2007-01-04

By David Arny

Sculptor John Hudson and wife Dr. Debbie Henderson are no strangers to Bandera. The Yellow Springs, Ohio, couple have been regular visitors to the area for over 15 years and think of Bandera as a home away from home.

2007-01-04

Contributed

St. Clement is credited with discovering felt in the first century A.D. He accidentally stuffed raw wool between his feet and his sandals and took a trip. At the end of his journey, the friction, heat and moisture matted the wool into felt

2007-01-04

By David Arny

Dr. Henderson’s husband John Barlow Hudson is an accomplished sculptor whose works are displayed worldwide.

2007-01-04

Contributed

Texas students in grades four through 12 are invited to enter the ninth annual Wildlife Forever State-Fish Art Contest.

2007-01-11

By David Arny

Garth Brooks and Faith Hill fans be forewarned: as talented as those two individuals may be, there won’t be any covers of their songs performed at the upcoming western music review benefiting the Bandera Boys and Girls Club

2007-01-11

By David Arny

The law offices of Beer and Martinez, LLP, officially opened its Bandera office Friday, Jan. 5, at 158 SH 16 S, in the Clark Building.

2007-01-11

BCC Staff

It’s been years since Bandera music greats Clay and Rusty Cofield performed together-but they got an early start in their music careers

2007-01-11

By David Arny

At the beautiful Keese family ranch near Bandera, a family tradition progresses into a third generation as siblings Micaela and Mitchell Kees

2007-01-18

BCC Staff

FS Visions owner Faye Scott announces the opening of Bandera’s newest graphic design business with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday, Jan. 12.

2007-01-18

By David Arny

This Saturday, Jan. 20, is an opportunity for area residents to welcome home Spec. Bruce “B.J.” Timms Jr. of the US Army’s 172nd Stryker Brigade at the Bandera American Legion Hall,

2007-01-18

Contributed

The folks at the Flying L Chapel are excited to welcome Steve Lyon as interim pastor to the Flying L Chapel for the next few months as they carefully consider who should become their permanent leader.

2007-01-18

BCC Staff

Ranchers warned Bandera County Commissioners at their Jan. 11 meeting that deer populations around the county were declining due to coyote and feral hog predation.

2007-01-25

BCC Staff

Spurred by their national recognition, The Cowboy Capital Rodeo Association has purchased eight new bucking chutes for the Mansfield Park arena and needs to raise $25,000.

2007-01-25

By David Arny

At the homecoming and awards ceremony for U.S.Army Spec. Bruce Timms Jr., at American Legion Post 157 Saturday, Jan. 20, family, friends and well-wishers gathered to commemorate the soldier’s return after his two recent tours of duty in Iraq with the 172nd Stryker Brigade.

2007-01-25

Contributed

Members of the Bandera Boys and Girls Club participated in the 2007 San Antonio Spurs Drug-Free Youth Basketball League at the Bandera High School Gymnasium Jan. 20

2007-01-25

By Stephanie Day

It took Brick Gibson and family six months to design and fill their new menu for a reason: they searched out Bandera-taste-bud-friendly cuisine and perfected it before adding it to their family restaurant, Brick’s River Café

2007-01-25

By Stephanie Day

Care packages, sent with love and prayer, are on the way to Bandera County military personnel thanks to the Bandera United Methodist Church

2007-01-25

By David Arny

The City of Bandera worked with the federally-funded Home Program to get a new house built for the one city resident who qualified, Laura Smith.