Saturday, April 29, 2017
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    When the Stars drafted Nia Coffey with the fifth pick in this year's WNBA draft, it only took a short while for the former Wildcat to realize the magnitude of what she had accomplished. She had become only the second female from... + continue reading

Eden Ray sneaks a kiss from a butterfly at the 19th Annual Butterfly Day Festival. (Photo by Dalton Sweat/Wimberley View)

Wednesday, April 26, 2017
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The 19th annual Butterfly Festival at EmilyAnn Theatre and Gardens went off without a hitch as around 6,400 people attended the event over the weekend. “This is our once-a-year fundraising effort and event, so we appreciate those in the community that helped us and came to Butterfly Festival,”... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
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Allison Davis is running for Place 3 on the Wimberley City Council against Larry Catt. She has lived in Wimberley for about two years. Davis is a therapist and licensed professional counselor. She has a Masters of Science in Counseling and Development and a Master of Arts in Women’s Study. She is... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
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Larry Catt is running for Place 3 on the Wimberley City Council against Allison Davis. He has lived in Wimberley for around 40 years. Catt is a general contractor and insurance adjuster, and he has previously been on the Board of Directors of the Hill Country Recreation Association, the Wimberley... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
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Sally Trapp is running for Place 1 on the Wimberley City Council against Steve Thurber. She has lived in Wimberley for 23 years. Trapp works as an interior designer and has served on the Wimberley City Council for the last year. She is a member of the Blanco River Cypress Creek Watershed... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
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Steve Thurber is running for Place 1 on the Wimberley City Council against Sally Trapp. He has lived in Wimberley 20 years. Thurber is a Certified Public Accountant with a practice in Wimberley and also owns a self storage facility and office space. He was originally elected to the Wimberley City... + continue reading

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04/26/2017
The bids for the Central Wimberley Wastewater Treatment Plant and Collection system have come in higher than anticipated. “It is not an automatic default to Aqua Texas,” Wimberley Mayor Mac McCullough said. “There is a host of options we have to... + continue reading
04/26/2017
The new floodplain maps presented by the Federal Emergency Management Agency are daunting for many of the homes along the Blanco River and Cypress Creek.  That may not be surprising after the Memorial Weekend Flood of 2015, but nevertheless... + continue reading

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04/29/2017
    When the Stars drafted Nia Coffey with the fifth pick in this year's WNBA draft, it only took a short while for the former Wildcat to realize the magnitude of what she had accomplished. She had become only the second female from... + continue reading

Eden Ray sneaks a kiss from a butterfly at the 19th Annual Butterfly Day Festival. (Photo by Dalton Sweat/Wimberley View)

04/26/2017
The 19th annual Butterfly Festival at EmilyAnn Theatre and Gardens went off without a hitch as around 6,400 people attended the event over the weekend. “This is our once-a-year fundraising effort and event, so we appreciate those in the community that helped us and came to Butterfly Festival,”... + continue reading
04/26/2017
Allison Davis is running for Place 3 on the Wimberley City Council against Larry Catt. She has lived in Wimberley for about two years. Davis is a therapist and licensed professional counselor. She has a Masters of Science in Counseling and Development and a Master of Arts in Women’s Study. She is... + continue reading

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04/26/2017
The bids for the Central Wimberley Wastewater Treatment Plant and Collection system have come in higher than anticipated. “It is not an automatic default to Aqua Texas,” Wimberley Mayor Mac... + continue reading

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04/29/2017
    When the Stars drafted Nia Coffey with the fifth pick in this year's WNBA draft, it only took a short while for the former Wildcat to realize the... + continue reading

Cole Spillar has now thrown his third no hitter of the season, and is showing no sign of slowing down.

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Maya Allan handing off to Serena Frank in the 4x100 meter relays, which the Lady Texans took second place in. (Photo by Stephen Shead)

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