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BANDERA — Converting two local frontier-era buildings into Bandera County’s tourism headquarters with exhibits on local history and area attractions would cost about $1.25 million, under a proposal being considered by Bandera County commissioners.

Architexas recommended constructing a new visitor center building between the county’s former courthouse on 12th Street, which opened in 1877, and the former county jail beside it, which housed its first inmate in 1881.

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