Kimble County

Kimble County, Texas

501 Main St Courthouse
Junction, TX 76849
Phone: (325) 446-3353
Fax: (325) 446-2986
www.co.kimble.tx.us

In central TX, southeast of San Angelo; organized Jan 22, 1858 from Bexar County. Name Origin: For George C. Kimble (1810-36), a TX officer killed at the Alamo. Name is variously spelled Kimball and Kimbell.

Area (sq mi):: 1250.92 (land 1250.70; water 0.23) Population per square mile: 3.70
Population 2005: 4,591 State rank: 205 Population change: 2000-20005 2.80%; 1990-2000 8.40% Population 2000: 4,468 (White 77.90%; Black or African American 0.10%; Hispanic or Latino 20.70%; Asian 0.40%; Other 9.10%). Foreign born: 5.50%. Median age: 43.10
Income 2000: per capita $17,127; median household $29,396; Population below poverty level: 18.80% Personal per capita income (2000-2003): $17,523-$18,889
Unemployment (2004): 4.20% Unemployment change (from 2000): 2.50% Median travel time to work: 21.50 minutes Working outside county of residence: 12.20%
Cities with population over 10,000: None
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Murr, a former Kimble County judge and county attorney, said his brand of conservatism would appeal to voters.
James Graham lives in Kimble County, Texas, in a secluded cabin not far from Fort McKavett where the historical J.
The firm acquired the assets of the Harper Water System in Gillespie County and the London Water System in Kimble County, which combined together serve around 480 Texas people.
This specimen represents a county record and range extension of approximately 200 km to the north from Kimble County.
The injunction results from a lawsuit filed by Kimble County ranchers who claimed to fear a potential pipeline leak.
After practicing law in Dallas, he returned home to win election, first as Kimble County attorney, and most recently as county judge, a job he resigned in September.
However, "we went about six weeks without any type of outdoor water, not even hoses," said Kimble County Judge Andrew Murr.
The plains harvest mouse, Reithrodontomys montanus, in Kimble County, Texas.
Other records for this species on the Edwards Plateau are one taken in Bandera County on 20 March 1948 (Blair, 1952), four males obtained at Junction, Kimble County, on 17 May 1987 (Manning et al.
SE Junction, off I-10 in the vicinity of Segovia, Kimble County (30[degrees]26'N, 99[degrees]41'W, elevation 610 meters).