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By James Walker   By Alexandria Randolph Highland Lakes Newspapers The District Attorney’s Office confirmed they will not seek the death penalty for a suspect of a double homicide indicted earlier this month.Garrett James Ballard, 21, was indicted Thursday, Nov. 6 by a... + continue reading
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By James Walker   More than 30 Burnet firefighters received training on how to combat a live structure fire last week, thanks to a deal reached by the city’s fire department and a private landowner. On Thursday, Nov. 20, the city’s firefighters first did... + continue reading
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By Wayne Craig   The Lady Bulldogs played in their third games of the season last Tuesday night in Wimberley. The Lady Texans are no slouch when it comes to girls basketball but Burnet did a great job controlling the pace and they brought home three wins.   To... + continue reading
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By Wayne Craig   Friday night the Burnet Bulldogs traveled to San Antonio and took the bull by the horns so to speak as they branded the King Brahmas with a blistering 56-27 victory. Local weather had rain falling by the buckets leading up to kickoff but clouds made a timely... + continue reading

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By James Walker   The Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) will seek permission from the state to curtail releases of interruptible stored water from the Highland Lakes for downstream rice farmers, but is doing so in a way that leaves those with lake interests with an... + continue reading
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By James Walker   Burnet Consolidated Independent School District (BCISD) board members have begun dealing with the nuts of bolts of implementing the projects voters approved in a $26.7 bond package earlier this month. At their regular monthly meeting Monday, Nov. 17, the... + continue reading

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By James Walker   By Alexandria Randolph Highland Lakes Newspapers The District Attorney’s Office confirmed they will not seek the death penalty for a suspect of a double homicide indicted earlier this month.Garrett James Ballard, 21, was indicted Thursday, Nov. 6 by a... + continue reading
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By James Walker   More than 30 Burnet firefighters received training on how to combat a live structure fire last week, thanks to a deal reached by the city’s fire department and a private landowner. On Thursday, Nov. 20, the city’s firefighters first did... + continue reading
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By Wayne Craig   The Lady Bulldogs played in their third games of the season last Tuesday night in Wimberley. The Lady Texans are no slouch when it comes to girls basketball but... + continue reading

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Bertram Thrift Store volunteers pose with some of their new Christmas decorations for sale. Connie Kaiser (third from right) is the store’s new manager, who wishes to announce that the shop... + continue reading

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by Ed Sterling   President Barack Obama on Nov. 20 announced his decision to take executive action on immigration because Congress has not acted on immigration reform to address the... + continue reading