Farewell & hail & hail & hail
During the recent RiverFest celebration, Bandera Mayor Pro Tem Maggie Schumacher said goodbye to Deputy Marshal Earl Heidelberg and hello to newly minted part-time Deputy Marshal Ruben Nino.
Heidelberg begins duty with the Bandera County Sheriff's Office on Thursday, July 12.
After being approved by city council on June 21, Nino took over the City Park beat on Saturday, June 30.
A former Bandera County jailer, he is also a reserve officer in Bexar County.
City Marshall Charlie Hicks takes the municipality's law enforcement reins on Monday, July 16, and brings with him Reserve Deputy Marshal Scott McNaughton, a BCSO former deputy.
Welcome to your new duties in the Cowboy Capital of the World, Deputy Marshal Nino and Reserve Deputy Marshal McNaughton!