2008-02-07

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Members and directors of the Bandera County Chamber of Commerce announced recipients of the organization’s 2007 awards at their annual awards gala held Saturday, Feb. 2, at the Flying L Guest Ranch.

2008-02-07

By Judith Pannebaker

A full house turned out recently to inspect the new Chevy Malibu now on display at Bandera Chevrolet on Highway 16 South.

2008-02-07

By Judith Pannebaker

Chalk up a win for the good guys - which, in this case, were two tiny unwanted puppies. Despite the odds being against them at the outset, both are looking forward to happy endings.

2008-02-07

By Rev. Alan McKean

After the enjoyable “busyness” of Christmas, I begin the year with some “dial down time,” expressing a New Year’s hope that “may the best of the old be the worst of the new.”

2008-02-07

by David Arny

After completing an arduous program mandated by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, Bandera attorney Cindy Payne is pleased to announce her recent certification

2008-02-07

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Members of the Hill Country Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution recently collected and delivered two large bins of socks, underwear and toilet articles to former service men and women at the Kerrville Veterans Medical Center.

2008-02-14

By Judith Pannebaker

It was an amazing standing-room-only crowd at the Bandera County Chamber of Commerce’s annual gala and awards banquet held Saturday, Feb. 2, throughout the Flying L Guest Ranch.

2008-02-14

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Food in America is affordable. In fact, in only just 37 days, the average American will have earned enough disposable income to pay for his or her food supply for the entire year, according to the Texas Farm Bureau.

2008-02-14

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Dr. Jim Dunn has been appointed senior pastor of the First Baptist Church of Bandera, replacing the newly retired former senior pastor Dr. Louis Vannatter.

2008-02-14

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Elinor Vandergriff told the Feb. 4, Medina Area Cancer Support Group meeting that hospice is a concept of caring derived from Medieval times,

2008-02-14

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It’s almost time to “Saddle Up for St Jude,” a benefit trail ride Saturday, March 1, at the Rockin’ A Ranch in Harwood.

2008-02-14

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Booker and Connie Young of Bandera are pleased to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Megan, to Robert Locker, son of David and Kathy Locker of Seguin.

2008-02-14

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Peggy and Jud Ashmore attended the January promotion ceremony of their son Wayne Peck at Camp Mabry in Austin.

2008-02-14

Bill Ellis

Indians, like everybody else, got bellyaches every now and then. We got heartburn and acid reflux. Many of the medicines used by the American Indian for indigestion are still in use today.

2008-02-21

By Judith Pannebaker

Perhaps an American Indian legend best illustrates man’s unique relationship with dog.

2008-02-21

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Bandera’s Frontier Times Museum, 510 13th Street, shared the largesse from the Chili Appreciation Society International’s (CASI) second annual chili cook-off, held at the Pioneer RV Park Saturday, Feb. 9.

2008-02-21

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Immediately prior to the Wednesday, Feb. 13, meeting of the Medina Garden Club, members gathered on Highway 16 just south of town to honor the memory of Dee Bonugli.

2008-02-21

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Local firefighters from Medina Lake Volunteer Fire Department were honored at an awards banquet held at the Lake Medina RV Resort, Saturday, Jan. 26.

2008-02-21

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While hunting with her family recently on Bruni Ranch in Webb County, Sydney Graves, first grader at Hill Country Elementary, bagged her first deer.

2008-02-28

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Along with members and directors of the Bandera County Chamber of Commerce, Linda Bjorn, right, owner of Who Made That Bead Shop,

2008-02-28

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To discuss plans for a Western Swing Music Museum and multi-use community facility at Bandera’s Cabaret Dance Hall, the Bandera Community Foundation (BCF)

2008-02-28

By Judith Pannebaker

In their latest production, the Bandera Riverside Players gave an outstanding performance of the play, “Love Letters,” on Saturday, Feb. 23

2008-02-28

By David Arny

When local birding enthusiast Bettie Ford saw her first green jays in Bandera County last Christmas eve, she thought someone’s tropical pets had escaped their cage and were on the loose.

2008-02-28

By Alma Aguirre

Both the US Air Force and Home Depot came to the rescue of Triple H Equitherapy Center, 791 Backhaus Road in Pipe Creek.

2008-02-28

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The next meeting of the the Medina Area Cancer Support Group is set for 7 pm, Monday, March 3, at the Medina Library on Highway 16 North.

2008-02-28

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Bandera County fourth graders and their teachers recently contributed to the Bandera County Farm Bureau food drive commemorating Food Check-Out Day Feb. 8.

2008-02-28

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Silver Sage Senior Activity Center Director Ann Bishop accepts a $1,000 check from Bandera Quilt Guild President Debra Pavelka and Guild Treasurer Karen Hoskelis