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Selma police officers receive 15-year service award

SELMA POLICE OFFICERS WHO RECENTLY RECEIVED AWARDS FOR 15 YEARS of service included corporals Stefanie Casias and Robert Cardenas, and Administrative Specialist Rebecca Carey.

The Noble Group Event Center receive $10K from the Cibolo EDC

THE NOBLE GROUP EVENT CENTER RECENTLY RECEIVED A  $10,000 REIMBURSEMENT CHECK from the Cibolo Economic Development Corp. for renovations. The program encourages exterior improvements...

Bryan Hugghins has been selected as the new police chief in...

BRYAN HUGGHINS HAS BEEN SELECTED AS THE NEW POLICE CHIEF in Cibolo, shedding the “interim” before his title. Hugghins stepped into his new role...

Chiropractor hails move to new site

LIVE OAK — Back to Health Chiropractic owner Drew Czerminski said he’s “changing the community one spine at a time.” Offering numerous treatments and therapies,...

Quatermain’s Pub lets patrons explore world of fun and foot pool

LIVE OAK — Creating a watering hole for folks to enjoy food, drinks and foot pool inspired owners Brad Lewis, David Papizan and Ron Gallucci...

JISD rolling out summer food bus

CONVERSE — While nourishing young minds is always the goal of the Judson Independent School District, this summer a converted school bus will nourish young...

Japanese pop culture store offering kawaii gifts

Little Surprises has brought its “kawaii-inspired” merchandise — cute Japanese pop culture gifts and more — after recently reopening in the Huebner Oaks Center at...

Jewelry store has many facets

For 36 years, Theodore “Ted” Resnick has been customizing, selling and appraising fine jewelry, but it was time for a change in location. Resnick and...

Mediterranean-style dining to make you feel right at home

love of Mediterranian food led chefs Karlo Orduña and Jeff Treviño to create Acú Bistro Bar, billed as an upscale but casual restaurant featuring...

I-10 construction, traffic frustrate residents

Continuous construction on Interstate 10 is frustrating many Leon Springs and Fair Oaks Ranch residents, but the highway department warns it will be years...

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