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By Alexandria Randolph   Multiple Hill Country counties are involved in a manhunt after a convicted felon allegedly drove a car into a home in Llano County, stole another vehicle and assaulted two elderly Llano residents between Thursday night, Sept. 25, and Friday morning,... + continue reading
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Tim Balch of Georgetown showed off this barbecue skills over the weekend, taking home the Overall Grand Champion award at the Burnet Cook-Off at the Burnet County Fairgrounds.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition + continue reading
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Burnet city workers Tursday (Sept. 25) demolished a dilapidated house at 408 Post Oak Street that officials said had become an eyesore and a site of illegal activity.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition + continue reading
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The Lady Bullpup volleyball teams hosted a tournament over the weekend that lasted all day on Saturday and featured some great games and competition. The eighth-grade B team girls dropped their very first match of the season after several missed serves against Llano in the opener, 25-13... + continue reading
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By Wayne Craig   The varsity Bulldog football team traveled to Taylor last Friday where the Ducks welcomed them as their homecoming visitor. Wrong choice, was the out-of-towner’s thoughts, but after a multitude of first-half follies there were some dubious faces. The... + continue reading

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by James Walker   Highland Lakes Newspapers Burnet County officials have reached an agreement with private bondholders (who technically own the county’s jail) and the public facilities corporation (PFC, which oversees it) to continue operations for another year... + 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

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The Lady Bullpup volleyball teams hosted a tournament over the weekend that lasted all day on Saturday and featured some great games and competition. The eighth-grade B team girls dropped their very first match of the season after several missed serves against Llano in the opener, 25-13... + continue reading
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Burnet city workers Tursday (Sept. 25) demolished a dilapidated house at 408 Post Oak Street that officials said had become an eyesore and a site of illegal activity.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition + continue reading
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Tim Balch of Georgetown showed off this barbecue skills over the weekend, taking home the Overall Grand Champion award at the Burnet Cook-Off at the Burnet County Fairgrounds.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition + continue reading
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By Wayne Craig   The varsity Bulldog football team traveled to Taylor last Friday where the Ducks welcomed them as their homecoming visitor. Wrong choice, was the out-of-towner... + continue reading

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‘Souper Supper’ to aid library   Come out to the Elementary Cafeteria this Friday, Oct. 3, for a “souper” feast benefitting the Joanne Cole Mitte... + continue reading

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A debate scheduled Sept. 29 pits Leticia Van de Putte (D-San Antonio) against Dan Patrick (R-Houston,) two state senators who are vying to succeed David Dewhurst as lieutenant governor in 2015.... + continue reading