Clint Morse introduced Carlina Villalpando, Publisher of the Kerrville Daily Times. Carlina was born in Brownwood, Texas, studied Communications at Howard Payne Univeristy and has worked her way up in the newspaper industry to her current position.
 Newspapers have been hit hard by the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Kerrville Daily Times has seen a 50% decline in advertising over the last couple of months, and 70% of their revenue comes from those advertising dollars. They have about two thirds of their usual work force in place at this time.
In addition to the newspaper business, the KDT has a significant printing capability. They print about twenty five newspapers for other cities including Sonora, Rocksprings and Del Rio. The Times also produces other supplemental publications including the Mountain Sun, Hill Country Magazine and Kerrville Business Link.
The parent company is Southern Newspapers, which owns twelve newspapers. The Owners believe strongly in community journalism, and content and operations are done on a local level.  In addition to the printed paper, the Kerrville Daily times publishes content during the day as it is available on the internet, rather than waiting until the next printed edition.