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Junction, Texas

Junction, Texas Chamber of Commerce Logo and website link

Junction, Texas Chamber of Commerce

Junction is named for its location at the confluence of the North and South Llano Rivers. We are just a little west of Kerrville, Texas.

History

The community was founded in 1876 after the organization of Kimble County earlier that year. The original town site was named Denman after Marcellus Denman, who had surveyed and platted the new community. The name Denman was quickly changed to Junction City. In late 1876, Junction City won the designation of county seat from the unsuccessful and flood-prone settlement of Kimbleville. By 1879, a drugstore, livery stable, sawmill, and a few general stores were active in the community. Around 300 people were living in Junction City in 1882. The West Texas, Kimble County's first newspaper, began publishing in 1882. The county courthouse and its records were lost to a fire in 1884. A second, two-story brick stone courthouse was partially destroyed in an 1888 fire, but was repaired and remained in use until 1929, when the present courthouse was constructed. In 1894, Junction City became known simply as Junction. Infrastructure improvements marked the decade of the 1890s. Businessman Ernest Holekamp provided the city's first waterworks with a canal dug from the South Llano to Junction in 1895. A dam was built in 1896 on the South Llano River to provide power and water to the city and irrigation to surrounding lands.

The population stood at 536 in 1900. Four Mile Dam, a more permanent and extensive dam, was completed in 1904. Junction continued to rapidly grow with around 800 residents living in the community in 1910. That figure had grown to 1,250 by 1920. By the late 1920s, citizens felt the need for the benefits of a municipal government. On August 27, 1927, H.O. Denman and 152 others presented an incorporation petition to Kimble County Judge J.B. Randolph. In the election, 390 votes were cast: 274 (70%) "For Incorporation" and 116 (30%) "Against Incorporation." A city officers' election took place on October 13, 1927 with Ernest Holekamp elected as Junction's first mayor. During the mid-1920s, highway connections from Junction to Menard and San Angelo were made available. A sewer system was built in 1929. In the 1930 census, the city recorded 1,415 residents. Junction was the chief shipping and commercial center of Kimble County, as well as a tourist resort and hunting center. A new municipal building and fire station were opened in 1939 and 1940, respectively. In the mid-1940s, the cedar-oil business enhanced the economy, but the city's growth slowed. Throughout the latter half of the twentieth century, Junction's population continued to hover around 2,600. A 2007 U.S. Census Bureau estimate placed the population at 2,576, a 1.6 percent decline from the 2000 Census figure of 2,618.

Junction, Texas City Hall

Junction, Texas City Hall

 

2014 Hail Storms we are working

Abilene, Texas Hail Storm - June 12th, 2014

All Hail Reports near Abilene, Texas

Abilene, Texas (population: 117063) has had 87 hail reports from the public, trained spotters and the media within 15 miles captured in our database. The largest report of hail in Abilene was 4.50 inches around 0 years ago. The zipcode with the highest number of damaging hail reports near Abilene is 79602, with 12 reports.


Fort Worth, Texas Hail Storm - May 12th, 2014

All Hail Reports near Fort Worth, Texas

Fort Worth, Texas (population: 741206) has had 91 hail reports from the public, trained spotters and the media within 15 miles captured in our database. The largest report of hail in Fort Worth was 2.75 inches around 3 years ago. The zipcode with the highest number of damaging hail reports near Fort Worth is 76166, with 14 reports.


Alpine, Texas Hail Storm - June 7th, 2014

All Hail Reports near Alpine, Texas

Alpine, Texas (population: 5905) has had 26 hail reports from the public, trained spotters and the media within 15 miles captured in our database. The largest report of hail in Alpine was 4.25 inches around 4 years ago. The zipcode with the highest number of damaging hail reports near Alpine is 79832, with 20 reports.

Our Alpine hail repair shop is located at Aguilars.


Tom Hedke Auto Hail Repair guarantees all work Tom works with all insurance companies. We can waive your deductible and fix your hail damage. Call or come in today for your free estimate. If you have a small dent or lots of dents, call today. We can repair your dents and your car or truck will look like new. There may be no need for expensive auto body work or a body shop. A body shop is great for major hail damage, but for dings and dents PDR (paintless dent repair) is a better hail repair option. It will save you money and is less expensive on your insurance. Insurance companies prefer PDR because it is better than paying a body shop much more money for the body work. Hail damage repair is what we do.


Tom Hedke owner, PDR specialist, hail damage, hail repairTom Hedke Auto Hail Repair  is the  “Number one auto care service" in the area! We remove minor dings and dents, door dings, shopping cart dents, acorn and hail damage dents, creases and small dents from all vehicles. This amazing service is performed without using paint or bodywork! Save Hundreds! Insurance claims are welcome. We work with insurance companies everyday. You can have your insurance company contact us anytime.

It’s a fact that minor dings and dents are unavoidable. With Tom Hedke Auto Hail Repair  you don't have to live with ugly dings and dents! For those who seek only the best, Tom Hedke Auto Hail Repair is the ideal service for this common problem. Have a door ding or a minor dent? Don't spend a fortune or waste valuable time at a body shop. Have it removed with Tom Hedke Auto Hail Repair and maintain the original factory finish.

 

 


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