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Questioned voter list includes 365 names from Hays

The state’s recent announcement that tens of thousands of registered voters might not be U.S. citizens spawned headlines about ineligible voters casting ballots. A press release issued Jan. 25 by Texas Secretary of State David Whitley’s office stated that the Department of Public Safety (DPS) identified approximately 95,000 individuals as non-U.S. citizens with voter registration records. The press release went on to say that approximately 58,000 of those individuals had voted in one or more Texas elections...

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Mostly Mozart plays at library

The Dripping Springs Community Library hosted “Mostly Mozart-An Evening of Opera,” on Thursday Jan. 31st, which included performances by Soprano Deborah Scott, Mezzo-Soprano Rachelle DeMichele, and Baritone Shamus Hammons. The one-hour concert was part of educational outreach by Opera-Etc., a group formed by...

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City aims to reclaim title for health competition

The City of Dripping Springs is once again stepping up, for the 2019 It’s Time Texas Community Challenge (ITT). 

ITT is a free, statewide competition in which Texas communities compete to see which communities can demonstrate the greatest commitment to healthy living. It runs from Jan. 7 to Mar. 3, and is sponsored by HEB. The communities with the most points at the end of the “challenge,” will again receive grant money to...


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