2012-10-04

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2012-10-04

By Mary Allyce Special to the Courier

The names Art & Lisa - no last names needed - are familiar to fans of

2012-10-04

By Carolyn B. Edwards BCC Staff Writer

Local author Doug Carlyle will launch his newest

2012-10-04

Courtesy of Texas Agri-Life Extension

The projected number of

2012-10-04

BBA

It is amazing how many people open a business and are successful right away

2012-10-04

By K. Irene Stone Executive Director

Medical personnel and support staff at

2012-10-04

Contributed

A glimpse at some of Bandera County's history and how it was presented at the time.

2012-10-04

Photo by Clare Barnet

The Medina United Methodist Church honored members

2012-10-04

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2012-10-04

By Bob Jamison

A look at questions asked about mysteries, misunderstandings and interpretations of the Bible.

2012-10-04

Contributed

During Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, Curves fitness centers throughout the United States will focus on raising

2012-10-04

Photo by Clare Barnet

We don't believe this pale horse is the

2012-10-04

Contributed

Sara Herrera, BHS senior, has been selected as

2012-10-04

By Julie Whitmore Library Contributor

To quote Yogi Berra, "it's deja vu all over again" at

2012-10-04

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Cousin Nancy of the Utopia Animal Rescue Ranch received an urgent

2012-10-04

Contributed

Volunteers interested in learning about Hill Country wildlife and contributing to

2012-10-04

Contributed

The Hill Country Arts Foundation-Visual Arts Department in Ingram is seeking groups interested

2012-10-04

Contributed

The Guadalupe Watercolor Group's annual show and sale opens

2012-10-04

Photos by Judith Pannebaker

Pictoral

2012-10-04

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Trophy winners at the 2012 Great Gumbo Cook-Off, held

2012-10-11

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2012-10-11

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

After a stunning performance at Shepherd's Gate Community Church, members of the

2012-10-11

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Owner Belita Presler, third from left, and Kenneth Burns, wielding

2012-10-11

By Mary Allyce Special to the Courier

Anytime, anywhere Laurie Gibson takes the stage, audiences always

2012-10-11

Courtesy photo

Mathew Weaver browses during the final day of the

2012-10-11

By Carolyn B. Edwards BCC Staff Writer

Pamper your body & soul with SwissJust

2012-10-11

Statepoint Special to the Courier

For most Americans, politics can feel like a spectator sport, especially

2012-10-11

BBA

Ever notice how children love a treasure

2012-10-11

Contributed

Local Hill Country Master Gardeners Leigh Thomas and Carol Hagemeier of

2012-10-11

Contributed by BEC

October is recognized nationally as Fire Safety Month and the week of

2012-10-11

Contributed

A glimpse at some of Bandera County's history and how it was presented at the time.

2012-10-11

Announcment

Medina resident and author Merry Baker Langlinais will sign

2012-10-11

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Bandera ISD Director of Federal Programs, Tracy Thayer, at

2012-10-11

By Carolyn B. Edwards BCC Staff Writer

Judy Bernath, executive director of Odyssey Health Care and Hospice, will speak at the Lakehills Area

2012-10-11

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Schreiner University's Monday Night Fiction series

2012-10-11

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2012-10-11

By Bob Jamison

A look at questions asked about mysteries, misunderstandings and interpretations of the Bible.

2012-10-11

Contributed

The ancient trees of the Olympic Peninsula and sustainable

2012-10-11

Courtesy Photo

Team members at Bandera's Wells Fargo Bank, 900 Main Street, recently

2012-10-11

Lauren Langford, MD

Over the past several years, it has become common to hear

2012-10-11

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A Cowboy Capital Pet Assistance League grant for

2012-10-11

Announcement

Artwork is arriving daily and waiting to be hung for

2012-10-11

Announcement

The October meeting of Kerrville Art Club will be held

2012-10-11

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

National Night Out celebrates first responders and the communities

2012-10-18

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Those who don't understand the meaning of the phrase "Cowboy Up" should hightail it out to the Hill Country State Natural Area from 11 am until 4 pm, Saturday, Oct. 20,

2012-10-18

Mary Alyce Special to the Courier

Carol Livingston of the smokey, bluesy delivery purely her own is taking home the 2012 Vocalist honors in the Bandera Music Hall of Fame.

2012-10-18

By Carolyn B. Edwards BCC Staff Writer

Anne Young tried to retire, but it turned into a "re-invention" instead. The friendly brunette with the big smile spent 30 years as a theater director

2012-10-18

Carolyn B Edwards, BCC Staff Wroter

The Texas paloverde, a small tree native to south Texas, revels in hot drought conditions. Unlike many other Hill Country trees which are dropping leaves and branches

2012-10-18

Contributed

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society has selected 14 -year old Emma DeGoes of Bandera as this year's Honored Patient for their 2012 fundraiser.

2012-10-18

Contributed

"Tex" Graves has always had a passion for high tech energy. Several years ago, he read a news blip on the internet from

2012-10-18

By Samuel Trimiar Social Security Public Affairs S

For many retirees, there is nothing that they look forward to as much as a day on the golf course. The game recently has been made more pleasurable by the use of computers

2012-10-18

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The Hill Country Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalists will explore "Oil and Gas Well Drilling in Today's Environment" during a meeting

2012-10-25

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

The 47th annual Utopia Arts and Crafts Guild Fall Fair will take place Saturday, Nov. 3. Pam Crane, this year's featured artist, was selected unanimously

2012-10-25

By Carolyn B. Edwards BCC Staff Writer

You're all prepared for opening day of whitetail deer season. You've got your license, sighted in your rifle, stocked up on plenty of ammo,

2012-10-25

Contributed

This fright season, you don't need a wooden stake, garlic or running water to scare away vampires. You just need to start unplugging. Energy vampires

2012-10-25

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Making custom maps using the latest technology, growing vegetables in the winter and using prescribed fire to improve the land are among topics to be covered