Christian Dorbandt
Monday, October 20, 2014
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by Alexandria Randolph An iconic figure of Burnet County history will be honored Saturday, Oct. 25, for his service in the Texas Rangers of old, only a few days from the 104th anniversary of his death. Christian Dorbandt, born Dec. 12, 1818 and deceased Oct. 28, 1910, will be recognized in a... + continue reading

Bobby Earl McGraw
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by Alexandria Randolph A methamphetamine stash worth about $250,000 was recovered and a Burnet man was arrested Friday, Oct. 17 in what authorities called a significant drug bust. Burnet County Sheriff's Deputies arrested Bobby Earl McGraw, 41, at his residence on Friday on charges of... + continue reading
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Phillip Reeves shows toddler son, James Weston Reeves, a little bit of wood working during the Fort Croghan Day held this past weekend in Burnet. To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition + continue reading
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By Wayne Craig   There are only two week’s left in volleyball district play but a playoff picture is not yet clear. Burnet, who is competing in 25-4A, started out at 3-0, but dropped both matches last week to Salado and Liberty Hill to end the first round with a 3-2... + continue reading
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By Wayne Craig   The varsity Burnet football team had to quite literally sweat out a 38-28 victory over the China Spring Courgars last Friday on the road. After jumping to a 28-7 first half lead some may have thought the Bulldogs would coast to victory. That was far from... + continue reading

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by Alexandria Randolph Two men died in separate fatal collisions on Saturday, Oct. 18. A two-vehicle collision four miles west of Spicewood at 1 a.m. Saturday morning took the life of Bradley Tchiebe, 32, of Columbiaville, Mich. Texas DPS reports said the collision occurred when a 1997 Saturn,... + continue reading
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Christian Dorbandt
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by Alexandria Randolph An iconic figure of Burnet County history will be honored Saturday, Oct. 25, for his service in the Texas Rangers of old, only a few days from the 104th anniversary of his death. Christian Dorbandt, born Dec. 12, 1818 and deceased Oct. 28, 1910, will be recognized in a... + continue reading

Bobby Earl McGraw
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by Alexandria Randolph A methamphetamine stash worth about $250,000 was recovered and a Burnet man was arrested Friday, Oct. 17 in what authorities called a significant drug bust. Burnet County Sheriff's Deputies arrested Bobby Earl McGraw, 41, at his residence on Friday on charges of... + continue reading
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By Wayne Craig   The varsity Burnet football team had to quite literally sweat out a 38-28 victory over the China Spring Courgars last Friday on the road. After jumping to a 28-7 first half lead some may have thought the Bulldogs would coast to victory. That was far from... + continue reading
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By Wayne Craig   The varsity Burnet football team had to quite literally sweat out a 38-28 victory over the China Spring Courgars last Friday on the road. After jumping to a 28-7... + continue reading

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Bertram’s National Night Out celebration was observed last week at the Bertram Elementary Pavilion. A bubble pool was the most popular activity, however all the free food and snow... + continue reading

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by Ed Sterling An Oct. 9 ruling by U.S. District Judge Nelva Gonzalez Ramos of Corpus Christi prevents the state from enforcing the voter identification law passed by the Texas Legislature... + continue reading