John Burns received the endorsement of outgoing Precinct 4 Commissioner Ray Whisenant.

Tuesday, December 12, 2017
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  Local attorney, and Navy veteran, John Burns announced his candidacy for Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace at the Salt Lick’s Thurman’s Mansion surrounded by supporters. “Over the years, through lots of hard word, dedication, and some luck, I’ve been successful in many areas. I’ve... + continue reading

Project Connect Advisory Committee Member Trey Powers, Vice President Renee Harper, Secretary Lisa Oliva, and President Steve Curran. CENTURY NEWS PHOTOS BY JOHN PACHECO

Sunday, December 10, 2017
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  Steve Curran has one message for you this Christmas, “We need your help.” Steve Curran is co-founder and President of Project Connect Dripping Springs, a nonprofit that helps coordinate and compliment charitable activities in our community. “I got the idea from the Dripping Springs... + continue reading

Little Annie Ruffin visits Santa and shares what she wants for Christmas during Christmas on Mercer Street. Century News Photos by Alyssa Weinstein

Thursday, December 7, 2017
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  This past weekend, the community enjoyed the 13th annual Christmas on Mercer Street hosted by the City of Dripping Springs and the Lion’s Club. Locals walked down Mercer enjoying the booths, food, live music, and shopping the event had to offer with family and friends. For the... + continue reading

Tigers #42 Beau Collins, #17 Miles Farris, #3 Curt Raymond, and #21 Josh Embry take to the field for the coin toss. PHOTOS COURTESY OF RONNIE ADAIR PHOTOGRAPHY

Thursday, December 7, 2017
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  All the hopes and dreams of a far-reaching season was taken away from the Dripping Springs Tigers as the Richmond Foster Falcons swooped down and took advantage of six turn- overs for twenty-one points and a 28-21 victory. Even though it looked possible by the end of the game, there would... + continue reading

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Thursday, December 7, 2017
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In a tradition more than 26 years old, PEC’s headquarters will be illuminated throughout the holiday season as part of the annual Johnson City Lights Spectacular event. More than 1.2 million LED lights will brighten PEC’s corporate campus and surrounding oak trees. Members and guests are invited... + continue reading

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12/10/2017
  Monday, December 11, at 6 p.m. is the deadline for aspiring candidates to file for a place on the ballot for the March 6 primary election. Both the Democratic and Republican parties will hold their primaries on March 6, with a runoff-election if necessary slated for May 22. The deadline... + continue reading
12/04/2017
A San Marcos Police Officer was shot and killed Monday afternoon while serving a warrant in the Cottonwood Creek subdivision. The officer’s name is being withheld pending notification of next of kin. He and other SMPD officers were serving a warrant in the subdivision when the suspect shot him... + continue reading

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John Burns received the endorsement of outgoing Precinct 4 Commissioner Ray Whisenant.

12/12/2017 - 0 comment(s)
  Local attorney, and Navy veteran, John Burns announced his candidacy for Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace at the Salt Lick’s Thurman’s Mansion surrounded by supporters. “Over the years, through lots of hard word, dedication, and some luck, I’ve been successful in many areas. I’ve... + continue reading

Project Connect Advisory Committee Member Trey Powers, Vice President Renee Harper, Secretary Lisa Oliva, and President Steve Curran. CENTURY NEWS PHOTOS BY JOHN PACHECO

12/10/2017 - 0 comment(s)
  Steve Curran has one message for you this Christmas, “We need your help.” Steve Curran is co-founder and President of Project Connect Dripping Springs, a nonprofit that helps coordinate and compliment charitable activities in our community. “I got the idea from the Dripping Springs... + continue reading

Little Annie Ruffin visits Santa and shares what she wants for Christmas during Christmas on Mercer Street. Century News Photos by Alyssa Weinstein

12/07/2017 - 0 comment(s)
  This past weekend, the community enjoyed the 13th annual Christmas on Mercer Street hosted by the City of Dripping Springs and the Lion’s Club. Locals walked down Mercer enjoying the booths, food, live music, and shopping the event had to offer with family and friends. For the... + continue reading

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Tigers #42 Beau Collins, #17 Miles Farris, #3 Curt Raymond, and #21 Josh Embry take to the field for the coin toss. PHOTOS COURTESY OF RONNIE ADAIR PHOTOGRAPHY

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  All the hopes and dreams of a far-reaching season was taken away from the Dripping Springs Tigers as the Richmond Foster Falcons swooped down and took advantage of six turn- overs for... + 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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Associate Pastor Ken Edwards and Lead Pastor Brent Batson of Church of the Springs. CENTURY NEWS PHOTO BY JOHN PACHECO

11/03/2017 - 0 comment(s)
  There’s a saying that two heads are better than one, and if that’s true, why not two churches? On June 25th  of this year, Church of the Springs and Compass Church merged and became... + continue reading

Professional organizer Catharine Murphy. PHOTO COURTESY OF PASSION FOR ORDER

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Lonnie Atkinson and Library Director Marcia Atilano prep for the "Jazz at the Library" summer concert. In addition to books and information, the Dripping Springs Community Library hosts many community events throughout the year.

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Keith Lancaster conducting a spring concert.

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