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It was a great week for the Burnet Bulldog baseball team who earned back-to-back district wins to close out round one, 3-2 in 25-4A. In the first round of play the Dawgs defeated Llano, Liberty Hill and Lampasas, while dropping two close contest to Taylor and Salado. To read more, please log in... + continue reading
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The Burnet County Sheriff’s Office delayed for more than an hour Wednesday morning, April 8, before passing on information to Burnet Police and school officials that a caller said there was a bomb “in every corner” of the county and that schools should be cleared immediately. Hours after the call,... + continue reading
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It takes more than just the threat of rain to keep a good Bluebonnet Festival down. That was evident last weekend when the 32nd Annual Burnet Bluebonnet Festival drew thousands of happy and enthusiastic visitors despite dire weather forecasts and numerous instances when it looked as if the skies... + continue reading
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The BHS golf teams competed in district competition last Monday and Tuesday. After some great play by both the boys and girls Burnet qualified six to participate in the regional rounds.The girls captured second place as a team and is the first complete team to qualify for regionals in a number of... + continue reading
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Three and a half hours after their Tuesday night game began the Lady Bulldogs stormed the field in celebration following a Rose Bailey walk-off double that ended a ten inning game against Liberty Hill in Burnet’s favor, 2-1. It was an exciting battle between two of the state’s top ten squads that... + continue reading

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Two subjects certain to be discussed by candidates for Burnet mayor and city council in a forum tomorrow evening, April 16, are the growing subsidization of the city-owned Delaware Springs Golf Course and the appropriate role council members should have in governing the city. The candidates forum... + continue reading
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By James Walker Citizens attending the Burnet City Council and BurnetConsolidated Independent School District board candidates’ forum on Thursday, April 16, will have a chance to ask questions of the candidates. To read more, please log in or subscribe to the digital edition. + continue reading

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It was a great week for the Burnet Bulldog baseball team who earned back-to-back district wins to close out round one, 3-2 in 25-4A. In the first round of play the Dawgs defeated Llano, Liberty Hill and Lampasas, while dropping two close contest to Taylor and Salado. To read more, please log in... + continue reading
04/15/2015 - 0 comment(s)
Three and a half hours after their Tuesday night game began the Lady Bulldogs stormed the field in celebration following a Rose Bailey walk-off double that ended a ten inning game against Liberty Hill in Burnet’s favor, 2-1. It was an exciting battle between two of the state’s top ten squads that... + continue reading
04/15/2015 - 0 comment(s)
The BHS golf teams competed in district competition last Monday and Tuesday. After some great play by both the boys and girls Burnet qualified six to participate in the regional rounds.The girls captured second place as a team and is the first complete team to qualify for regionals in a number of... + continue reading
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It was a great week for the Burnet Bulldog baseball team who earned back-to-back district wins to close out round one, 3-2 in 25-4A. In the first round of play the Dawgs defeated Llano, Liberty Hill... + continue reading

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StoryTime kids from the Joann Cole Mitte Memorial Library enjoyed an Easter egg hunt and refreshments last Thursday, April 2, at Johnnie Mae Wheeler Park. The free StoyTime program for toddlers is... + continue reading

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Statewide authority to investigate and prosecute public corruption would be moved out of the Travis County District Attorney’s Office under Senate Bill 10, legislation approved by the Senate on April... + continue reading