2012-11-01

By Carolyn B. Edwards

I played the saxophone when I was in high school band. Despite the fact that I love all kinds of music,

2012-11-01

By Feather Wilson

The NASA Kepler telescope launched in March 2009 has found the ideal planet for girls. It is loaded with diamonds. In fact

2012-11-01

By Feather Wilson

The NASA Kepler telescope launched in March 2009 has found the ideal planet for girls. It is loaded with diamonds. In fact

2012-11-01

By Mikie Baker

Recently, Stroke of Genius and I made plans for a trip to San Francisco - a combo business trip and vacation.

2012-11-01

By Doug White

I was invited by a friend to go trick-or-treating in Bandera. Her name was Noahlene Bergman. Her sister Patsy joined us

2012-11-08

By Carolyn B. Edwards

Eleven years after 9/11, the United States of America still holds over 160 people imprisoned at the detention center at Guantanamo Bay,

2012-11-08

By Dennis Allyn

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2012-11-08

By Doug White

There I was, shopping in Kerrville where I ran into a gentlemen who collects motorcycles. As we talked, I noticed in the corner was a Seeburg jukebox.

2012-11-08

By Feather Wilson

It does not matter who won the election. This country, this state and this community are sliding down a slippery slope to low growth

2012-11-08

By Charles Prokop

Anglers are famous (or infamous) for stories about the one that got away. They'll point at a broken rod or an empty ice chest and swear

2012-11-08

By Vicki L. George

Come to Bandera County Helping hand through the end of this week, Friday, Nov. 9, and bring your canned goods.

2012-11-08

By Mikie Baker

Last week, I headed off on an airplane to an entirely different state two time zones away. My experience? More like the Twilight Zone. Frankly, I felt like Granny

2012-11-08

By Doris Doebbler

We've turned the clock back and gained an hour, had nice rains to bring things back to life, the fall weather is pleasant and our friends from up north are gracing us

2012-11-08

By Bandera County Recipe Box

I decided to do this feature these recipes shortly after the demise of one of my idols at the age of 90 on August 13, 2012, but I couldn't find my copy of "Helen Gurley Brown's Single Girl's Cookbook." A week later,

2012-11-15

By Carolyn B. Edwards

I don't fly very often. In fact, a couple of weeks ago, I got on a plane for the first time since about a month before 9-11. I took Southwest to Dallas

2012-11-15

By Dennis Allyn

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2012-11-15

By Doug White

There I was, on my way home from Bandera, when I saw this cool looking car parked on a driveway. It turned out to belong to a real cool fellow

2012-11-15

By Feather Wilson

El Niño, which is a warming of the central Pacific, decided Texas did not matter. El Niño usually brings more rain

2012-11-15

By Charles Prokop

There's something about coming home that brings out the best in a golfer. Maybe it's getting back to a familiar course and conditions, maybe it's seeing friends and renewing old rivalries,

2012-11-15

By Vicki L. George

We are still accepting applications for Thanksgiving meals. If anyone needs a Thanksgiving dinner,

2012-11-15

By Doris Doebbler

We have something new coming to Silver Sage this week - actually today, Thursday, Nov. 15! Beverly Hanks will offer a study group

2012-11-15

By Mikie Baker

Actually, it's two men in a shower, not a tub. Either way, all heck just broke loose around here. It began innocently enough. I asked Stroke of Genius

2012-11-22

By Carolyn B. Edwards

1 Thessalonians 5:18 give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus. It is easy to give thanks. We have so many things to be thankful for. This year,

2012-11-22

By Dennis Allyn

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2012-11-22

By Doug White

I am very pleased to announce that we have a new Church's Chicken Car. It's a 1996 Cadillac Sedan Deville. The car is 19 years newer than our original

2012-11-22

By Feather Wilson

The Texas State Constitution states "the state will provide for the maintenance, support and direction of a University of the first class." During the 1950s and 1960s

2012-11-22

By Charles Prokop

Golf had its beginnings in the fields of Scotland, a place known for unpredictable weather and cold winds, and its addictive nature of the sport was a problem

2012-11-22

By Vicki L. George

"Enter His gates with thanksgiving ... for the Lord is good and His love endures forever." Psalm 100: 4-5

2012-11-22

By Doris Doebbler

Happy Thanksgiving to our faithful readers. We have so much to be thankful for here at Silver Sage, and you are among our dearest! Wasn't the 2012 Gift and Fashion Show last week

2012-11-22

By Mikie Baker

"An onion can make people cry, but there has never been a vegetable invented to make them laugh." Will Rogers

2012-11-29

By Carolyn B. Edwards

I love music. Music of all kinds. I am a very talented listener. And I hum quite nicely. My singing and playing skills, unfortunately

2012-11-29

By Dennis Allyn

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2012-11-29

By Doug White

There I was, very excited about driving our new Chicken Car in its first Christmas Parade the Kerrville 2012 Holiday Lighted Parade, 17 November. Since I was instructed to leave the Chicken Car in Kerrville at the Church's Chicken store and needed a ride home after the parade, I invited my better

2012-11-29

By Feather Wilson

The Texas Data Center of the Office of the State Demographer has recently published Tables for Texas Population Projections

2012-11-29

By Charles Prokop

A top hat full of feathers. That's how much it took to stuff a feathery, the top-of-the-line golf ball back when Old Tom Morris first walked the links

2012-11-29

By Vicki L. George

"Jesus loves the little children, all the children of the world. Red and yellow, black and white, all are precious in His sight," so goes the old Sunday School song.

2012-11-29

By Mikie Baker

The Dancing Dog Ranch has been a buzz of activity lately. We've had the pleasure of having guests from both the east and the west