Dripping Springs High School has been recognized by Special Olympics as a National Banner Unified Champions School, one of only five schools in the state of Texas to be so honored.
On Oct.15, the Dripping Springs City Council entered into an agreement with Hays County Emergency Services District No.6, who will provide and install a “Smokey the Bear” fire warning sign at the intersection of Hwy 290 and RR12, commonly known as the “Triangle.”
I have narrowly escaped death several times on Highway 290 West (between Oak Hill and Dripping Springs). The center left turn lane was always the reason that a deadly situation developed. One time an...
The DS City Council recognized The DS Farmers Market for being named #1 in the southwest by the American Farmland Trust at their Oct. 8 City Hall meeting.
This year marks the 50th Anniversary of the Johnson City Post Office, and to commemorate the occasion, the Postal Service is partnering with the Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park to honor the building’s history and architectural significance.