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Sign saga: City, 0; Anderson, 1

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

For Courier readers following the "sign flap saga," featuring the City

Mayhem on the Medina

Photo by Judith Pannebaker

Chuck wagon cookie, Tommy Dipple of Bastrop, was one of many characters

Comic of the Week

by Dennis Allyn


At last - 'Welcome to Bandera'

Photo by Dennis Allyn

It took private enterprise to do what city government seemed

BCRAGD looking at more notices of violation

By Carolyn B. Edwards BCC Staff Writer

The Bandera County River Authority and Groundwater District (BCRAGD) is looking at issuing more notices

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Charges stack against Hay

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Nathan "Nat" Hay, owner of the now defunct Bandera Computers once located in the City of Bandera, has been charged with a third felony

Registration dates for Medina ISD pre-K, kindergarten roundup


Registration dates have been announced

Freshman orientation at MHS


Parents and current eighth graders are invited to attend

Counselors implement HB 5 with eighth graders

Photo courtesy BISD

BISD Counselors Cynthia Anderson, left, and Deanna McLendon, right, work with 8th grade students to put

Power line down on 470

Courtesy photo

An oversized load snagged a telephone cable on

Myth of multi-tasking! April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month


Most of us incorrectly assure

- Law West and East of Privilege Creek -

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

We gotcher back... with 3 hots and a cot!

Drug take back program April 26

Special to the Courier

A Drug Take Back Program, sponsored by the Bandera County Sheriff's Office, in conjunction with

- Editor's View - Suspect jerky treats back on shelves

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Last year, Nestle Purina PetCare, makers of Waggin' Train and Canyon Creek Ranch jerky treats, and the Del Monte Corp., makers of Milo's Kitchen products, voluntarily pulled their

Spring cleaning for crime prevention

Courtesy of Bandera Marshal's Office

Since spring is finally here, now is the time

National Boys & Girls Club Week celebrated

By Greg Parker

Each year, Boys & Girls Clubs around the country celebrate

Meeting on water issues held in Mico

By Sula Combs Special to the Courier

Because many wells around Medina Lake have gone dry due to the current drought

HCM bereavement support group


Administrators with the Hill Country Memorial (HCM) Hospice announce

New app connects Texas veterans


The Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) has developed a mobile phone app

Making nice 'Mayhem' on the Medina

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Presented by Bandera Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center, Mayhem on the Medina took