The owners of the newly opened Roadrunners Kitchen and Spirits have a message for Dripping Springs, “Be prepared to taste the best burger you’ve ever had, and be prepared to have fun on our 2 acres.” Roadrunners owners Nico IIai and Steve Gee have put the focus on elevating the burger with their offerings of grass fed, hormone free, tri-blend angus beef burgers. After that, comes a focus of providing a family destination, and a full bar, with unique craft cocktails for adults.
Hays County Judge Ruben Becerra hosted a public meeting at Dripping Springs City Hall on Jul. 2. The event was part of his “Hundred Days in Hays” meet-and-greets, which he has been holding around the county. During the meetings, Becerra shares what he has done in his first 100 days in office and asks members of the public what they would like to see happen in the next 100 days. He was joined at the Dripping Springs meeting by Pct. 4 Commissioner Walt Smith.
Brianne Baley, a 2010 Dripping Springs High School graduate, graduated from the LECOM (Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine) in June, with a Doctorate of Dental Medicine (DMD) degree. She is the daughter of David and Gena Baley, and granddaughter of Pete and Jody Baley.
Outgoing Post Commander Roger Keats installed the new incoming officers of the Vince F. Taylor American Legion Post 290 (Dripping Springs), at its July meeting. The new officers are (left to right); Harold W. Leung - Finance Officer, Gary Hale - Adjutant, Mike Glascock- 1st Vice Commander, and Ben Adair - Commander.
Dripping Springs ISD Superintendent Dr. Bruce Gearing has been named Superintendent of the Year, for Region 13, in the 2019 Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) Superintendent of the Year (SOTY) program.