A photo of 17-year-old William Michael Bryars.

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A photo of a similar Nissan Altima. The vehicle picture depicted is for reference only.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017
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The Hays County Sheriff’s office is looking for a suspect considered “armed and dangerous” after an alleged assault on Tuesday morning. According to the sheriff’s department, an investigation in the 400 block of Limestone Trail in Dripping Springs revealed that the victim was “beaten with a... + continue reading
Thursday, January 12, 2017
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Drippings Spring’s VFW Post Commander Robert Garland presented essay-writing awards to local students Weston Garland and Sky Chapman at a ceremony during the VFW’s Christmas Dinner at Hog Heaven. Both competed in separate VFW national essay contest with specific patriotic themes. Weston... + continue reading
Thursday, January 12, 2017
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Purple Heart recipient and long-time Dripping Springs resident Ernest Banasau has a mission. As part of Honor Flight Austin, Banasau has been part of an effort to honor our nations veterans with special “Honor Flights” to the nations capital. “Honor Flight Austin mission is to transport... + continue reading
Thursday, January 12, 2017
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The Hays County Sheriff’s Office has charged a suspect with Capital Murder in the death of a 5-year-old female, and Aggravated Assault with a deadly weapon in the stabbing of a 58-year-old male in Kyle. The suspect is identified as Krystle Concepcion Villanueva, a 24-year-old Hispanic... + continue reading
Thursday, January 12, 2017
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Start the New Year off right with a unique opportunity to work out with our local Firefighters through the City’s Healthy Parks, Healthy People—Dripping Springs program (HPHP). North Hays County Fire Rescue, (NHCFR) along with the Dripping Springs Professional Firefighters Association, is... + continue reading

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A lawsuit filed against Dripping Springs Independent School District and Lee Lewis Construction, Inc., pertaining to the construction of the new elementary school, middle school, and multi-purpose stadium, claims property damage. A neighboring 16.7-acre lot, owned by Glenn M. Karisch and... + continue reading
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Construction on the new elementary and middle schools, as well as the new stadium and athletic complex located behind Drip- ping Springs High School, reach their completion year after work began in 2015. The new schools are proposed to reach completion in June, and the new stadium and athletic... + continue reading

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A photo of 17-year-old William Michael Bryars.

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A photo of a similar Nissan Altima. The vehicle picture depicted is for reference only.

01/18/2017 - 0 comment(s)
The Hays County Sheriff’s office is looking for a suspect considered “armed and dangerous” after an alleged assault on Tuesday morning. According to the sheriff’s department, an investigation in the 400 block of Limestone Trail in Dripping Springs revealed that the victim was “beaten with a... + continue reading
01/12/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Drippings Spring’s VFW Post Commander Robert Garland presented essay-writing awards to local students Weston Garland and Sky Chapman at a ceremony during the VFW’s Christmas Dinner at Hog Heaven. Both competed in separate VFW national essay contest with specific patriotic themes. Weston... + continue reading
01/12/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Purple Heart recipient and long-time Dripping Springs resident Ernest Banasau has a mission. As part of Honor Flight Austin, Banasau has been part of an effort to honor our nations veterans with special “Honor Flights” to the nations capital. “Honor Flight Austin mission is to transport... + continue reading

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As the quote goes for teams hoping to make the playoffs, the Lady Tigers destiny is still in their own hands. They started off by upsetting state-ranked Kerrville but then proceeded to lose to... + continue reading

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To say that Dripping Springs residents Judge Chuck Miller and his wife Melanie are all about horses would be an understatement. They also have a great love for goats, cats and dogs. “When I... + continue reading

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