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At the end of their melee practice, Viking Invasion members raise their weapons as they chant “Jomsborg! Jomsborg!” to end their weekly training session at Veterans Park. Viking Invasion is an organization devoted to perpetuating the spirit and traditions of the Viking Age. Members learn to wield weapons of the age and to craft and maintain armor, along with other skills. 

Viking Invasion holds court at park

On Sunday afternoons in Veterans Park, the clash of steel swords and axes upon wooden shields can be heard along with the rustle of chainmail as Viking Invasion holds its weekly fighters and hearth

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From left to right are Precinct 2 Commissioner Mark Jones, Precinct 1 Commissioner Debbie Gonzales Ingalsbe, BR3T board member and Hays County Emergency Preparedness Coordinator Mike Jones, Hays County Director of Emergency Services Kharley Smith, BR3T Board of Directors President Earl Bolls, BR3T Executive Director Trey Bell, Hays County Disaster Recovery Specialist Denise Treadwell, Precinct 3 Commissioner Lon Shell and Precinct 4 Commissioner Ray Whisenant. Photo by Laureen Chernow

Recovery group winding down efforts

After helping 1,600 Central Texas families recover from the 2015 floods, the Blanco River Regional Recovery Team (BR3T) is winding down operations – but it is not going anywhere.

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Summer Fun Camp

Giovanni Testa pretends boredom as his fellow campers Claire Nam and Alexandra Gricia hang off a platform on the playscape at Travis Elementary during the Summer Fun camp hosted by city o

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Pictured are Hill Country Freethinker Association members Gil Fulmer, Billy Stokes, Jim Berry, School Fuel board member Nick Hoover, Karen Brown, Karl Brown, June Hankins, School Fuel board member MollyAnn Rosas-Garza, Lamar Hankins and Judy Telford. Hill Country Freethinkers photo

Freethinkers donate to School Fuel program

The Hill Country Freethinkers Association presented School Fuel with $11,000 from a recent BBB hosted by Jim Berry at his New Braunfels ranch. The Freethinkers also raised $5,500 at a previous even


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