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CLEANSING THE SPIRITS

“It was the best of times. It was the worst of times,” starts Charles Dickens’ “Tale of Two Cities.” The human condition has remained unchanged not only from Dickens’ nineteenth century but also from ancient times.

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Williams agrees with social distancing measures

United States Congressman Roger Williams, who serves Texas District 25 running from southwest of Fort Worth to south of Hays County, spoke to the Wimberley View about COVID-19 and the national and local response to the virus. The interview was conducted on Friday, March 27 just before the House of Representatives passed the CARES Act coronavirus stimulus package.

Woodcreek issues ‘Stay-In, Stay-Safe’ order

The City of Woodcreek has issued a “Stay-In, Stay- Safe” order for residents to help stem the spread of the current coronavirus outbreak, abbreviated as COVID19. The order calls on residents to limit travel outside of the home to only essential activities, essential business functions, and essential infrastructure and government functions, and to adhere to social distancing guidelines. The order became effective at 11:59 pm on Tuesday, March 24. Further details about the order can be found on the city website, www.woodcreektx.gov.

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Wimberley making masks

Wimberley Stitch Studios, locally owned by Rich and Linda Hasselberg, are doing their part in this crisis by being the conduit for good. They usually help people with quilts and others’ sewing needs. But now they are temporarily putting quilts on the backburner, and putting safety the front burner, doing all they can to help first responders and medical personnel.

Dripping Springs takes big hit amid COVID-19 outbreak

Nearly overnight, Dripping Springs, the Wedding Capital of Texas® has been crushed by the COVID-19 virus. Couples planning their upcoming spring nuptials have postponed or cancelled their weddings leaving vendors scrambling to reschedule during what typically is one of the busiest times of the year. The effects of COVID-19 are felt throughout the industry from caterers, florists, to venues and lodging properties. In a recent meeting held by the Dripping Springs Visitors Bureau, tourism industry professionals estimated that more than four-hundred employees have been furloughed.

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