Councilmember Steve Thurber’s office caught on fire on Saturday. The building is expected to be considered a total loss. (Photo by Richard Mason/www.mason-photography.com)

Friday, September 22, 2017
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A business caught fire in Wimberley for the third time this year as Councilmember Steve Thurber’s office burned on Saturday.  The Madrone Office Park building, located at 706 FM 2325, houses Thurber’s Certified Public Accountant office and was severely damaged. However, nobody was injured... + continue reading

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Friday, September 22, 2017
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Plans for a bridge over the Blanco River linking Kyle to the to the Hillard area near San Marcos are “premature,” according to some members of the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Transportation Policy Board. At its meeting Monday night, the board heard public comments on the... + continue reading

A demonstration of how a robot is programmed to do tasks at the kickoff. (Jack Willougby Photo)

Friday, September 22, 2017
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Technology has been accelerated in the past few decades. What were once dreams out of comic books and graphic novels are now reality. Robots were just something one would see in kids’ cartoons, but now kids are building them and competing against one another. As an outshoot of the STEM Club (... + continue reading

Wess Roberts of South Texas Blood and Tissue works to draw blood from seniors Victoria Denney and Kendall Barthold.

Friday, September 22, 2017
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As with most of us, the KAPS student government felt useless watching the devastation of the Gulf Coast. What could be done to help fellow Texans in a meaningful way? Zachary McCrimmon, the sponsor and English teacher along with the students, came up with the idea of having a blood drive.... + continue reading

Avery Biggers and Anna Olmedo compete at Liberty Hill.

Friday, September 22, 2017
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The Wimberley Texan Cross Country team is off to the races and already has a few victory notches on the belt after the first few meets of the season. Last week, cross country made its way up to Liberty Hill where senior Craig Huey took first place. “He ran his fastest time in a while and he... + continue reading

Evacuees from the storm showed up at Lodge at Cypress Falls.

Wednesday, September 6, 2017
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Wimberley has empathy for the Houston and Gulf Coast communities that have been hit so hard by a natural disaster.  Volunteers from across Hays County have been storming southeast to help anyway they can. But there has also been a need here at home. As evacuees fled the oncoming disaster,... + continue reading

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Camp Young Judaea is attempting to expand, but the public discussion on the topic has brought up potential zoning issues for the property. The camp is asking the city of Woodcreek to approve a site plan and concept plan that would add four new... + continue reading
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The American Prize named local conductor of the Starlight Symphony Orchestra, Dr. David Oertel, as a finalist for the national award in Orchestral Programming.  Oertel was one of four finalists for the coveted prize for his programming of the... + continue reading

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Councilmember Steve Thurber’s office caught on fire on Saturday. The building is expected to be considered a total loss. (Photo by Richard Mason/www.mason-photography.com)

09/22/2017
A business caught fire in Wimberley for the third time this year as Councilmember Steve Thurber’s office burned on Saturday.  The Madrone Office Park building, located at 706 FM 2325, houses Thurber’s Certified Public Accountant office and was severely damaged. However, nobody was injured... + continue reading

Will Conley

09/22/2017
Plans for a bridge over the Blanco River linking Kyle to the to the Hillard area near San Marcos are “premature,” according to some members of the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Transportation Policy Board. At its meeting Monday night, the board heard public comments on the... + continue reading

A demonstration of how a robot is programmed to do tasks at the kickoff. (Jack Willougby Photo)

09/22/2017
Technology has been accelerated in the past few decades. What were once dreams out of comic books and graphic novels are now reality. Robots were just something one would see in kids’ cartoons, but now kids are building them and competing against one another. As an outshoot of the STEM Club (... + continue reading

Latest News

09/22/2017
Camp Young Judaea is attempting to expand, but the public discussion on the topic has brought up potential zoning issues for the property. The camp is asking the city of Woodcreek to approve a... + continue reading

Councilmember Steve Thurber’s office caught on fire on Saturday. The building is expected to be considered a total loss. (Photo by Richard Mason/www.mason-photography.com)

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Avery Biggers and Anna Olmedo compete at Liberty Hill.

09/22/2017
The Wimberley Texan Cross Country team is off to the races and already has a few victory notches on the belt after the first few meets of the season. Last week, cross country made its way up to... + continue reading

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

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The Texan Baseball team won the Bi-District Championship. 

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