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From the ST: A Keller family displaced from their flooded home will have a new home built for them this week by crews from the television show “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” and Arlington-based Wall Homes. Amber and Peter Augustin of Keller were told Monday morning that they would have their Keller Hicks Road home rebuilt […]

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From the FWST: Old Town Keller Merchants Association seeks volunteers to work on the Keller train, which will be cleaned and refurbished so that tours can again be conducted. The group also seeks to start a Train Club and open a Train Museum. For information, call 817-821-9518.

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On Monday: The Keller Economic Development Board and the Keller City Council will conduct a joint meeting at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 17, at Keller Town Hall. The meeting is set to discuss the goals and objectives of the KEDB, the City’s incentives policy and determine target businesses that the City would like to attract. […]

From KISD: KELLER HIGH SCHOOL THEATER Keller High School is proud to present Jill the Ripper. Shows will be held tonight, Saturday, Novemeber 15th, Friday, November 21st and Saturday, November 22nd at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $5.00 and are available at the door. Jill the Ripper is the story of a young girl who may finally know […]

Fourth Grade Honor Choir at FRHS, originally uploaded by kellercitylimits.

Saturday 10:00am at keller Memorial Park the City of Keller will be having a Veteran’s Day Ceremony and dedication of “Protector of Freedom” statue. Sunday Christian Life Church is holding a big event: How do you plan to honor our troops this Veteran’s Day? Members of Christian Life Center in Keller answered that question in […]

Stopped by Sabor’s on the way home from work for a quick adult beverage and to scope the place out.  Paco was right, a very nice place indeed.  The Coors Light was very cold  😀 Told them we would have a few folks showing up on Tuesday night to watch the returns, the bartender and […]

I posted this under a different headline, questioning the Texas Open Meetings act, and got it all wrong. Had lunch today at the new Zaxby’s and ran into Mayor Pat McGrail. He told me there was an article coming out in the Citizen tomorrow detailing how three City Council Members showed up for the 2:00 […]

From the School District: 4th grade music students from elementary schools around the district have been chosen for the Keller ISD Honor Choir Concert. These students were among several who auditioned earlier in the school year for a spot in the Honor Choir. In the end, seven students from each school were selected. On Friday, […]

Just received an email from Chris Fuller with some good news.  I’m not taking credit for this, but I’m glad it’s happened. Doug,  The City will be conducting a second public input meeting for the Town Center Visioning Project.  The meeting date has not yet been determined but will likely be held the second week […]

I sent off an email to the Mayor as I stated I would in an earlier post.  I explained that I was extremely disappointed in the timing of the meeting on Thursday and that he and staff should have done a better job letting the public know about the Thursday meeting.  Late tonight I received […]

From the City’s website: A public hearing for the Davis Blvd (FM 1938) road expansion has been scheduled for Thursday, November 6, 2008. The hearing will be held at the Cross Timbers Community Church, 2525 Florence Road, Keller, Texas. Displays will be available for viewing at 6:30 p.m. with a formal hearing commencing at 7:00 […]