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Kyle City Council Hears Update on Road Bond Project (construction scheduled to begin in June, 2015)

The Kyle City Council received a presentation from City staff during the January 20th council meeting regarding the status of the five roads scheduled for upgrades as part of the $36 million Road Bond Improvement Package approved by voters in the May 2013, general election. The five road improvement projects include the reconstruction and expansion of N. Burleson Street, Bunton Creek … [Read More...]

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Best of Kyle 2014 – Favorite Hangout Spot

Dark Horse Lodge Located in the former "Bordeaux", Dark Horse Lodge serves Texas themed tapas and small plates. They also feature a large covered patio and live music. A great place to hangout, indeed. We've heard that Dark Horse is the place to be for those looking to enjoy great drinks, food, and company. Follow them on social media to keep up with their current specials! What's your … [Read More...]

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Best of Kyle 2014 – Favorite Local Race

Front Porch Days Race/s For over 9 years and counting, the Front Porch Days has been a fun family centered event hosted in the Plum Creek subdivision. Kicking off the events is the annual Front Porch Days Races, including  1k, 3k, 5k, and 10k racing. The event is so wonderful and was your choice for "Favorite Local Race" probably due to the hard work and dedication of the organization … [Read More...]

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Best of Kyle 2014 – Favorite Local Race

Front Porch Days Race/s For over 9 years and counting, the Front Porch Days has been a fun family centered event hosted in the Plum Creek subdivision. Kicking off the events is the annual Front Porch Days Races, including  1k, 3k, 5k, and 10k racing. The event is so wonderful and was your choice for "Favorite Local Race" probably due to the hard work and dedication of the organization … [Read More...]

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Best of Kyle 2014 – Favorite Place to Host a Child’s Birthday Party

The Jumpy Place When most folks in Kyle think about planning a local birthday party for their child/ren, they usually think of The Jumpy Place. For a kid, it doesn't get much better - tons of bouncy houses, obstacle courses, mazes, games, and more to enjoy for hours on end. For a parent, it doesn't get much better - letting your kids loose (for the most part) and enjoying form the comfort … [Read More...]

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Best of Kyle 2014 – Favorite Place for Live Music

Central Texas Speedway There isn't a lot of options in the Kyle area for live music (local or otherwise) but Central Texas Speedway is a top class venue that has hosted a number of local acts as well as nationwide tours. It isn't just the great stage and sound equipment that makes CTS a desired place to watch live music! It's also the atmosphere. CTS has a great "car bar", large flat screen … [Read More...]

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The Kyle Report – Educator Wants to Establish Charter School in Kyle (and other things I learned about road projects, zoning issues and the city attorney’s wretched use of metaphors at tonight’s city council meeting)

Since its founders held an organizational meeting last month, I’m assuming most of those in the educational community were already aware of this, but I didn’t know until tonight, when Jewel Cournoyer … [Read More...]

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Upgrades on Kyle Parks Continuing

Work on city parks is continuing as the upgrades approved by the city council are put in place. The upgrades include shade structures over playscapes, new turf and irrigation for ball fields, and much … [Read More...]

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The Kyle Report – Planning & Zoning Shows its Pro-Developer Bias

The Kyle Report is a column written by Kyle resident, Pete Oppel, that covers city leadership issues. You can follow The Kyle Report here on the Kyle Life or by subscribing to Mr. Oppel’s blog, The … [Read More...]

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