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News

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Everybody’s story about the week will be a little different but mostly the same.

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After record-breaking cold, many central Texans are chasing leaks and working to restore water service.

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Warmer temperatures over the weekend and continuing this week melted most of the snow from the state’s roadways and roofs.

 

 

Sports

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It was another chaotic week for the Wimberley Texans basketball team that ended in disappointment as the team fell to the Cuero Gobblers 68-63 in the Bi-District round of the 4A playoffs.

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Arthur “Rupert” Neve of Wimberley, died on Feb. 12, of non-Covid pneumonia and cardiac failure. He was 94.

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The Wimberley Texans Basketball team closed out the regular season on a high note with a 63-47 senior night win over the Bandera Bulldogs and a thrilling 79-71 comeback victory over the rival Canyo

Opinion

Water has no color, red or blue. For the sake of our water, please join me in voting for important change in the leadership of Wimberley Water Supply Corporation.

Wow is about as good as it gets. Robin and I were scheduled for our C-19 immunization shot/s with the first one being on Monday 2/1/21.

Libraries are important for many different reasons. They can help with education by learning bout history, science, the arts, and cultures.

Features

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A decade or two ago, summer afternoons near the Blanco meant lots of visitors, swimming in the river or Blue Hole.

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Jesse Huth hops out of his car. He has binoculars dangling from his neck and a camera with a footand-a-half-long lens draped over his shoulder.

By the time you read this column Valentine’s Day will have already passed . That means it is time to trim the roses in preparation for spring blooms.

Wimberley View

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Wimberley, TX 78676
Phone: 512-847-2202
Fax: 512-847-9054