Wednesday, August 17, 2016
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Even with the recent rains, the current trend shows that local aquifers are down.  Though the rains will help, the aquifers are experiencing the dryness of a long hot summer. After a strong winter and full in terms of rain, aquifer levels look healthy. No area in Central Texas is... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
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The Back to School Fiesta was another success as nearly 500 students received free school supplies, backpacks, Payless Shoes gift cards and a free book last weekend. “It went great, just like most years,” Vicki McCuistion, with the Back to School Fiesta, said. “We had a lot of great help from... + continue reading

Left is Griffin Plummer and right is Judy Roach holding the ribbon for the owner and son to cut.

Wednesday, August 17, 2016
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The 18th home built by Wimberley’s Habitat for Humanity is now finished, but it has a unique Wimberley touch that rest can’t claim. Lane and Beverly Hartsock had their home washed away in the flood. They lost everything – everything but the front door. “We usually don’t accept stuff like this... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
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With vintage buildings large and small on rolling lawns under majestic oaks, Kevin Fowler’s Rustic Ranch embodies “old Texas charm” for the Wimberley Players annual fundraiser, scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 25, from 5:30 to 9:00 p.m. Chaired by Al and Jean Sander, the Players’ planning committee... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
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Hays County Deputy Sheriff Tate Puryear (pronounced Preer) has been with the Sheriff’s Department for 23 years, and a motorcycle traffic officer for 12 years. He serves the Wimberley and Dripping Springs area. He knows the entire area pretty well, having strong family roots on both sides of the... + continue reading

Left is Griffin Plummer and right is Judy Roach holding the ribbon for the owner and son to cut.

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08/20/2016
The Central Texas area around the Interstate 35 corridor is expected to get heavy rains over Saturday night through Sunday evening. According to the National Weather Service, they are expecting... + continue reading

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08/17/2016
Even with the recent rains, the current trend shows that local aquifers are down.  Though the rains will help, the aquifers are experiencing the dryness of a long hot summer. After a strong winter and full in terms of rain, aquifer levels look healthy. No area in Central Texas is... + continue reading
08/17/2016
The Back to School Fiesta was another success as nearly 500 students received free school supplies, backpacks, Payless Shoes gift cards and a free book last weekend. “It went great, just like most years,” Vicki McCuistion, with the Back to School Fiesta, said. “We had a lot of great help from... + continue reading

Left is Griffin Plummer and right is Judy Roach holding the ribbon for the owner and son to cut.

08/17/2016
The 18th home built by Wimberley’s Habitat for Humanity is now finished, but it has a unique Wimberley touch that rest can’t claim. Lane and Beverly Hartsock had their home washed away in the flood. They lost everything – everything but the front door. “We usually don’t accept stuff like this... + continue reading
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San Antonio - The Minnesota Lynx were every bit as good as the season high 11,171 screaming fans who packed into the AT&T Center on Tuesday morning probably thought they would be. And although... + continue reading