I hope the person who was bitten by the cat is doing okay as cat bites can be serious. However, I took exception to some of the comments in the article.
Proud American men and women are serving and sacrificing for freedom around the world as America’s troops defend us against terrorism.
It looks like the Bandera mayor and city council are attempting to go in the right direction by reducing 24-7 coverage in the City of Bandera. However, why not go a step farther and do away with the city police department altogether?
I am prompted to write this letter as a form of protest regarding an appraisal of a 1.44 acres lot I own on Medina Lake.
I would like to add something to the discussion regarding the Trap Neuter Release program.
Last Tuesday, I called the Bandera City office to tell them I had found four 25-gallon drum trash receptacles that Merrilee Swinford had decorated for the city before she died.
According to a membership alert from the Exotic Wildlife Association, an assault on Second Amendment Rights as guaranteed in the United States Constitution has apparently already started.
This is a response to the letter from Mr. Ben Reese in the Thursday, Feb. 12, edition of the Bandera County Courier - “BPD vs. BCSO.”
The Thursday, Feb. 19, issue of the Bandera County Courier detailed our presentation before the Feb. 9 meeting of the school board.
I’m not an English teacher, but a retired history and math teacher. Even a freshman in an English class should recognize that the phrase “at approximately” is not correct