Beginning Monday, faculty at the Texas A&M University School of Law will share their knowledge in a series of one-hour webinars to help Texans understand the benefits and implications of the federal government’s relief package.
PAWS Shelter of Central Texas is in critical need of monetary donations and supplies during the coronavirus quarantine. “We’re trying to stay staffed and supplied during this difficult time,” PAWS Executive Director Melody Hilburn said.
United States Congressman Roger Williams (R) spoke to the Century News about COVID-19 and the national and local response to the virus. The interview was conducted on Friday, March 27 just before the House of Representatives passed the CARES Act coronavirus stimulus package.
Despite the monopoly of coronavirus headlines, it’s important to remember that many community efforts continue, or will continue. One such effort is the dream of local veterans of having their own building. To that end, a number of local volunteers have undertaken the gigantic task of building “Patriots’ Hall of Dripping Springs.”
On March 26, Dripping Springs ISD has extended its current hiatus until April 13 in support of the current “Stay at Home” COVID-19 related orders issued by the state and county governments.