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JAMES WALKER/BURNET BULLETIN The deal to bring the Wedding Oak Winery to Burnet’s historic downtown square has fallen through, officials on both sides have confirmed. Phillip Thurman, president of the Burnet Economic Development Corporation (EDC,) said Monday, June 22, that the deal with San... + continue reading
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JAMES WALKER/BURNET BULLETIN Cristi Clement narrowly defeated Mark Axford to keep her position on the Pedernales Electric Cooperative Board of Directors, but she may no longer find herself in the majority that largely controlled the co-op’s destiny. After the results of the board of directors... + continue reading

Joined by announcer Ed Clements of KLBJ Radio, Spike Dykes speaks about the importance of Seton Care-A-Van and tells the tailgate party crowd that, in the past 11 years, more thank $2 million dollars have been donated to keep the healthcare effort going.
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
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JAMES WALKER/BURNET BULLETIN Organizers of the Seton Care-a-Van tailgate party and golf tournament said more money was raised this last weekend than during any of its previous 11 years. The event, which was held over Friday and Saturday, June 19-20, raised more than $260,000. The tailgate... + continue reading

Matthew Chavira, Madison Glaspy, Diego Chavira, Conner Smith, James Alexander, Mikayla Resendez and Brian Alexander, who all attend the Boys & Girls Club of Burnet learn about computer hard drives from Ed Sooter, as part of one of the many classes the Freedom Flyers extends to the kids who attend the club. The Boys & Girls Clubs have been working with Freedom Flyers for the last three years to help educate children.
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
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Wednesday, June 17, 2015
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BY ALEXANDRIA RANDOLPH HIGHLAND LAKES NEWSPAPERS Vegetable gurus, crafters and metalworkers alike are ne-tuning this year’s entriesto the Burnet County Fair, which is scheduled this weekend, June 19-20, at the Burnet Community Center. Competitors will enter their best efforts in the following... + continue reading
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Joined by announcer Ed Clements of KLBJ Radio, Spike Dykes speaks about the importance of Seton Care-A-Van and tells the tailgate party crowd that, in the past 11 years, more thank $2 million dollars have been donated to keep the healthcare effort going.

Matthew Chavira, Madison Glaspy, Diego Chavira, Conner Smith, James Alexander, Mikayla Resendez and Brian Alexander, who all attend the Boys & Girls Club of Burnet learn about computer hard drives from Ed Sooter, as part of one of the many classes the Freedom Flyers extends to the kids who attend the club. The Boys & Girls Clubs have been working with Freedom Flyers for the last three years to help educate children.

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06/26/2015
By Alexandria Randolph The Highland Lakes Newspapers While gays and lesbians across the nation celebrate the U.S. Supreme Court decision announced today on marriage equality, Burnet County is awaiting further information before awarding marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Like a number of... + continue reading
06/20/2015
Cristi Clement narrowly defeated Mark Axford in the Pedernales Electric Cooperative Board of Directors District 1 race and Burnet County Judge James Oakley was elected president of the co-op’s board Saturday. Clement, of Meadowlakes, who has been on the PEC board since 2010, got 11,500 votes to... + continue reading

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JAMES WALKER/BURNET BULLETIN The deal to bring the Wedding Oak Winery to Burnet’s historic downtown square has fallen through, officials on both sides have confirmed. Phillip Thurman, president of the Burnet Economic Development Corporation (EDC,) said Monday, June 22, that the deal with San... + continue reading
Clement
06/24/2015 - 0 comment(s)
JAMES WALKER/BURNET BULLETIN Cristi Clement narrowly defeated Mark Axford to keep her position on the Pedernales Electric Cooperative Board of Directors, but she may no longer find herself in the majority that largely controlled the co-op’s destiny. After the results of the board of directors... + continue reading

Joined by announcer Ed Clements of KLBJ Radio, Spike Dykes speaks about the importance of Seton Care-A-Van and tells the tailgate party crowd that, in the past 11 years, more thank $2 million dollars have been donated to keep the healthcare effort going.
06/24/2015 - 0 comment(s)
JAMES WALKER/BURNET BULLETIN Organizers of the Seton Care-a-Van tailgate party and golf tournament said more money was raised this last weekend than during any of its previous 11 years. The event, which was held over Friday and Saturday, June 19-20, raised more than $260,000. The tailgate... + continue reading
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By Wayne Craig Bulletin Sports The Bulldog 7 on 7 team hosted a varsity tournament on Saturday morning with 14 talented teams in attendance ncluding Burnet, Lago Vista, Yoakum, Bremond, Taylor,... + continue reading

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Personnel from Austin Reptiles brought a selection of snakes (the favorites,) lizards and tortoises to the Bertram Library last Thursday, June 11. There was a “sellout” crowd of 143 children and 67... + continue reading

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A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuiton June 9 upheld the constitutionality of House Bill 2, the state abortion law revised by the Texas Legislaturein a July 2013... + continue reading