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City and school leaders wished to clarify an article about junior golf fees that was published in the Oct. 19 issue of the Fredericksburg-Standard Radio Post.

Choices for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act will continue to be narrow and expensive in Gillespie County.

So far, the long lines for early voting in Gillespie County involve an old U.S. military adage: Hurry up and wait. Some in Texas prefer early voting to avoid the long lines expected on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 8. — Standard-Radio Post/Richard Zowie

Some Texans participate in early voting to avoid the long lines on Election Day, but for this year, it doesn’t seem to make a difference.


FHS linebacker Bryce Erwin calls out a play just before the snap on Friday night against Canyon Lake. — Standard-Radio Post/McKenzie Wedel

Looking for their first district win, the Fredericksburg High School varsity football team will head to Taylor on Friday to face the Ducks.

Fredericksburg High School varsity cross country teams are finalizing their race preparations before taking off for the University Interscholastic League Region IV-4A Cross Country Meet on Saturday


Carol Madeleine Royston Pittman Cupper, 97, of Fredericksburg, died Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016, at Windcrest Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.

Lorenzo P. Garcia, 84, of Willow City, died Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016.

Doris May Lange, 82, nee Crenwelge, of Fredericksburg, died Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016.

Gillespie Life

The State of Ohio constitution prohibits “idiots” from voting.

A look at local businesses in Fredericksburg and Gillespie County.

Patients young and old receive chiropractic treatment from Dr. Emily Morales-Ball at Foundation Chiropractic, including her threemonth- old daughter, Laina. The doctor serves businesses and individuals. — Standard-Radio Post/Richard Zowie

Dr. Emily Morales-Ball is from Fredericksburg, and when she returned to town and opened Foundation Chiropractic in 2013, she wanted to take a different approach to chiropractic medicine.

About the time these words are read, I will be high atop the clouds in a jet, sharing a toast with my father as we embark on a joint vacation.

Columns, editorials and more of interest to our readers.

Through its continued print product, digital editions, web pages, social media pushes and even email newsletters, the reach of newspaper outlets has never been greater, despite what you hear about

Fredericksburg High School students Parker Tran, a junior, left, and Brendon Huynh, a sophomore, collect items for Pokémon Go in front of Zion Lutheran Church on Main Street. — Standard-Radio Post/Christine Granados

Everyone who has access to the Internet or a television has heard about the latest cell phone app game craze — Pokémon Go.

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