Justice of the Peace Precinct 4 Candidates John Burns (left) and Robert Avera (right). CENTURY NEWS PHOTOS

Sunday, May 20, 2018
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  Justice of the Peace Precinct 4 Candidates, In their own words The Century News asked both Justice of the Peace Precinct 4 (JP4) candidates to explain why they are running for the office.  Since there is no Democrat candidate for JP 4, the winner of the Primary Runoff on... + continue reading

Lend a hand students - (From left to right) Anya Thomas, Gabrielle Avera, Melissa Richardson, Natalie Chavez, Sierra Stevens, and Riordan Tiller

Friday, May 18, 2018
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  Creating a functioning hand for someone who actually needs it is the work of six freshman girls at Dripping Springs High School (DSHS). The six meet after school to work on this project in DSHS teacher Jad Jadeja’s classroom. “It’s bleeding edge technology,” Jadeja said, laughing about... + continue reading

Jackson and Karis Rauch, Alex and Andrew McNutt unload dozens of filled food bags and help load into climate controlled storage donated by Locktite Storage. PHOTO COURTESY OF MANDI MCNUTT

Wednesday, May 16, 2018
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  The fourth-annual city “School’s Out, Food’s In” (SOFI) food drive continues until Friday May 18. School's Out, Food's In bags are still being accepted at Kwik Kar of Dripping Springs, Dripping Springs Delights, LockTite Storage in Dripping Springs, and Hill Country Bible Church... + continue reading

Mexican free-tailed bat

Wednesday, May 16, 2018
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  A rabid bat was found at the 100 block of Canterbury Drive in the Belterra Subdivision on May 11.  Hays County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a dead bat call and found the animal, on the ground, next to a residential driveway. The bat was taken to the Department of State Health... + continue reading

Prior to the election, DSISD Superintendent Dr. Bruce Gearing appeared in a number of community meetings to explain the bond proposal and answer questions from the audience.  CENTURY NEWS PHOTO BY JOHN PACHECO

Sunday, May 6, 2018
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  The election results are in with Dripping Springs voters approving all three propositions before them on May 5. The biggest money ticket item this election, the DSISD $132 million bond proposal, passed narrowly at 50.47% in favor, with 49.53% against.  This paves the way for... + continue reading

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05/08/2018
The Hays County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public’s assistance in locating a missing person last seen in the 6800 Block of Fitzhugh Road in Dripping Springs. A missing person call was received Tuesday, May 8 at approximately 10:45 a.m. The missing person has been identified as 45-year-old... + continue reading
05/05/2018
  City Council Beat A summary of the Dripping Springs City Council meeting on Tuesday April 17. Present for the April 17 meeting were Mayor Pro Tem Bill Foulds, and council members Travis Crow, Wade King, and Taline Manassian. Absent for the meeting were Mayor Todd Purcell and... + continue reading

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Justice of the Peace Precinct 4 Candidates John Burns (left) and Robert Avera (right). CENTURY NEWS PHOTOS

05/20/2018 - 0 comment(s)
  Justice of the Peace Precinct 4 Candidates, In their own words The Century News asked both Justice of the Peace Precinct 4 (JP4) candidates to explain why they are running for the office.  Since there is no Democrat candidate for JP 4, the winner of the Primary Runoff on... + continue reading

Lend a hand students - (From left to right) Anya Thomas, Gabrielle Avera, Melissa Richardson, Natalie Chavez, Sierra Stevens, and Riordan Tiller

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The child’s artificial hand can clench objects

05/18/2018 - 0 comment(s)
  Creating a functioning hand for someone who actually needs it is the work of six freshman girls at Dripping Springs High School (DSHS). The six meet after school to work on this project in DSHS teacher Jad Jadeja’s classroom. “It’s bleeding edge technology,” Jadeja said, laughing about... + continue reading

Jackson and Karis Rauch, Alex and Andrew McNutt unload dozens of filled food bags and help load into climate controlled storage donated by Locktite Storage. PHOTO COURTESY OF MANDI MCNUTT

05/16/2018 - 0 comment(s)
  The fourth-annual city “School’s Out, Food’s In” (SOFI) food drive continues until Friday May 18. School's Out, Food's In bags are still being accepted at Kwik Kar of Dripping Springs, Dripping Springs Delights, LockTite Storage in Dripping Springs, and Hill Country Bible Church... + continue reading

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Coach Bill Cafferata, Seniors Josh Hays, Connor Jamail, Sean O’Connor, Gabe Reno, Mark Tressler, and Diedrich Welling. PHOTO BY TROY WALKER   

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The inside outside dual scoring threat of seniors Connor Jamail and Gabe Reno continued Tuesday night as the pair scored eight of the twelve goals in the 12-10 victory against Anderson High School.... + continue reading

Ryland Kinnard finished his Tiger year with the second most career wins, 170. PHOTO BY KIRA DYER

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A very large Brahma Light Rooster awaiting judges at the recent Fancy Feathers Chicken Show.  CENTURY NEWS PHOTO BY JOHN PACHECO       

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  What began as a silent underground movement in cities such as Boston, Massachusetts and Madison, Wisconsin, has winged its way across the country, coming home to roost in unsuspecting... + continue reading

Hope Barton and a one-day old kid.

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Girls finished, final cleanup, goodbyes given. PHOTO SUBMITTED BY BOB PURSLEY

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Jerrie Crockett in front of the Akins High School Orchestra. CENTURY NEWS PHOTOS BY JOHN PACHECO

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