Photo by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Headquarters - Mexican free-tailed batUploaded by Dolovis, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=31315036

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A rabid bat was found in Wimberley on Tuesday. The Hays County Sheriff's Department responded to a call for a dead bat at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church on April 16 at around 1:30 p.m. The bat was found in an outdoor breezeway near a set of lockers. The Department of State Health Services... + continue reading

David Logan speaks with CAMPO representative Kelly Porter at the Wimberley Community Center.

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The Capital Area Metro Planning Organization is in the process of planning the future roads of Central Texas as they work on the long-range comprehensive regional transportation plan which will be adopted in 2020 and run through 2045. “We are trying to do a more bottom up approach to planning,... + continue reading
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In new ways to market the supermarket, Brookshire Brothers announced a new service where you can order your groceries online and pick it the order at the side of the store, or have it delivered right to your home. ‘We will deliver within 15 miles of the store,” Sally Alvis, BB’s Marketing and... + continue reading
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Casino Night was another rousing success with a capacity crowd filling the Wimberley Community Center on Saturday night. The fundraiser is put on by St. Mary’s Knights of Columbus and raises money for the Warrior and Family Support Center at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio. The... + continue reading

The face of five year old Sawyer Payne says it all about the pies. (Photo by Gary Zupancic/Wimberley View)

Wednesday, April 18, 2018
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When thinking of small town events, the Wimberley Institute of Cultures preserves one tasty tradition, that of a pie social. In earlier times, a pie social is where bakers in the community would bake their best pie recipes, well-guarded secrets, and have the pies raffled. The proceeds from the sale... + continue reading

Xavier Sauceda enjoys the flight house during the 2017 Butterfly Festival. Photo by Scot Brinkley

Wednesday, April 18, 2018
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Thousands of butterflies will take flight during the annual Butterfly Festival at the EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens, Saturday, April 21 from 9 a.m. -  5 p.m.  Area students have been carefully tending cages of caterpillars, and the waiting will soon pay off as beautiful Painted Lady... + continue reading

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Steve Thurber What are your goals if elected?   If I am elected, the immediate goal will be to restore civility and respect at the council table. I don’t believe anything meaningful can be achieved when the council is as divided as it is... + continue reading
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Rebecca Minnick   What are your goals if elected? I have several goals: My primary goal is to address community needs that have been neglected due to the ongoing sewer project and council disharmony: traffic, roads, signage, potential... + continue reading

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Photo by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Headquarters - Mexican free-tailed batUploaded by Dolovis, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=31315036

04/18/2018
A rabid bat was found in Wimberley on Tuesday. The Hays County Sheriff's Department responded to a call for a dead bat at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church on April 16 at around 1:30 p.m. The bat was found in an outdoor breezeway near a set of lockers. The Department of State Health Services... + continue reading

David Logan speaks with CAMPO representative Kelly Porter at the Wimberley Community Center.

04/18/2018
The Capital Area Metro Planning Organization is in the process of planning the future roads of Central Texas as they work on the long-range comprehensive regional transportation plan which will be adopted in 2020 and run through 2045. “We are trying to do a more bottom up approach to planning,... + continue reading
04/18/2018
In new ways to market the supermarket, Brookshire Brothers announced a new service where you can order your groceries online and pick it the order at the side of the store, or have it delivered right to your home. ‘We will deliver within 15 miles of the store,” Sally Alvis, BB’s Marketing and... + continue reading

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Photo by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Headquarters - Mexican free-tailed batUploaded by Dolovis, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=31315036

04/18/2018
A rabid bat was found in Wimberley on Tuesday. The Hays County Sheriff's Department responded to a call for a dead bat at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church on April 16 at around 1:30 p.m. The bat was... + continue reading

David Logan speaks with CAMPO representative Kelly Porter at the Wimberley Community Center.

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Cole Spillar and Connor Gips threw no-hitters last week for the Texans. (Photo by Janet Abel)

04/05/2018
The Wimberley pitching staff seems to have found the formula for throwing no-hitters. They are finding different ways to make it happen. And now, no-hitters seem to be the norm at Wimberley... + continue reading

Luke Wray competed in the high jump. Photo by Delaney Kearns

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Anna Olmedo placed fifth in the 400-meter dash, but she also competed in multiple field events. Photo by Delaney Kearns

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