Hidden Springs Ranch residents celebrate immediately after the City Council agreed to a crash gate, for the Roger Hanks Parkway extension. The crash gate will impede traffic into their neighborhood. PHOTO BY JOHN PACHECO

Thursday, May 25, 2017
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  City Council agreed at its May 16 meeting to add a crash gate to the proposed Roger Hanks Parkway extension plan, and its connection to the Hidden Springs Ranch (HSR) neighborhood. Hidden Springs Ranch (HSR) resident had been requesting a neighborhood crash gate be added to any plans... + continue reading

 

Jayci Goldsmith holds her award. SUBMITTED PHOTO 

Thursday, May 25, 2017
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  Jayci Goldsmith was able to add to the history of Dripping Springs sports when she became the 2017 5A state singles champion in tennis. This allowed tennis to join the club of Dripping Springs sports that have reached the state level of play. Tennis is one of the first UIL-sponsored... + continue reading

 

Charlie Berghoffer on therapy horse Hans with physical therapist, Lorri French, and volunteer Becky Sommer.  SUBMITTED PHOTO

Thursday, May 25, 2017
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  RED Arena is a place that offers hope. RED stands for Riding Equines for the Disabled, and although there are horses everywhere, it is not a riding stable. What goes on there is much more important. The 501(c) 3 non-profit, under the supervision of licensed therapists, offer help for... + continue reading

 

Fron left to right: Composer William Owens, Band Director Loren Welles, honoree Linda McDavitt, Band Director Jay Larson, and Band Director Jana Galloway. SUBMITTED PHOTO

Thursday, May 25, 2017
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  Musician-activist Bono must have attended last Tuesday's Dripping Springs Middle School (DSMS) Band's spring concert when he said, "Music can change the world because it can change people," and anyone in the packed house who didn't experience a lighter spirit, joy-filled soul and more... + continue reading

 

Constable Ron Hood, with the help of the Sheriff deputies, closed down the intersection of Hwy 290 and Rob Shelton during the helicopter medevac.

Thursday, May 25, 2017
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  A contractor punctured a major gas line in the Hays Country Acres subdivision at approximately 9 a.m., on Wednesday May 24, causing the Hays County Sheriff’s Office to evacuate local residents. A Code Red, reverse 911 was sent to all residents in the subdivision to evacuate. East... + continue reading

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Hidden Springs Ranch residents celebrate immediately after the City Council agreed to a crash gate, for the Roger Hanks Parkway extension. The crash gate will impede traffic into their neighborhood. PHOTO BY JOHN PACHECO

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  City Council agreed at its May 16 meeting to add a crash gate to the proposed Roger Hanks Parkway extension plan, and its connection to the Hidden Springs Ranch (HSR) neighborhood. Hidden Springs Ranch (HSR) resident had been requesting a neighborhood crash gate be added to any plans... + continue reading

 

Jayci Goldsmith holds her award. SUBMITTED PHOTO 

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  Jayci Goldsmith was able to add to the history of Dripping Springs sports when she became the 2017 5A state singles champion in tennis. This allowed tennis to join the club of Dripping Springs sports that have reached the state level of play. Tennis is one of the first UIL-sponsored... + continue reading

 

Charlie Berghoffer on therapy horse Hans with physical therapist, Lorri French, and volunteer Becky Sommer.  SUBMITTED PHOTO

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  RED Arena is a place that offers hope. RED stands for Riding Equines for the Disabled, and although there are horses everywhere, it is not a riding stable. What goes on there is much more important. The 501(c) 3 non-profit, under the supervision of licensed therapists, offer help for... + continue reading

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Jayci Goldsmith holds her award. SUBMITTED PHOTO 

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  Jayci Goldsmith was able to add to the history of Dripping Springs sports when she became the 2017 5A state singles champion in tennis. This allowed tennis to join the club of Dripping... + continue reading

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Fron left to right: Composer William Owens, Band Director Loren Welles, honoree Linda McDavitt, Band Director Jay Larson, and Band Director Jana Galloway. SUBMITTED PHOTO

05/25/2017 - 0 comment(s)
  Musician-activist Bono must have attended last Tuesday's Dripping Springs Middle School (DSMS) Band's spring concert when he said, "Music can change the world because it can change people... + continue reading