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Library Receives Grant

The Blanco Library is honored to announce that at this month’s Blanco County South Library District board meeting, it was approved to accept a contract for a $33,100 cooperative grant project between the library and the Community English Classes (CEC) Program. This project is made possible by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to the Texas State Library and Archives...

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Twin Sisters Plans to “Raise the Roof”

Twin Sisters Historic Dance Hall was built in the 1870's by Max Krueger who came from Germany. The historic hall served the community as a community dance hall where families shared food amd stories as families danced the night away. It was a place of community gatherings for good times as well as the bad times. Max Krueger states from his book," A great many young pistol-toters and bullies

Panthers Roar Past Lions, Improve Record

The Blanco Panthers continued their strong start to the 2015 season with an impressive win over visiting San Antonio Christian. The Panthers scored early and often to jump out to a 27-7 first quarter lead and never looked back as Blanco totaled season highs in almost every offensive category.Ryan Ronces got the first two TD's of the game on runs of 1 and 2 yards. After a successful Justin

Panthers Ground the Eagles

The Blanco Panthers only needed one strong quarter offensively to bring home their third win of the season, while the defense held strong denying Luling any thoughts of an Eagle victory. Although Blanco had some success moving the ball, turnovers and stalled drives put an end to several Panther possessions.The first quarter of play proved to be uneventful, as both teams simply traded field

Council Hears Reports from Subcommittees

In the Public Comments portion of the September 8 meeting of the governing body of Blanco, night-sky advocate Wayne Gosnell reported that he had "good news and bad news" for council members. The bad news was that the newly-remodeled Dairy Queen had installed lighting not in compliance with Blanco's lighting ordinance. The good news was that after a citizen complaint, the mayor sent a letter to

GVTC Foundation Awards Grant

The GVTC Foundation recently awarded a grant to the Hill Country Pregnancy Care Center in support of the HCPCC expansion of services to the Bulverde/Spring Branch area. Working with the Acacia Medical Mission and the Gabriel Project of St. Joseph's of Honey Creek Catholic Church, the HCPCC will be providing the same free services in Bulverde that are available in Boerne.Thanks to an anonymous

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