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Dripping Springs Fair and Rodeo set for Oct. 16-17

Following a cancellation this summer, the Dripping Springs Fair and Rodeo is back on and will occur next weekend at the Dripping Springs Ranch Park. Originally, the rodeo was supposed to occur in July. However, according to Rodeo Committee Chairman Rich Moore, the city was not comfortable with having people gather in such large numbers at that time. The City of Dripping Springs is a partner of the event.

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Shelf Talk: DSCL Reading Recommendations

Understanding the rich and diverse culture of Texas would be impossible without first understanding the history of Hispanics in the Lone Star State. Over time, Hispanics and their traditions have come to define much of Texas, its iconic symbols and the cultural impact of these traditions on Texas architecture, language, music, clothing, literature and the cuisine that makes Texas unique.

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DSHS science teacher is finalist for award

Dripping Springs High School science teacher Alissa Nevin is one of four finalists for the Teaching Excellence Award from the Phi Beta Kappa Alumni Association of Greater Austin. The Teaching Excellence Award recognizes Austin area high school teachers who have demonstrated instructional expertise, classroom innovation and the ability to cultivate students' ability to think critically, who expand their own knowledge in the liberal arts and sciences, and who share their own classroom success for the benefit of their colleagues.

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