Team Konstant members

Thursday, March 23, 2017
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  “Spring Konstant,” the Dripping Springs High School robotic team, won the prestigious Rookie All-Star Award at the FIRST Dallas Regional robotics competition; and qualified for the World Championship competition. The Dripping Springs team was formed this year and consists of 27 team... + continue reading

 

Addyson Douglas peers at the sun through a special solar telescope provided by Festival volunteer Mark Carlson.  Carlson is a member of the Austin Astronomical Society and stargazing hobbyist. 

Thursday, March 23, 2017
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  The Texas Night Sky Festival, was once again a hit with the local community according to event organizer Cindy Luongo Cassidy. “It was absolutely a success. We haven’t done our wristband count yet, so we don’t know the exact number, but I think it was a bigger crowd than last year.... + continue reading
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Reading directly led to RED Arena receiving a generous $25,000 donation. RED Arena, a Dripping Springs nonprofit that serves children and adults in physical, occupational and speech therapy with the use of horses, announced a new reading program for children called “REDy to Read.”  In it... + continue reading

 

DSHS Hi-Steppers celebrate with their trophies from the season.

Thursday, March 23, 2017
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  The Dripping Springs High School Hi-Steppers have completed their competitive season with multiple honors. At the Vista Ridge Classic, senior soloist Lauren Mamrosh and the duet of Sage Handley and Natalie Green placed first in their events. Junior Jillian Bohuslav and freshman Rylee... + continue reading

 

Brian Sjolseth

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  Letter to the Editor Daylight Saving Time (the changing of clocks one hour forward today – the second Sunday in March, then changing back the first Sunday in November) is a day for which people cheer in November for that “extra hour” of sleep, but curse in March for their “loss”.... + continue reading

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  A Dripping Springs man was indicted for allegedly threatening to kill soldiers on Fort Hood. Thomas Anthony Chestnut was indicted with one count of “interstate communications with threat to injure” by a Waco grand jury on March 15, according to U.S. Attorney Richard L. Durbin, Jr., and... + continue reading
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  Three incumbents and three newcomers are running for the three Dripping Springs City Council seats on the ballot for the May 6, 2017 Election. Incumbents Santos Y. Alba, Charles Busbey, and Bill Foulds are running for reelection; while newcomers William Travis Crow, Taline Manassian,... + continue reading

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Team Konstant members

03/23/2017 - 0 comment(s)
  “Spring Konstant,” the Dripping Springs High School robotic team, won the prestigious Rookie All-Star Award at the FIRST Dallas Regional robotics competition; and qualified for the World Championship competition. The Dripping Springs team was formed this year and consists of 27 team... + continue reading

 

Addyson Douglas peers at the sun through a special solar telescope provided by Festival volunteer Mark Carlson.  Carlson is a member of the Austin Astronomical Society and stargazing hobbyist. 

03/23/2017 - 0 comment(s)
  The Texas Night Sky Festival, was once again a hit with the local community according to event organizer Cindy Luongo Cassidy. “It was absolutely a success. We haven’t done our wristband count yet, so we don’t know the exact number, but I think it was a bigger crowd than last year.... + continue reading
03/23/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Reading directly led to RED Arena receiving a generous $25,000 donation. RED Arena, a Dripping Springs nonprofit that serves children and adults in physical, occupational and speech therapy with the use of horses, announced a new reading program for children called “REDy to Read.”  In it... + continue reading

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  The new Tiger baseball field got indoctrinated in a myriad of ways as Dripping Springs hosted an 11-team tourney in conjunction with Pflugerville Hendrickson. Thanks to the all-weather... + continue reading

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Reading directly led to RED Arena receiving a generous $25,000 donation. RED Arena, a Dripping Springs nonprofit that serves children and adults in physical, occupational and speech therapy with... + continue reading

 

Executive Director Steve Fournier at the Burke Center

 

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4-H members Nora Cowles and Claire Thomas hold their Serama chickens. Seramas are the smallest breed of chickens in the world and are native to Malaysia. PHOTO BY SUZANNE PACHECO

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