Singer Songwriter Lonnie Atkinson plays a little preview of his upcoming jazz concert for Library Director Marcia Atilano. The concert will take place in the children’s room. PHOTO BY JOHN PACHECO

Sunday, August 13, 2017
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Musicians Lonnie Atkinson and Larry Eisenberg will perform “Jazz at the Library” on Thursday, August 17, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., at the Dripping Springs Community Library (DSCL), 501 Sportsplex Drive. Singer songwriter Lonnie Atkinson has played with Tanya Tucker, David Allan Coe, and... + continue reading

Keith Lancaster conducting a spring concert.

Thursday, August 3, 2017
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If you'll recall, River City was never the same after the Music Man came to town. The same may be said for Dripping Springs, after Keith Lancaster steps down as director of the Dripping Springs High School Band. Lancaster is retiring at the end of the Fall semester. He leaves a stellar... + continue reading

Caroline Welton next to her piano. “She is a piano player and loves music,” Caroline’s mother says. PHOTO COURTESY OF AMY JEANNE WELTON.

Thursday, August 3, 2017
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As an American Heritage Girl (AHG), Caroline Welton has a mission. She wants to initiate a new program, “Music and Memory,” at the Johnson City LBJ Nursing Home by providing 20 nursing home with a personalized playlist on an iPod, which contains music “that speaks to them.” The idea being... + continue reading

SCBC Associate Pastor and Music Director Connan Coker, and Building and Grounds Facilitator Ronnie “Shorty” Barnett break ground on the new SCBC Family Life Center. PHOTO BY SUZANNE PACHECO

Thursday, August 3, 2017
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Sunset Canyon Baptist Church (SCBC) will broke ground on their new Family Life Center on Sunday, July 30, 2017. The “Celebration of Groundbreaking” took place at 10:45am on the building site behind their main Church building. At the ceremony, SCBC Senior Pastor Dr. Lonny Poe spoke of how the... + continue reading

Texas Veteran Affairs Commission member and former Marine Jim Darwin, Brigadier General (retired) and State Representative District 2 Dan Flynn, Dripping Springs’ State Representative Jason Isaac, County Commissioner Ray Whisenant, Warrior’s Path Founder James Irwin, and Warrior’s Path (Boulder Facility) volunteer Josh Goldberg, all are lending their support to the local program development.

Sunday, July 30, 2017
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Operation Warrior’s Path, a new PTSD and reintegration assistance program for veterans, held its initial introduction presentation to the Dripping Springs community on Monday July 24, at the Loralee Foundation Ranch on Fitzhugh Road. The event was attended by various local government elected... + continue reading

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08/16/2017
Compiled from DSISD press releases DRIPPING SPRINGS ELEMENTARY Monday, August 21: Meet the Teacher Night for Grades Pre-K, Kinder, 1, and 2, Classrooms, 5:00-5:45 p.m. Meet the Teacher Night for Grades 3, 4, and 5, Classrooms, 5:45-6:30 p.m. Thursday, September 7: Parent Orientation–... + continue reading
08/12/2017
Beginning Sunday night, August 13, TxDOT will be repaving U.S. 290 from Cannon Ranch Road to the Hays/Travis County Line. This is a three to four-week project and work will occur during overnight hours to keep traffic impacts minimal. Drivers can expect single lane closures during construction... + continue reading

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Singer Songwriter Lonnie Atkinson plays a little preview of his upcoming jazz concert for Library Director Marcia Atilano. The concert will take place in the children’s room. PHOTO BY JOHN PACHECO

08/13/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Musicians Lonnie Atkinson and Larry Eisenberg will perform “Jazz at the Library” on Thursday, August 17, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., at the Dripping Springs Community Library (DSCL), 501 Sportsplex Drive. Singer songwriter Lonnie Atkinson has played with Tanya Tucker, David Allan Coe, and... + continue reading

Keith Lancaster conducting a spring concert.

08/03/2017 - 0 comment(s)
If you'll recall, River City was never the same after the Music Man came to town. The same may be said for Dripping Springs, after Keith Lancaster steps down as director of the Dripping Springs High School Band. Lancaster is retiring at the end of the Fall semester. He leaves a stellar... + continue reading

Caroline Welton next to her piano. “She is a piano player and loves music,” Caroline’s mother says. PHOTO COURTESY OF AMY JEANNE WELTON.

08/03/2017 - 0 comment(s)
As an American Heritage Girl (AHG), Caroline Welton has a mission. She wants to initiate a new program, “Music and Memory,” at the Johnson City LBJ Nursing Home by providing 20 nursing home with a personalized playlist on an iPod, which contains music “that speaks to them.” The idea being... + continue reading

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  National League: Games continue to be close and the standings. The final games on the two fields had comeback wins in the result. League standings: Fighting Pharmers 2-0, Slapnut Magoos... + continue reading

 

Volleyball: Lady Tigers won the outright championship and made another run before falling in the quarterfinals.

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Seniors Kiele Miller, Hayley Odell, Lexi Poehl and Sydney Campbell pose with Dripping Springs’ semi-finalist plaque at Red and Charline McCombs Field in Ausitn. CENTURY NEWS PHOTO BY ISHMAEL JOHNSON

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Pitcher Reese Johnson throws the heat. PHOTO BY ISHMAEL JOHNSON

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Keith Lancaster conducting a spring concert.

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If you'll recall, River City was never the same after the Music Man came to town. The same may be said for Dripping Springs, after Keith Lancaster steps down as director of the Dripping Springs... + continue reading

Caroline Welton next to her piano. “She is a piano player and loves music,” Caroline’s mother says. PHOTO COURTESY OF AMY JEANNE WELTON.

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Photo: Kristina Dickenson winning first place in "Hunt Seat Equitation," while attending Dripping Springs High School. She was also crowned 2015 Hays County Junior Livestock Show Queen in 2015, and was active in both FFA and 4H. PHOTO COURTESY OF LYNNE DICKENSON

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DSHS Valedictorian Rachel Nix and Salutatorian Michael Martinets before start of processional.

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