The Dripping Springs Tiger Band was recognized before last week’s home football game against the Travis Rebels. Photo by Dave Wilson.
If you enrolled, but never graduated Texas A&M University-Central Texas, don’t be surprised if you get an e-mail out of the blue asking if you might consider returning.
That’s because The Texas A&M University System wants you back and has partnered with ReUp Education to reach out and help you complete your degree.
Approval was given by the Dripping Springs City Council on Sept. 17th for a zoning change at 28707 Ranch Road 12. The 1.5-acre 2-family residential duplex lot (SF-4), on the west side of RR 12 near DS United Methodist, is now zoned as Local Retail District (LR).
October first marks the beginning of the City of Dripping Springs Fiscal Year 2019-2020, with a new budget enacted by City Council. “I’m grateful for all the work the team has done. The staff worked for several months, looking at the needs of the city, trimming where we could. It was hard work, and I’m proud to say that the outcome of all this diligence is a balanced budget, with no tax rate increase.” Mayor Todd Purcell said in a statement to the Century News.
What pops into your head when you hear Civil Air Patrol? Most people have never heard of it, but the Civil Air Patrol is the Air Force’s auxiliary organization. It’s mission is to carry out emergency services and disaster relief missions (including search and rescue), and to promote aviation and related fields through aerospace education...