Aiden Harris, Colin Lee and Brandon Hines honed their football skills over the weekend by getting together at Boerne City Park. TOP: Harris gets ready to catch a pass from Hines while Lee watches. RIGHT: Lee prepares to run a route before Hines passes the ball to him. Star photos by Cindy BormanRead more
Oak wilt is one of the most destructive tree diseases in the United States and has been killing oak trees in Central Texas at epidemic proportions. The Texas A&M Forest Service urges all Texans, particularly hunters, to take preventative measures and be cautious when collecting and purchasing firewood this time of year to reduce the spread of oak wilt.Read more
A 22-year-old man was found guilty on January 26 of possessing a firearm as a convicted felon, which is a third-degree felony, and his sentencing is set for March 26.Read more
About 15 vehicles parked at the Church of Christ in Boerne with their radios dialed in to 90.1 FM to listen as the church’s ministers spoke about Danny Chapman, the traveler who passed away after being hit by a vehicle last month, and prayed for him.Read more
The Boerne Independent School District is making progress with its strategic plan.
During the January board of trustees meeting, Chief Administrative Officer Ashley Stewart provided an update on the plan and its four pillars.
In the spring of 2018, the district contracted with N2 Learning to assist in developing the plan. Stewart said the process took about nine months, included several stakeholders and resulted in a document that serves as a blueprint for BISD through 2022.Read more
The Fair Oaks Ranch City Council approved a motion for City Manager Tobin Maples to sign a professional services agreement with a consultant to conduct a wastewater utility fee rate study. The utility fee rate hasn’t been updated since 2010.Read more
The Boerne Champion High School Student Council conducted a winter clothing drive to benefit people in Kenya, Africa. The students collected more than $3,000 in donations and delivered the clothes to Child Legacy International, a local Boerne nonprofit organization. Above, CHS students Emily Frey, Shelby Christian and Candace Keefe unload the donations. Submitted photoRead more
This past weekend was a good one to spend outdoors as local temperatures in the 60s made getting some fresh air a popular activity. At Boerne City Park, the Lemley family had some fun on the playground equipment, especially the tire swing, as Drake gets a ride from his grandmother, Mary Kay Huber, as she pushes him on the swing. Also pictured are Drake’s mother, Mary Beth, and his sister, Charlotte. Temperatures are forecasted to be in the 60s and 70s for the remainder of the week with no rain in sight. Star photos by Cindy BormanRead more