Wimberley Boy Scout Troop 127 scouts Garrett Lipinski and Timber Vickery prepare an American flag for proper retirement. The local troop held a flag retirement ceremony last week. A full story can be found on page 7.

Tuesday, July 25, 2017
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More than 100 weathered and tattered American flags that were displayed at homes, offices and stores around the Wimberley area were properly disposed of during a flag retirement ceremony held last Monday at the Wimberley Veterans Memorial Plaza. The ceremony was meant to honor the American flag,... + continue reading
Tuesday, July 25, 2017
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Although there was an opening in Pct. 3 Constable Ray Helm’s office for a deputy, it did not stay open very long. Helm explained, “I keep good reserves and know every person in it. Each one has talents that fit a special spot.” Deputy Constable John Shellhorn filled that position. Deputy Shellhorn... + continue reading

The new pastor for St. Mary’s Catholic Church is Father Jason Bonifazi.

Tuesday, July 25, 2017
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July is a big month for new pastors and St. Mary’s Church finally has one. Father Jason Bonifazi, recently an associate for St. Anthony Marie de Claret Catholic Church in Kyle has been named the new pastor. Fr. Jason was born in Houston, the family then moved to Groesbeck, Texas and Waco. He... + continue reading
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The Wimberley Lions Club hosted 40 international students from 23 countries for four days recently. “This was the third year that Wimberley Lions have hosted and entertained students who visited Central Texas from Lions International Camp JC Hyer,” Club President Vic Forsyth said. “It was a great... + continue reading

Mackie Dennis takes a breather at Blue Hole on ‘Wimberley Only’ nights. More photos on page 14

Friday, July 21, 2017
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Blue Hole Regional Park is an iconic Wimberley feature, and the city wants to make sure it stays available for local residents. Returning this summer is one weekly event for only locals can attend. On Tuesday and Wednesday nights, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. it is only $2 per person if you can show... + continue reading

El Ranco Cima has nearly a mile of Blanco River water frontage.

Friday, July 21, 2017
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El Rancho Cima, one of the largest properties in the Wimberley Valley, was decommissioned as a Boy Scout camp over the weekend as the property is set to sell. The 2,382-acre ranch was purchased for $46 per acre by the Boy Scouts of America in 1953 with campers helping build the camp the next year... + continue reading

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In a series of contentious votes, the Wimberley City Council moved forward with the city’s proposed wastewater treatment plant. Almost all of the votes on sewer related items during the meeting were 3-2 with Council members Steve Thurber, Allison... + continue reading
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Electro Purification has officially filed an application with the Barton Springs Edwards Aquifer Conservation District to produce 912.5 million gallons of water per year. The proposed production is about half of the five million gallons per day... + continue reading

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Wimberley Boy Scout Troop 127 scouts Garrett Lipinski and Timber Vickery prepare an American flag for proper retirement. The local troop held a flag retirement ceremony last week. A full story can be found on page 7.

07/25/2017
More than 100 weathered and tattered American flags that were displayed at homes, offices and stores around the Wimberley area were properly disposed of during a flag retirement ceremony held last Monday at the Wimberley Veterans Memorial Plaza. The ceremony was meant to honor the American flag,... + continue reading
07/25/2017
Although there was an opening in Pct. 3 Constable Ray Helm’s office for a deputy, it did not stay open very long. Helm explained, “I keep good reserves and know every person in it. Each one has talents that fit a special spot.” Deputy Constable John Shellhorn filled that position. Deputy Shellhorn... + continue reading

The new pastor for St. Mary’s Catholic Church is Father Jason Bonifazi.

07/25/2017
July is a big month for new pastors and St. Mary’s Church finally has one. Father Jason Bonifazi, recently an associate for St. Anthony Marie de Claret Catholic Church in Kyle has been named the new pastor. Fr. Jason was born in Houston, the family then moved to Groesbeck, Texas and Waco. He... + continue reading

Latest News

07/25/2017
In a series of contentious votes, the Wimberley City Council moved forward with the city’s proposed wastewater treatment plant. Almost all of the votes on sewer related items during the meeting... + continue reading

The new pastor for St. Mary’s Catholic Church is Father Jason Bonifazi.

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06/23/2017
JoJo Weeks was named the UIL All-State 4A First Baseman for his stellar performance this season for the Wimberley Texans. Weeks hit .341 with four home runs, nine doubles, 36 RBI, scored 25 runs and... + 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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