In remembrance of the area’s fallen heroes, flags were placed on veterans’ graves at Rock Church Cemetery May 25 by Scouts and guides from the Boy Scouts of America and

The Central Texas College Continuing Education department has opened registration for its annual College for Kids classes. The program offers a variety of classes throughout the summer for youngsters ages


The school year may be over for students at Hanna Springs Elementary School, but that doesn’t mean they won’t stop being kind to others. Last Monday, the school held its

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From left, fifth-graders Paige Rutland, Jayce Newkirk and Sean Carver played the part of the three primary members of the Lewis and Clark Expedition during Kline Whitis Elementary School’s wax

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Mrs. Louise Keeling, seated in the center, turned 102 years old last week. Her family, from left, includes Dee Fate, Len Fate, Kari Keeling, Gene Keeling, Wendell Keeling and Bradly

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STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE UNIVERSITY Jennifer Roberts graduated magna cum laude from the James I. Perkins College of Education at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches. Miss Roberts, the

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Allie Morphis, a fifth-grade student at Kline Whitis, presented on Betsy Ross. Allie said she picked the woman who is famous for making the American flag, because of her ability

On May 15, the Browning Community Garden Club of Kempner installed its officers for the upcoming year starting in August. They are as follows: Monica Huereque, president; Penny Orr, secretary;


Courtyard Square Association is sponsoring free concerts each Friday night in June from 8-10 p.m. at the downtown bandstand. Residents are invited to bring a lawn chair, and enjoy free

Voting opened May 24 for Pedernales Electric Cooperative’s annual board election. PEC members in Districts 1, 6 and 7 will vote for board directors who will represent them and their