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BY JAMES WALKER Rejoice over the recent rains, but don’t get too carried away and start proclaiming that the record-setting drought that has gripped the Highland Lakes region for five years has broken. “Yes, we’ve gotten rain and yes we are thankful for it,” said John Hofmann, vice president of... + continue reading
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BY JAMES WALKER Outgoing Marble Falls Mayor George Russell has been appointed to the board of directors of the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) by Gov. Greg Abbott. Russell, whose term will expire in 2021, effectively replaces LCRA director Buddy Schrader of Horseshoe Bay. “I didn’t think I... + continue reading
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By Wayne Craig Ask just about anyone in Burnet county that watched No.8 who suited up for the Bulldogs from 2001-2003 and they will tell you it’s no surprise he made it into the Texas High School Hall of Fame. Jordan Shipley is no stranger to being in the spotlight after an impressive career at... + continue reading
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By Wayne Craig Six Bulldog athletes did a very good job in their respective events at the UIL State Track meet which was held in Austin on Saturday. On the boys side of competition Burnet’s 400 meter relay team cruised to a sixth place finish with a time of 42.28. Participants for that event... + continue reading
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BY JAMES WALKER Burnet’s famous Indian Marker Tree is dead and gone. The huge Texas live oak, located a few feet from Hamilton Creek behind the Highlander Restaurant, was listed in the “Famous Trees of Texas– Texas A... + continue reading

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BY JAMES WALKER The Burnet community is being offered yet another way to step up and support its young people by attending the Hill Country Community Foundation (HCCF) Scholarship Presentation at 7 p.m. tomorrow, May 21, at the Burnet High School Auditorium. The extent to which the Burnet... + continue reading
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Former district judge Gil Jones will become the Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace on an interim basis after being appointed to the position by the Burnet County Commissioners Court Tuesday, May 12. Jones, who retired in 2012 after serving 16 years as the 33rd Judicial District Judge, will replace... + continue reading

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BY JAMES WALKER Rejoice over the recent rains, but don’t get too carried away and start proclaiming that the record-setting drought that has gripped the Highland Lakes region for five years has broken. “Yes, we’ve gotten rain and yes we are thankful for it,” said John Hofmann, vice president of... + continue reading
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BY JAMES WALKER Burnet’s famous Indian Marker Tree is dead and gone. The huge Texas live oak, located a few feet from Hamilton Creek behind the Highlander Restaurant, was listed in the “Famous Trees of Texas– Texas A... + continue reading
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By Wayne Craig Six Bulldog athletes did a very good job in their respective events at the UIL State Track meet which was held in Austin on Saturday. On the boys side of competition Burnet’s 400 meter relay team cruised to a sixth place finish with a time of 42.28. Participants for that event... + continue reading
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By Wayne Craig Six Bulldog athletes did a very good job in their respective events at the UIL State Track meet which was held in Austin on Saturday. On the boys side of competition Burnet’s 400... + continue reading

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Bertram Elementary students sit on their new “Buddy Bench” located in the pavilion. The bench was recently donated by Burnet’s Epsilon Pi Sorority to encourage kindness, acceptance, fun and... + continue reading

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by Ed Sterling June 1 is the last day of the 84th Regular Session of the Texas Legislature. From now until then is all the time that remains for the House and Senate to decide if they’re going to... + continue reading