Cade Stoever pulled in one of Jo Jo Week’s passes against Navarro as Wimberley pulled in a win.

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Despite all of the pre-game chatter emitting from Navarro leading up to last Friday night’s showdown that suggested they were the better team, the Texans responded with their best game of the season to prove otherwise. Wimberley rode the red-hot passing arm of senior quarterback Jordan Weeks to... + continue reading

Caroline and Joel Regen help carry food in earlier years.

Friday, November 3, 2017
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The idea started at the Wimberley Fourth of July parade. The floats always give away candy and other treats during the long parade. The Regen family was watching the parade when 3 year-old Joel looked at his mother and asked, “why in parades do you get things instead of giving…what about people... + continue reading

It Takes A Village Community Outreach worked with Keep Wimberley Beautiful and Hays County Constable Precinct 3 for a Prescription Drug Take Back Day.

Friday, November 3, 2017
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The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while educating the public about the potential for abuse and medications.  This was Wimberley’s fourth Drug Take Back Day and was put together by It Takes... + continue reading

Landon Kirchner and Triston Anderson won a match last week. (Photo by Paul Mayhew)

Friday, November 3, 2017
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Wimberley Texan team tennis finished off the season in the Regional finals against Fredericksburg last week. “They are a very good team, and are ranked No. 2 in the state in 4A,” Tennis Coach Tim Bourke said. “We played them a month earlier, and we weren’t quite as competitive. Our kids have... + continue reading

Blake Bara roared like Sullivan from Monsters Inc.

Friday, November 3, 2017
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Boo Hole was a frighteningly successful first run at a Halloween themed community event at Blue Hole Regional Park.  Dozens of children showed up in costume, and a few adults too.  There were three categories for the 12 and under costume contest. Carver Vaughan, who dressed up as a... + continue reading
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
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Hays County Judge Bert Cobb, M.D., has appointed Lon Shell to succeed outgoing Precinct 3 Commissioner Will Conley, who officially resigned the position he has held since 2005 in order to run for County Judge in 2018. Cobb is not seeking re-election to a third term as Judge. Shell is a Hays... + continue reading

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11/03/2017
The city of Wimberley is now flush with cash for the wastewater treatment plant and collection system as the loan from the Texas Water Development Board was finalized last week.  “The loan is done, the money is in the bank and we are ready... + continue reading
11/03/2017
Funding education is like the weather, everybody talks about it but nobody does anything about it. But that is where the Wimberley Education Foundation comes in. The WEF has been a helping hand to all of Wimberley ISD’s schools.   They’re... + continue reading

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Cade Stoever pulled in one of Jo Jo Week’s passes against Navarro as Wimberley pulled in a win.

11/03/2017
Despite all of the pre-game chatter emitting from Navarro leading up to last Friday night’s showdown that suggested they were the better team, the Texans responded with their best game of the season to prove otherwise. Wimberley rode the red-hot passing arm of senior quarterback Jordan Weeks to... + continue reading

Caroline and Joel Regen help carry food in earlier years.

11/03/2017
The idea started at the Wimberley Fourth of July parade. The floats always give away candy and other treats during the long parade. The Regen family was watching the parade when 3 year-old Joel looked at his mother and asked, “why in parades do you get things instead of giving…what about people... + continue reading

It Takes A Village Community Outreach worked with Keep Wimberley Beautiful and Hays County Constable Precinct 3 for a Prescription Drug Take Back Day.

11/03/2017
The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while educating the public about the potential for abuse and medications.  This was Wimberley’s fourth Drug Take Back Day and was put together by It Takes... + continue reading

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11/03/2017
The city of Wimberley is now flush with cash for the wastewater treatment plant and collection system as the loan from the Texas Water Development Board was finalized last week.  “The loan is... + continue reading

It Takes A Village Community Outreach worked with Keep Wimberley Beautiful and Hays County Constable Precinct 3 for a Prescription Drug Take Back Day.

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Cade Stoever pulled in one of Jo Jo Week’s passes against Navarro as Wimberley pulled in a win.

11/03/2017
Despite all of the pre-game chatter emitting from Navarro leading up to last Friday night’s showdown that suggested they were the better team, the Texans responded with their best game of the season... + continue reading

Landon Kirchner and Triston Anderson won a match last week. (Photo by Paul Mayhew)

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Senior Thomas Mann reaches for the end zone for a touchdown reception. (Photo by Richard Mason/www.mason-photography.com)

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