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CHRISTI BERTELSON/BURNET BULLETIN   Trace and Liz Catlin bought Tea-Licious in May of 2013 from Sam and Vicki McCloud and had hopes of making the restaurant into something they had always envisioned and the Burnet residents and people passing through would like. Now two years later... + continue reading
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Labor Day Weekend marks the 38th Annual Oatmeal Festival with exciting changes announced by the new “Bowl” of Directors. The event begins at the Oatmeal Community Center Friday, Sept. 4, and spills on to Bertram's main Vaughan Street on Saturday, Sept. 5. Activities in Oatmeal, the community... + continue reading
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ALEXANDIRA RANDOLPH/BURNET BULLETIN   A Burnet man and woman both pled guilty to a sentence of 30 years apiece in an aggravated assault trial after a woman was found dead in their home on North Pierce Street in January 2014. A third person involved in the same case awaits a jury trial... + continue reading
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ALEXANDRIA RANDOLPH/BURNET BULLETIN Burnet County Judge James Oakley said his plan for savings in this year's budget may result in future county office construction. In a meeting Tuesday, Aug. 25, the Burnet County Commissioners' Court approved a new budget and tax rate, and voted unanimously... + continue reading
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ALEXANDRIA RANDOLPH/BURNET BULLETIN The Central Texas Groundwater Conservation District (CTGCD) met Friday, Aug. 21, and discussed the possibility of reducing the entity's property tax rate, while maintaining a higher budgeted income compared to that of last year, board members said. CTGCD... + continue reading

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CHRISTI BERTELSON/BURNET BULLETIN   Trace and Liz Catlin bought Tea-Licious in May of 2013 from Sam and Vicki McCloud and had hopes of making the restaurant into something they had always envisioned and the Burnet residents and people passing through would like. Now two years later... + continue reading
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Labor Day Weekend marks the 38th Annual Oatmeal Festival with exciting changes announced by the new “Bowl” of Directors. The event begins at the Oatmeal Community Center Friday, Sept. 4, and spills on to Bertram's main Vaughan Street on Saturday, Sept. 5. Activities in Oatmeal, the community... + continue reading
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ALEXANDIRA RANDOLPH/BURNET BULLETIN   A Burnet man and woman both pled guilty to a sentence of 30 years apiece in an aggravated assault trial after a woman was found dead in their home on North Pierce Street in January 2014. A third person involved in the same case awaits a jury trial... + 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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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