Friday, May 29, 2020

Council will assess economic damage caused by COVID-19

Kerrville's City Council will hold a regular meeting on Tuesday night at City Hall. The meeting will be available virtually, with members of the public tuning in on local television, live stream, or by calling into the city's Zoom comment system. Council...

Belew attempts to terminate county emergency order; fails for lack of second

During Monday morning's meeting of the Kerr County Commissioners Court, Harley Belew made a motion to terminate the county's emergency declaration that has been in place since March 24. After a lengthy discussion, the motion failed for lack of a "second," meaning...

“Travel-related.” The story of the third positive case of COVID-19 in Kerr County

On Tuesday, April 14, Kerr County released a statement confirming that a third person in our community had tested positive for COVID-19 -- the coronavirus that has ravaged the United States in recent weeks. The press release revealed that a man had...

Local golf courses remain open, encourage social distancing

Local golf courses have remained open since last Tuesday's executive order from Governor Greg Abbott which shuttered "non-essential" businesses and encouraged residents to stay home except for essential tasks such as grocery shopping, or for exercise and use of parks, among other...

Local updates for April 3

Kerrville and Kerr County experienced a busy news day to wrap up an extremely busy week of local news. Here are the highlights for Friday, April 3. Second case confirmed in Kerr County According to news...

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