Jenny Lyday of Texas Hills Vineyard, Johnson City, TX. (Photo by Elizabeth Sanders)

Thursday, September 22, 2016
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The Artisan Market hosted its third event of the year on Saturday, September 17 and Sunday, September 18, bringing together vendors from all over the area with true variety of hand-crafted art, jewelry, food, beverages and other goods at Ranch Road Park. The market encourages the community to come... + continue reading

Journalism is being now offered as a DSMS elective.

Thursday, September 22, 2016
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Summer is officially over and school is full swing at DS Middle School. As with any school year, there have been changes including at the top. There’s a new principal, Jason Certain, who has five years principal’s experience at the Hays CISD’s Carpenter Hill Elementary and also three years as an... + continue reading

Johnny Hoyle drags s defender into the endzone for a touchdown.(Photo by Ronnie Adair)

Thursday, September 22, 2016
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It is a common belief that defense wins championships. Fans were treated to two very good defenses in the Dripping Springs Tigers-Kerrville Tivy Antlers game. The Tigers got the best of it as they inflicted a 26-7 loss on the defending champions and put themselves in a very good position to become... + continue reading
Thursday, September 22, 2016
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  Tour de Cure held their annual Central Texas benefit bike ride on September 17 and 18 to raise funds and awareness through sponsored riders for the American Diabetes Association.  For the first time ever, their Central Texas route began and ended in Dripping Springs at Ranch Park. + continue reading
Thursday, September 22, 2016
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Five Dripping Springs High School seniors have been selected as National Merit semifinalists in the 62nd annual National Merit Scholarship Program:  Cameron Adkins, Abigail Brack, Michael Geary, Rachel Nix and Marnie O’Boyle. This represents the largest group ever from Dripping... + continue reading

Jenny Lyday of Texas Hills Vineyard, Johnson City, TX. (Photo by Elizabeth Sanders)

Journalism is being now offered as a DSMS elective.

Johnny Hoyle drags s defender into the endzone for a touchdown.(Photo by Ronnie Adair)

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In 2016 preliminary accountability ratings released by the Texas Education Agency, Dripping Springs High School received four “distinctions.” Campuses had the possibility of earning distinctions that were based on a comparison with a group of similar schools (rather than being compared with all... + continue reading
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Texas may still be a decidedly “red” state, but some of the results of the 2016 Lyceum poll, which was released Wednesday, show a wide range of attitudes regarding issues that have emerged as hot button topics like immigration, Voter ID, transgender students and the Affordable Care Act. ... + continue reading

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Jenny Lyday of Texas Hills Vineyard, Johnson City, TX. (Photo by Elizabeth Sanders)

09/22/2016 - 0 comment(s)
The Artisan Market hosted its third event of the year on Saturday, September 17 and Sunday, September 18, bringing together vendors from all over the area with true variety of hand-crafted art, jewelry, food, beverages and other goods at Ranch Road Park. The market encourages the community to come... + continue reading

Journalism is being now offered as a DSMS elective.

09/22/2016 - 0 comment(s)
Summer is officially over and school is full swing at DS Middle School. As with any school year, there have been changes including at the top. There’s a new principal, Jason Certain, who has five years principal’s experience at the Hays CISD’s Carpenter Hill Elementary and also three years as an... + continue reading

Johnny Hoyle drags s defender into the endzone for a touchdown.(Photo by Ronnie Adair)

09/22/2016 - 0 comment(s)
It is a common belief that defense wins championships. Fans were treated to two very good defenses in the Dripping Springs Tigers-Kerrville Tivy Antlers game. The Tigers got the best of it as they inflicted a 26-7 loss on the defending champions and put themselves in a very good position to become... + continue reading

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Johnny Hoyle drags s defender into the endzone for a touchdown.(Photo by Ronnie Adair)

09/22/2016 - 0 comment(s)
It is a common belief that defense wins championships. Fans were treated to two very good defenses in the Dripping Springs Tigers-Kerrville Tivy Antlers game. The Tigers got the best of it as they... + continue reading

Reed Beverly pulled in a pass and takes on two Bastrop Bears to try and fight for yardage.

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James Irwin assists volunteer Israel Saucedo, from Century 21 Painting, who is working on the cabinets.

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Dripping Springs prides itself on its ability to care for children. Typically, that starts with the stellar local school district. But in a different vein entirely, Burke Center for Youth helps... + continue reading

Christophe and Sebastian Hardenne at the Hill Country Rally for Kids Car Show in the rain on Mercer Street.

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Barbara Babington and  stylist Stephanie King.

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4-H and FFA kids participate in the Steer Show.

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