Hays County will pilot a program that will provide legal assistance to criminal defense attorneys to help fulfill their Padilla obligation. On Sept. 24, the Hays County Commissioners Court formally accepted a $342,720 grant from the Texas Indigent Defense Commission (TIDC) for the Regional Padilla Compliance Pilot Project. The pilot program will provide technical support to criminal defense attorneys in Hays County and the 3rd Administrative Judicial Region “for constitutionally required Padilla assistance.”
Destination Dripping Springs invites you to a special booze trail in the beautiful Dripping Springs region for its bi-annual Dripping with Taste Trail & Passport taking place October 1-31.
The Dripping with Taste Passport allows you to visit as many as 4 of our 25 participating wineries, breweries, and distilleries in a day, all month long. With your Passport, receive one complimentary tasting (determined by each establishment) at all 25 participating wineries, breweries, and distilleries.
It still may be hotter than you know what, but whatever the weather, October is the month to get a flu shot – so if you haven’t, there’s still time! The flu can be serious. Slightly more than a century ago, 675,000 Americans were stricken with, and died from, the so-called Spanish flu. Worldwide, 500 million were stricken with influenza.
Last spring Dripping Springs ISD formed a Mental Health Task Force to address a plan for enhanced mental health support and progress has been made this school year implementing steps in the plan. During the 2018-19 school year, some district administrators intensified the conversation about...
Local law enforcement agencies and area schools announced a collaborative effort to support Domestic Violence Awareness Month during October on Sept. 30, at the Hays County Government Center. The initiative was organized by the Hays County Sheriff’s Office.