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HEADLINE NEWS

Barlow retires from Hondo National Bank

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Jim Barlow, popular president of Hondo National Bank-Bandera Banking Center, has announced his retirement

Jackson named BGC Princess

By Carolyn B. Edwards BCC Staff Writer

Jaycee Jackson, a fifth grade student at Hill Country Elementary, was named Princess for the Night

Turmoil continues at Lakeshore VFD

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Recently, it's been "now you see us, now you don't"

Comic of the Week

by Dennis Allyn

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'Meet, Greet & Eat' at Mansfield Park

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Directors with the Bandera Prorodeo Association will hold a "Meet, Greet & Eat"

BISD names director of curriculum & employee services

BISD

Bandera High School Principal Gary Bitzkie has been named as Bandera ISD's new director

BISD celebrates Public Schools Week

BISD

Pictoral

Law West and East of Privilege Creek

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Just Say No

Cowboy Eucharist set at Episcopal church

Contributed

St. Christopher's Episcopal Church in Bandera will host a Country Gospel and Cowboy Eucharist service

BHS Fine Arts Festival & Showcase Monday

BISD

The annual Bandera High School Fine Arts Festival & Showcase has been set for Monday, March 30

Helping Hands bag sale

Correction

Staff and volunteers at the Helping Hand Thrift Store will hold the shop's semi-annual Big Bag Sale

LH UMC Easter egg hunt

Contributed

The Lakehills United Methodist Church invites the community's children to participate

Mostly Native Plant Sale

Contributed

The Mostly Native Plant Sale on Saturday, April 4, celebrates

Hill Country church donates to VADogs

Special to the Courier

The Unitarian Universal Church of the Hill Country (UUCHC) has donated $3,065

Say it ain't so, Kraft Foods recalls mac & cheese dinners

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

In a move that's sure to send shudders down the backs of parents in general

H-E-B recalls possibly contaminated nuts

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Due to a potential Salmonella contamination, a food and nut producer based in Boerne has initiated a voluntarily recall

AMAC condemns bill to raise SS taxes

Special to the Courier

Blasting Congressional Democrats for offering a bill to hike Social Security taxes and cut benefits,

Wild Hog's big winners announced

Special to the Courier

Surprisingly cooperative weather made for record crowds

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