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By James Walker   Construction is expected to begin early next year on a project that will transform the historic Badger building on Burnet’s courthouse square into a winery that city officials hope will spur an economic revitalization of the downtown area... + continue reading
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By James Walker   Central Texans’ primary drinking water supply will be significantly better protected by a new plan for managing the water in the Highland Lakes, stakeholders from the Colorado River’s upper basin said after what many termed a historic vote this... + continue reading
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The “Map Your Way to Burnet 1st Annual Plein Air Competition” was held this past weekend on the Burnet Historic Square with a total of 13 artists competing in the event and four were named winners at the event’s conclusion.   To view more please log in or... + continue reading
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By Wayne Craig   On Thursday, Sept. 18 the BHS cross country teams participated in the Bill Bradley Invitational in Gatesville. The varsity girl’s team won the overall championship in the 1A-4A division. The team scored 27 points and a perfect score is 15 so they... + continue reading
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By Wayne Craig   The winless Waco University Trojans rolled into town Friday night to take on the Bulldogs for what was homecoming night in Burnet. The packed home stands were a sight to see from ground level. Before the game started there was some king and queen... + continue reading

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By James Walker   Burnet County Commissioners’ Court members took two contentious votes Tuesday, Sept. 23, and, as is often the case, the county’s jail was at the center of the discussions. Commissioners voted 4-1 to approve the payment of $285,000 for a jail... + continue reading
09/17/2014
By James Walker   The Burnet County Commissioners Court Tuesday adopted a Fiscal Year 2015 budget of slightly more than $30 million.  The FY 2015 budget is a significant increase over the FY 2014 of approximately $24 million. Commissioners and County Judge Donna... + continue reading

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By James Walker   Construction is expected to begin early next year on a project that will transform the historic Badger building on Burnet’s courthouse square into a winery that city officials hope will spur an economic revitalization of the downtown area... + continue reading
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By James Walker   Central Texans’ primary drinking water supply will be significantly better protected by a new plan for managing the water in the Highland Lakes, stakeholders from the Colorado River’s upper basin said after what many termed a historic vote this... + continue reading
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The “Map Your Way to Burnet 1st Annual Plein Air Competition” was held this past weekend on the Burnet Historic Square with a total of 13 artists competing in the event and four were named winners at the event’s conclusion.   To view more please log in or... + continue reading
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By Wayne Craig   The winless Waco University Trojans rolled into town Friday night to take on the Bulldogs for what was homecoming night in Burnet. The packed home stands... + continue reading

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Mr. and Mrs. David Clendennen of Marble Falls are pleased to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Stephanie Lynn Clendennen, to James Jeffrey Douglas, son of Mr... + continue reading

The Oatmeal Festival’s Mrs. Groaty Oats competition featured a bevy of “beauties” in fierce rivalry for the cherished prize. Front and center is winner Jay (aka Jaylene) Everett. In the back row are Chad Collier, Royce Arhlett, Bobby Crawford, Evan Milliorn and Clint Collier.
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Dear Editor: I am writing in support of the upcoming school bond that will be on the ballot on Nov. 4, 2014. I had the pleasure of serving this past spring on the Community Advisory... + continue reading