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Wednesday, July 29, 2015
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Clarification: An earlier version of this story stated in second reference that Alexander was using an 18-wheeler. The first reference, four-wheeler, was correct. By Alexandria Randolph/Burnet Bulletin Family and friends are rallying behind a Burnet County man and Burnet High School graduate... + continue reading
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By Alexandria Randolph/Burnet Bulletin Concerns surrounding a proposal to establish a new dam on the Colorado River were aired during a meeting held Tuesday night, July 21, in Buchanan Dam. Representatives of the Central Texas Water Coalition (CTWC) and the Lake Buchanan Conservation Corps (... + continue reading
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By CHRISTI BERTELSON/BURNET BULLETIN A weekend of fun is planned ahead to raise funds for Burnet Project Graduation, which, with the support of the community, hosts a safe, alcohol-free and drug-free senior class party each spring. To start off the fund-raising weekend will be a special photo... + continue reading
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By CHRISTI BERTELSON/ BURNET BULLETIN Cowden Ward, of Burnet's famed Freedom Flyers, first met Kevin Lacey, star of the Discovery Channel television show “Airplane Repo,” at a youth flying event in Conroe, Texas. That encounter led to a kinship that included many adventures in flight. Around... + continue reading
Friday, July 24, 2015
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ATTENTION ALL: Effective Thursday, 07/23/2015 all of Burnet County will be under a burn ban starting at 6a.m. + continue reading
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by Alexandria Randolph Local law enforcement held an auto-theft simulation Thursday morning, July 30, to educate drivers on just how quickly a vehicle can be stolen. Members of the Heart of Texas Auto Theft Task Force joined with Burnet County Sheriff’s Office and Burnet Police Department to... + continue reading
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by Alexandria Randolph A two-year old was pronounced dead after a single-vehicle rollover on FM 3509 Sunday afternoon, July 26. Texas DPS Troopers said the young boy, identified as Xavier Meyers, was ejected from a Ford F150 extended cab pickup truck during the rollover. His mother Alyssa... + continue reading

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Clarification: An earlier version of this story stated in second reference that Alexander was using an 18-wheeler. The first reference, four-wheeler, was correct. By Alexandria Randolph/Burnet Bulletin Family and friends are rallying behind a Burnet County man and Burnet High School graduate... + continue reading
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By Alexandria Randolph/Burnet Bulletin Concerns surrounding a proposal to establish a new dam on the Colorado River were aired during a meeting held Tuesday night, July 21, in Buchanan Dam. Representatives of the Central Texas Water Coalition (CTWC) and the Lake Buchanan Conservation Corps (... + continue reading
07/29/2015 - 0 comment(s)
By CHRISTI BERTELSON/BURNET BULLETIN A weekend of fun is planned ahead to raise funds for Burnet Project Graduation, which, with the support of the community, hosts a safe, alcohol-free and drug-free senior class party each spring. To start off the fund-raising weekend will be a special photo... + 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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Gov. Abbott on June 11 signed SB 2065, the Pastor Protection Act, which he said would “ensure that clergy in Texas cannot be forced to violate their religious beliefs.” Religious leaders in the... + continue reading