42nd annual Texas Arts & Crafts Fair set for September, artists deadline quickly approaches

The 42nd Annual Texas Arts & Crafts Fair is coming up. The fair will be held on the 13-acre grounds of the Hill Country Arts Foundation in Ingram on September 29-30, 2018 from 10 AM- 6 PM. Admission for this event is $8 for adults and $5 for students. Kids under 12 are free to attend. A concert is also happening on Friday night, September …

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Asian Bamboo closes permanently, blames health division

It’s gone folks. The Asian Bamboo Buffet restaurant on Sidney Baker in Kerrville has closed its doors permanently, after multiple run-ins with the Kerrville Health Division. The restaurant blames the health division and says that they harassed them enough to make them close, according to papers taped to the front windows. The buffet was in business in Kerrville for 14 years.

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HCAF hosting a ‘Memoir Writing Workshop’ with Justin Rogers

The Hill Country Arts Foundation is excited to share information about their upcoming Memoir Writing Workshop. “This memoir writing workshop at the Hill Country Arts Foundation will build your confidence while you transform memories into compelling narratives that help you share your story with a reader. The instructor, Justin Rogers, shares tips on the elements of memoir, narrative strategies, finding your own writing topics, and …

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Racist altercation goes viral at Six Flags Fiesta Texas

Update: There is a screenshot from someone who claims they were there, saying that she was provoked. Even if that is the case, is racist rhetoric ok in an argument? Comment below and let us know your thoughts. Original Story: **This video may be graphic for some readers/viewers. Viewer discretion is advised** It’s a place that you take the kids where you would never expect …

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Kerrville Daily Crime Report- May 29-31

The Kerrville Daily Crime Report for May 29-31 is brought to you with information provided by KPD. May 29, 2018 05/29/2018 00:42 CITY ORDINANCE VIOLATION 700 BLK WATER ST UNLAWFUL CAMPING IN PUBLIC PLACE ARREST MADE 05/29/2018 03:18 SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE 200 BLK CLAY ST POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA <2OZ ARREST MADE 05/29/2018 11:26 FOUND PROPERTY 1700 BLK GLEN RD FOUND PROPERTY REPORT TAKEN 05/29/2018 11:36 THEFT …

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Lynda Ables remembers the late Dr. Jay Dunnahoo, a conductor of Hill Country Youth Orchestras

Recently, Kerrville suffered another great loss in the community. Dr. Jay Dunnahoo, born on┬áJune 18, 1936, passed away on May 12, 2018. He was very involved in Symphony of the Hills and Hill Country Youth Orchestras for many years and was also a member of the Hill Country Youth Orchestras Advisory Board. He has been described by many as a Texas music giant, an incredible …

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Truck with 40 foot flatbed trailer of hay stuck on Medina Mountain Saturday

Kerr County Sheriff Officers spent Saturday evening trying get Highway 16 clear over Medina mountain after a truck, trying to cross the mountain with a 40 foot trailer full of hay got stuck. A towing company was finally able to get the trailer unwedged from the top of the hill. This serves as a reminder that tractor trailers and long trailers should not attempt to …

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Driver arrested after crashing into fence on Thompson Dr by Louise Hays Park

A man in his early 20’s was arrested this evening, after crashing into a fence on Thompson Drive, just west of Cully Drive. According to an officer at the scene, the man was driving westbound on Thompson Drive, smashed into a fence on the Louise Hays┬áPark side of the street, then spun around in a 180. He was checked out by EMS at the scene, …

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Summer In The Hills celebration going on now at James Avery in Kerrville

James Avery Artisan Jewelry has begun their Summer In The Hills celebration. The event is being held now through Labor Day and will be at the flagship store in Kerrville, located at 145 Avery Road in Kerrville. According to a news release by James Avery Artisan Jewelry, “The summer-long event is a celebrate summer camp, family vacations and making cherished memories with friends in the …

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City announces big achievement for The Olympic Pool in Kerrville

According to information released by the City of Kerrville, the employees and facility of the Olympic Pool recently received the highest score possible during an audit conducted on Tuesday, May 29. The city’s press release states, “The Aquatics Division of the Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department received an Unannounced Observational Audit by Jeff Ellis & Associates on Tuesday, May 29, 2018, and passed with honors. …

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