KAPS students on one of many trips helping clean up the area around the Blanco River.

Saturday, May 20, 2017
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The Katherine Anne Porter School received a $48,111 grant from Texas Parks and Wildlife’s Community Outdoor Outreach Program. KAPS will utilize the CO-OP Grant to administer KAPS Environmental Education Initiative which includes offering a variety of forestry, outdoor recreation, and wildlife... + continue reading

Precinct 3 Constables Gary Griffin, Michael Harthcock, Donny Torres and Keith Tomlin stand with their heads bowed in prayer during the Peace Officers Memorial Day service at the Hays County Government Center.

Saturday, May 20, 2017
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Local law enforcement officers stood in front of the Hays County Government Center to honor Peace Officers Memorial Day and Police Week.  The Hays County Constable Precinct 3 Office, the Hays County Sheriff’s Office and other local police departments were there to pay tribute to officers... + continue reading

Non-profit recipients of the Wimberley Civic Club include: (In no order) Animal Referral Friends, Barnabas Connection, Camp Good Samaritan, Combined Community Action/Meals, Crisis Bread Basket, EmilyAnn Theatre an Gardens, Fig Tree, Friends of Blue Hole, Friends of the Library, Hill Country Community Band Hill Country Herb Society, Mini Equine 2U, My Neighbors Keeper, PAWS Shelter and Humane Society, Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Starlight Symphony, Veterans Memorial Plaza, Water Testing, We Believe Women’s Corporation, Wimberley Adoption Group, Wimberley Community Chorus, Wimberley Gold Santa, Wimberley High School Academic Booster Club, Wimberley Players, Wimberley Ray of Hope Foundation, Wimberley Senior Citizens Activity, Wimberley Special Olympics, Wimberley Valley Art League, Wimberley Valley Habitat for Humanity, Wimberley Valley Chamber of Commerce, Wimberley Valley Radio.

Saturday, May 20, 2017
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The Wimberley Civic Club donated a total of $50,000 to 31 area nonprofits last week and is in the process of donating $30,000 more to area seniors in the form of scholarships for continuing education. “Our organization’s mission is to foster relationships and meet charitable needs in our... + continue reading

Mikayla Sanders was the first leg of the third place finishing 4x400 relay team for Wimberley.

Saturday, May 20, 2017
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The Lady Texan 4x400 meter relay took third place at the UIL State Championship on Saturday. “A lot of people talk about getting to state, and we said now that we are here lets not be happy about just being here,” Lady Texan Track Coach Lacey Lambert said. “Let’s do something special, and what a... + continue reading

Allison Davis and Steve Thurber (pictured) were elected to the city council with John White.

Saturday, May 13, 2017
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Steve Thurber and Allison Davis have taken seats on the Wimberley City Council along with John White, who was unopposed, and re-elected to Place 5. There were 998 ballots cast representing 46.33 percent of eligible voters.   For Place 1, Steve Thurber took in 590 of the 994 total votes... + continue reading

Wimberley Ace Hardware before the gas pumps were removed in the 1990s.

Saturday, May 13, 2017
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Ace Hardware has seen a lot of change in Wimberley, but that is true for anything that has been around for 45 years.  John Kingrey first opened up what would eventually become Wimberley Ace on May 14, 1972 and it officially became Ace Hardware in 1977.  Since then, Ace has seen... + continue reading

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The Assisted Living project proposed for the area behind Brookshire Brothers is one step closer to reality after the Wimberley Planning and Zoning Commission voted 3-1-1 in favor of the proposal.  The project is part of a Wimberley Planned... + continue reading
05/13/2017
Wimberley Independent School District is currently undergoing strategic planning for both academics and facilities. The discussion has brought up the long-time question about the impact of transfer students on the district. When looking at the... + continue reading

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KAPS students on one of many trips helping clean up the area around the Blanco River.

05/20/2017
The Katherine Anne Porter School received a $48,111 grant from Texas Parks and Wildlife’s Community Outdoor Outreach Program. KAPS will utilize the CO-OP Grant to administer KAPS Environmental Education Initiative which includes offering a variety of forestry, outdoor recreation, and wildlife... + continue reading

Precinct 3 Constables Gary Griffin, Michael Harthcock, Donny Torres and Keith Tomlin stand with their heads bowed in prayer during the Peace Officers Memorial Day service at the Hays County Government Center.

05/20/2017
Local law enforcement officers stood in front of the Hays County Government Center to honor Peace Officers Memorial Day and Police Week.  The Hays County Constable Precinct 3 Office, the Hays County Sheriff’s Office and other local police departments were there to pay tribute to officers... + continue reading

Non-profit recipients of the Wimberley Civic Club include: (In no order) Animal Referral Friends, Barnabas Connection, Camp Good Samaritan, Combined Community Action/Meals, Crisis Bread Basket, EmilyAnn Theatre an Gardens, Fig Tree, Friends of Blue Hole, Friends of the Library, Hill Country Community Band Hill Country Herb Society, Mini Equine 2U, My Neighbors Keeper, PAWS Shelter and Humane Society, Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Starlight Symphony, Veterans Memorial Plaza, Water Testing, We Believe Women’s Corporation, Wimberley Adoption Group, Wimberley Community Chorus, Wimberley Gold Santa, Wimberley High School Academic Booster Club, Wimberley Players, Wimberley Ray of Hope Foundation, Wimberley Senior Citizens Activity, Wimberley Special Olympics, Wimberley Valley Art League, Wimberley Valley Habitat for Humanity, Wimberley Valley Chamber of Commerce, Wimberley Valley Radio.

05/20/2017
The Wimberley Civic Club donated a total of $50,000 to 31 area nonprofits last week and is in the process of donating $30,000 more to area seniors in the form of scholarships for continuing education. “Our organization’s mission is to foster relationships and meet charitable needs in our... + continue reading

Latest News

05/20/2017
The Assisted Living project proposed for the area behind Brookshire Brothers is one step closer to reality after the Wimberley Planning and Zoning Commission voted 3-1-1 in favor of the proposal.... + continue reading

KAPS students on one of many trips helping clean up the area around the Blanco River.

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Precinct 3 Constables Gary Griffin, Michael Harthcock, Donny Torres and Keith Tomlin stand with their heads bowed in prayer during the Peace Officers Memorial Day service at the Hays County Government Center.

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Non-profit recipients of the Wimberley Civic Club include: (In no order) Animal Referral Friends, Barnabas Connection, Camp Good Samaritan, Combined Community Action/Meals, Crisis Bread Basket, EmilyAnn Theatre an Gardens, Fig Tree, Friends of Blue Hole, Friends of the Library, Hill Country Community Band Hill Country Herb Society, Mini Equine 2U, My Neighbors Keeper, PAWS Shelter and Humane Society, Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Starlight Symphony, Veterans Memorial Plaza, Water Testing, We Believe Women’s Corporation, Wimberley Adoption Group, Wimberley Community Chorus, Wimberley Gold Santa, Wimberley High School Academic Booster Club, Wimberley Players, Wimberley Ray of Hope Foundation, Wimberley Senior Citizens Activity, Wimberley Special Olympics, Wimberley Valley Art League, Wimberley Valley Habitat for Humanity, Wimberley Valley Chamber of Commerce, Wimberley Valley Radio.

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Mikayla Sanders was the first leg of the third place finishing 4x400 relay team for Wimberley.

05/20/2017
The Lady Texan 4x400 meter relay took third place at the UIL State Championship on Saturday. “A lot of people talk about getting to state, and we said now that we are here lets not be happy about... + continue reading