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Candles burn on top of a sun-roof from one of the many cars flashing headlights at the hospital. — Photo by Lindy Segall
Delivering buckets of Garrison Brothers hand sanitizer to Hill Country Memorial Hospital last week were founder Dan Garrison and volunteer Larry Lindsey. Accepting the donation on behalf of the hospital were Dianne Lewis, director of material services, and Randall Lewis, perioperative services supply coordinator. — Standard-Radio Post/Yvonne Hartmann
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Fredericksburg City Council voted Monday to postpone its May 2

At least two Blanco area residents have experienced discolored

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The COVID-19 pandemic left Fredericksburg Independent School D

Kent Myers, City Manager for the City of Fredericksburg, will be recording daily updates about COVID-19 that can be heard by calling 830-307-3680.

In accordance with the executive order issued by Governor Greg Abbott mandating schools remain temporarily closed through Monday, May 4, due to COVID-19 (coronavirus), the University Interscholasti


Elaine Drobeck, 86, of Fredericksburg, died Friday, March 27,

Mrs. Lester C. Hahn, 87, nee Shirley A.

Jimmy Eugene Monk, 69, of Harper, died Saturday, March 28, 202

Gillespie Life

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With schools closed and childcare facilities making changes du

This community received some great rains again. Ranchers reported nearly five inches. Creek, ditches, dirt dams and fields are all showing that the amount of rainfall was wonderful.

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One month ago, the latest film from Disney’s Pixar Studios opened in over 4,300 theaters nationwide and grossed more than $39 million in its opening weekend.

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A look at local businesses in Fredericksburg and Gillespie County.

For the past couple of weeks, the Fredericksburg Chamber of Co

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I am sure everyone feels a little disoriented like I do. Our normal routines have been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Columns, editorials and more of interest to our readers.

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Daily I look up at the photo of my grandfather, who ran our hometown paper from 1936 and continued to work until the day he died at age 84.

The Texas Legislature did some good things in its 86th session, but what they did to plumbing licenses really stinks.



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Fredericksburg, TX 78624-4228