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Grab your dice, a pencil and spark your imagination! The Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library will be hosting a Pathfinder 2e (second edition) role-playing game session on Tuesday, Nov. 3 starting at 4:30 p.m.
After an extensive search and interview process, the City of Kerrville is pleased to announce that Chris McCall has been named the city’s new police chief.
The Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department invites you to stroll along the Kerrville River Trail in search of painted pumpkin rocks!
The City of Kerrville would like to make residents aware of an upcoming road closure to occur on Water Street.
The Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library is pleased to announce that it has joined OverDrive’s Lonestar Consortium for ebooks/audiobooks.
The City of Kerrville would like to make residents aware of an upcoming road closure to occur on Newton Street between Peterson Drive and Mae Drive.
Kerrville Mayor Bill Blackburn read a proclamation at the Oct. 13 city council meeting declaring October as Hill Country Night Sky Month.
The Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library is pleased to announce the return of the “Talking Texas” Book Club, which meets the fourth Thursday of each month at 11:30 a.m. on the library’s lower level.
Kerrville City Council members on Tuesday held a groundbreaking to celebrate a successful partnership with the Headwaters Groundwater Conservation District on an exploratory groundwater well in the Ellenburger Aquifer located in southeast Kerrville.
Kerrville City Council members on Tuesday held a groundbreaking for the major street reconstruction work that has begun along Guadalupe Street and several other nearby roadways (Plaza Street, Water Street, Francisco Lemos).
S&P Global ratings, an international leader in credit analysis, recently maintained the City of Kerrville’s debt rating at AA.
The City of Kerrville is pleased to announce that Danielle Brigati has been named director of the Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library.
The City of Kerrville held an official ribbon cutting this morning to celebrate the completion of another segment of The Kerrville River Trail. The approximately one-mile segment connects the existing trail from G Street to Schreiner University.
City of Kerrville Fire Chief Dannie Smith has announced that he will retire from the department effective Jan. 1, 2021. Smith has served as KFD’s chief since 2014.