By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER The rise of social media has brought with it a new and (sometimes) alarming level of armchair quarterbacking. When teams are doing well, that fact is occasionally difficult to see. However, let a good team with a lot of community support lose to the Number Six team in the state, […]
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER In their biggest test of the season, the Lions were outgunned by the Kerrville Tivy Antlers in front of a capacity Homecoming crowd on Friday night. After honoring the Homecoming Court, including a special surprise for King Jamie Hennan and Queen Jade Lymas, the Lions took the field against one […]
Our Beloved Paula Ramirez Garcia, 70, of Austin, was called by Our Heavenly Father to her eternal rest on Sept. 27, 2015. She is survived by her husband, Eloy Garcia, Sr.; sons, Richard Strandtman, Eloy Garcia, Jr., Mike Garcia and Alexis Garcia; daughter, Patricia Pena; sister, Gregoria Cadena; and brothers, Rodrigo Ramirez, Sr., Julio C. […]
Tony Mosqueda, born June 28, 1951, passed away on Oct. 5, 2015. He was preceded in death by his parents, Jesse Mosqueda, Sr., and Isabel DeLeon Barerra; and brothers, Robert Barrera and Steven Barrera. He is survived by his sons, Mark Mosqueda, Larry Mosqueda and Aaron Mosqueda; brothers, Gilbert Mosqueda, Arthur Mosqueda, Jesse Barrera, Rudy […]
Francis “Frank” Dorwin Scherich was a faithful and dedicated minister of Jesus Christ for 35 years. He was born March 17, 1934 in Wind Ridge “Jacktown,” Pa., as the youngest child of Herbert Paul and Ruby Durbin Scherich. His childhood friend, Patricia R. Burns, became his wife on May 12, 1955. They reared six children […]
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER In a District where every point matters and there is no such thing as an easy win, the Lions proved on Friday night that they have the fortitude to keep moving forward, even when everything that can go wrong does. “There was a strange vibe from pre-game all the way […]
The proposed change would require a specific use permit for all duplexes located in a Residential – Medium Density area, where duplexes are currently allowed by right, provided the lot meets specific standards.
The technology, currently in use in such departments as Austin and Cedar Park, allows the officers to record their interactions and saves time and space in storage.
By Rep. John Cyrier Hunting and fishing are fundamental rights for every American. Unfortunately, hunting and fishing have come under attack in recent years by some left-wing organizations. That is why it is important to pass Proposition 6 in an upcoming Nov. 3 election to make hunting and fishing legally protected rights under the […]
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER Last week, my heart-sister had the unenviable task of explaining to her elementary school daughters that their family had lost a second cat in a month, when their kitten was killed by a careless driver. She had to tell them, for the second time in a month, that someone was […]