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1 Dead, 2 Wounded in Alpine Shooting

4:30 PM, Wednesday: The alleged shooter, Alvino Gonzalez, has been charged with murder as well as two second-degree felonies, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, against the two surviving victims on Tuesday night’s shooting. 11:15 AM, Wednesday: Alpine police have arrested … Continue reading

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Alpine City Council Candidates talk Fiscal Transparency at Q&A Session

The Alpine Chamber of Commerce hosted a Q & A session with candidates for the Alpine City Council on Saturday. The event was moderated by the Alpine Avalanche. The Ward 2 and Ward 4 Council seats are up for grabs … Continue reading

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Interview: Singer Songwriter Dana Falconberry returns to Marfa

Dana Falconberry has been to Marfa before. She was here for the Trans-Pecos Music Festival and played at Padres before. She’s back this coming Sunday to play at El Cosmico. Our host Natalie Pattillo spoke with Falconberry abut her music … Continue reading

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What ever happened to Alpine’s Quiet Zone?

Last summer, former City Manager Chuck Harrington claimed in the very near future, Alpine’s train horn would only sound if imminent danger was present. This would establish the railroad town as a quiet zone. In lieu of the horns and … Continue reading

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Alpine’s First Christmas Variety Show: Featuring Local Talents of All Ages

Christmas is a time of traditions. Tinsel and family ornaments are being put on trees. Bright decorative lights, nativities, and Santa’s reindeer are appearing on front lawns. Even the cold weekend weekend creates the Winter Wonderland feeling for the holiday … Continue reading

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Will Alpine’s Airport be a Drones Test Site?

The debate continues over drones at the Alpine’s airport. Several hundred residents recently signed a petition opposing Alpine’s airport being used for a drones test site. For KRTS News, Natalie Pattillo spoke with concerned citizens, the researchers from Texas A&M … Continue reading

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Smart Meters in West Texas – Concern or Convenience?

Smart meters are coming to Far West Texas homes and business. These new, advanced meters record and track energy usage and communicate that information to utility companies for monitoring and billing purposes. What does this mean for consumers–do these meters … Continue reading

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Special Viewing Nights at McDonald Observatory: Look at the Night Sky through a 36-inch Telescope

For more than 70 years, the McDonald Observatory has been attracting research scientists into the Davis Mountains. In the weeks ahead, it will more than just astronomers who get to take advantage of the high-tech equipment. For Marfa Public Radio, … Continue reading

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So What’s Up With The Unaccounted $30 Million in the City of Alpine Budget?

Earlier this week, CBS 7 News reported that the city of Alpine was unable to account for $30.2 million in its budget. This followed a contentious City Council meeting on Tuesday. For KRTS Natalie Pattillo spoke to Interim City Finance Director … Continue reading

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Today: Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of The March on Washington

Fifty years ago today, Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech at the March on Washington. To honor that day, listen to a KRTS news report by Natalie Pattillo about Freedom Writer Manny Scott’s recent visit … Continue reading

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