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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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Six-year-old Jeffery Good, (top photo) with the help of Burnet fireman and paramedic Robert Resa turned plenty of heads as he experienced the feeling of being loaded onto a gurney and placed into a Burnet Fire Department EMS unit during the 2014 Burnet National Night Out event held Tuesday,... + continue reading
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By James Walker   When a Burnet County Jail inmate escaped after overpowering a corrections officer and taking his gun on Sunday, Oct. 12, it was a planned getaway, county commissioners and jail officials confirmed yesterday. Burnet County Sheriff W. T. Smith first... + continue reading

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By James Walker   Even though the Central Texas Water Coalition (CTWC) is widely acknowledged to have been instrumental in convincing the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) to take significant steps toward better management and protection of the water in the Highland... + continue reading
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A Burnet County Jail inmate was recaptured Saturday after he scuffled with a jail corrections officer and took the officer's gun while being treated at Cedar Park Regional Medical Center. The inmate, Murl Lamb, was being treated for a medical condition related to a fall at the jail. The man... + 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   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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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   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