Adam Zenner formally has announced his bid to seek election for the office of Kendall County Precinct 1 constable in the March 2020 Republican Primary. As a sixth-generation native of
Boerne resident Aiden Vitela was sentenced to the maximum of two years in prison and fined $5,000 on Friday during the punishment phase of his court case stemming from the
Book fans braved the 90-degree October heat on Saturday to attend the annual Boerne Book and Arts Festival. The record-setting event brought in about 1,400 people this year, which is
The Comfort Independent School District is putting a $37.7 million bond on the November joint election ballot in Kendall and Kerr counties – the largest bond to date in the
It is only fitting that the Black Rifle Coffee Co.’s first brick and mortar location is in Boerne. After all, the owners of the nationally known business live here. Black
The Texas Department of Public Safety has released the name of the individual who died in a one-vehicle crash on Interstate 10 near the 537 mile marker on Sept. 26.
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