Kerrville has reminded residents that the new “Hands-free” city ordinance begins this Sunday, July 22. The City of Kerrville states, “After July 22, violations will carry a fine. For the first offense, a driver can be fined $100. The second offense carries a fine of $200. A third offense or subsequent offenses will have a fine of $500.” Please be …

Continue reading REMINDER: Kerrville’s new “Hands-free” city ordinance begins Sunday, July 22

Help the Kerrville Fire Department ‘Fill the Boot’ for local MDA families this Saturday

In accordance with a press release issued by the MDA, coming up again on July 21, “members of the Kerrville Fire Department and Kerrville Professional Fire Fighters Association Local #3230 together with the Muscular Dystrophy Association, will fan out across the Kerrville area with boots in hand for the firefighters’ annual Fill the Boot fundraising campaign to help free kids and adults from the harm of …

Continue reading Help the Kerrville Fire Department ‘Fill the Boot’ for local MDA families this Saturday

Peterson Health selects four photographers to have work displayed at new building

Out of thirty-three local artists who submitted their work for display at the new Peterson Health facility, four were four local photographers selected. Peterson Health has announced the final seven images that were selected are from local photographers Samuel Beaver, Paul Huchton, and Rowdy Winters. Lisa Winters, Director of Marketing and Community Relations says, “I was simply overwhelmed by the number of artists wanting to …

Continue reading Peterson Health selects four photographers to have work displayed at new building

Gillespie County Sheriff’s Office says that concerned citizens helped to catch two suspected burglars

As reported in a press release by the Gillespie County Sheriff’s Office, on Wednesday, July 18, 2018, around 1:32 AM, a call came in from a homeowner regarding a robbery taking place at a residence off of Pressler-Henke Road in Gillespie County. The caller was not home at the time but was able to see the suspects, described as a male and female, later identified as …

Continue reading Gillespie County Sheriff’s Office says that concerned citizens helped to catch two suspected burglars

Summer Concerts in the Park last event being held on Friday

This Friday, July 20, the last scheduled Summer Concerts in the Park will be going on at Louise Hays Park beginning at 6:30 PM. The Flashbacks and the Exit 505 Band are set to perform. This is a free event and as said before, bring a chair and come to enjoy the bands. Food and drinks will be available for purchase during the event. ORIGINAL STORY …

Continue reading Summer Concerts in the Park last event being held on Friday

Young was reportedly arrested again for allegedly testing positive for THC

UPDATE (7/18/2018)- Jack Dillon Young is facing up to 270 years in prison after causing the March 2017 crash that killed 13 people. According to reports, he recently was arrested again on July 12 after allegedly testing positive for THC, which is a violation of his bond. Jail records show that Young has already violated his pre-trial conditions twice before, once on June 28 and …

Continue reading Young was reportedly arrested again for allegedly testing positive for THC