Dripping Springs may be the Wedding Capital of Texas, but it also seems to be “The Hamburger Capital of Texas,” with all the new offerings of top grade hamburgers and Americana style food offerings in the area. One such new offering quickly becoming a favorite of locals is the locally owned Route 12 Filling Station.
Through Ozarka recent partnership with The Meadows Center for Water & Environment, which is connected to Texas State University in San Marcos, one of the $10,000 scholarship is awarded to a Texas State University student who is pursuing an Environmental or Earth Science degree. This year’s award went to Dawn Houston, a PhD student at Texas State University studying Aquatics and Conservation Biology.
AUSTIN — The Texas School Safety Update, a report highlighting progress made to keep students and teachers safe at school, was released by Gov. Greg Abbott on Aug. 27. The report gives Texans an update on efforts by the governor’s office, the Legislature and state agencies toward implementing recommendations made in the School Safety Action Plan released on May 30, 2018 and the subsequent update in August 2018.
Longtime DSISD employee, and Century News Sportswriter, Carl Waits received an honorary jersey in recognition of his years of service to the district at the annual staff convocation.
The Dripping Springs City Council postponed their decision on whether to keep a 2007 zoning restriction which would prohibit a QuikTrip from being built at the corner of US290 and Sawyer Ranch Road, their Aug. 13 meeting. The postponement was at the request of the applicant QuikTrip.