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Knothole staff pose under the original Knothole sign, taken from the original store, which owner Sherry Bitzkie's family opened in Blanco in 1977. Front row, from left: Kris Smith, Office Manager; Sherry Bitzkie, Owner; Shirley Weirich, Floor Manager. Back row, from left: Gerald Hanus, Maintenance; Amy Stone, Cashier; Michelle Malant, Cashier.

Friday, October 18, 2019
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        Savanna Gregg Staff Writer Burnet Bulletin Since 2004, Burnet's shoppers have had the opportunity to stroll the aisles of the Knothole and discover treasures looking for new homes. Knothole staff and vendors will celebrate the store's 15th... + continue reading

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The HARTH Foundation, which focuses on Healing and Recovery Through Horses, is in need of more volunteers to act as side walkers and horse handlers, and those who are interested in the opportunity are asked to contact Julie Biggs at 512-525-7774 or julieb@harthtx.org for more information.

Wednesday, October 16, 2019
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        By Savanna Gregg Staff Writer Burnet Bulletin At the end of a winding county road in western Burnet County lies a relaxing atmosphere which individuals with special needs are welcome to visit to learn more about their emotions, motor skills, and... + continue reading

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Friday, October 11, 2019
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  Pictured are the winners of the Open Show category at last year's Burnet Art Festival, whose artwork was displayed in the gallery at Burnet Community Center. Left to right: First place winner, Jan Frazier with “Round Top Buddies”; fifth place winner, Judi Beauford with “Eternity”; third... + continue reading

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Friday, October 11, 2019
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  Fort Croghan volunteer Judy Lively listens to a record spinning on an antique Victrola, recently donated to the museum by the Fry family. Visitors to the Fort Croghan Grounds and Museum will be able to view the Victrola and many other artifacts and take a trip back in time during Fort... + continue reading

Country/Tejano artist Rick Trevino will kick off the 2019 Burnet Octoberfest concert series Friday, Oct. 11 at 7:30 p.m. Texas country artist Stoney LaRue will headline Saturday's live music at 8:30. The Octoberfest concerts will take place at the Burnet carnival grounds at East League and Vandeveer Streets near the Burnet Community Center.

Friday, October 11, 2019
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        Special to the Bulletin Burnet residents and visitors will be able to enjoy triple the fun and festivities this weekend as three annual events return to town. Octoberfest, the Burnet Art Festival, and Fort Croghan Day will give everyone something to... + continue reading

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BCISD Superintendent Keith McBurnett Special to the Bulletin • The Burnet Consolidated Independent School District Board of Trustees voted unanimously to call for a bond election on Nov. 5, 2019. The election is for one proposition totaling $33.1 million. The Board of Trustees will meet... + continue reading
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If you haven’t perused the City of Burnet website (cityofburnet.com) lately, you may be missing some valuable information.  Whether you are looking for upcoming events, pending ordinances, or just general information about the city, the City’s website is a good place to start.  ... + continue reading

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Savanna Gregg/Burnet Bulletin
Knothole staff pose under the original Knothole sign, taken from the original store, which owner Sherry Bitzkie's family opened in Blanco in 1977. Front row, from left: Kris Smith, Office Manager; Sherry Bitzkie, Owner; Shirley Weirich, Floor Manager. Back row, from left: Gerald Hanus, Maintenance; Amy Stone, Cashier; Michelle Malant, Cashier.

10/18/2019
        Savanna Gregg Staff Writer Burnet Bulletin Since 2004, Burnet's shoppers have had the opportunity to stroll the aisles of the Knothole and discover treasures looking for new homes. Knothole staff and vendors will celebrate the store's 15th... + continue reading

Savanna Gregg/Burnet Bulletin
The HARTH Foundation, which focuses on Healing and Recovery Through Horses, is in need of more volunteers to act as side walkers and horse handlers, and those who are interested in the opportunity are asked to contact Julie Biggs at 512-525-7774 or julieb@harthtx.org for more information.

10/16/2019
        By Savanna Gregg Staff Writer Burnet Bulletin At the end of a winding county road in western Burnet County lies a relaxing atmosphere which individuals with special needs are welcome to visit to learn more about their emotions, motor skills, and... + continue reading

Nena Hoover/Special to the Bulletin

10/11/2019
  Pictured are the winners of the Open Show category at last year's Burnet Art Festival, whose artwork was displayed in the gallery at Burnet Community Center. Left to right: First place winner, Jan Frazier with “Round Top Buddies”; fifth place winner, Judi Beauford with “Eternity”; third... + continue reading

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Wayne Craig/Special to the Bulletin
Burnet back, Jaxson Denton, makes a move on a defender while picking up a block on the outside by Devonte Miller. The Dawgs spent Saturday morning participating in an intersquad scrimmage at Bulldog Stadium. This Friday, Aug. 16, Burnet will travel to Burger Stadium for a scrimmage against Crockett.

08/14/2019
        By Wayne Craig Special to the Bulletin • While the temperatures are screaming it’s still summertime take a quick drive around the BHS Campus and you will... + continue reading

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Burnet varsity Lady Dawg soccer player Phebe Musasa elevates to an incredible height during a downfield sprint. If that weren't enough, Burnet's leaping Lady Dawg made a solid connection with the ball, sending it on the righ tpath from a difficult angle. The LIttle River Academy goalie made the stop but Musasa certainly wowed her spectators, and the Lady Dawgs went on to win the match 3-1.

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Jaymie Parks (left) and Bulletin staff writer Savanna Gregg are together again at the Burnet office.

09/11/2019
    Savanna Gregg Staff Writer Burnet Bulletin The Burnet Bulletin office recently welcomed back a beloved member, and great things are on the horizon for the Burnet Bulletin... + continue reading

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Hugh McCoy reads temperature data transmitted from a sensor located in his front yard every morning at 8 a.m. McCoy then records the data and submits it to the National Weather Service to continue a record that was started in 1849 when Fort Croghan was commissioned by the United States. McCoy lives on Hamilton Creek Drive, located on the old grounds of Fort Croghan, making his job as a cooperative observer even more significant.

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09/11/2019
It was a hot, sticky August morning that Adam and I made our way to Brady with my parents' camper in tow, on our way to the 46th Annual World Championship BBQ Goat Cookoff. The stretch of... + continue reading

Our Lab/Heeler mix, Maverick, enjoys an evening of snuggles after a long day of play. Gus, on the right, thinks nighttime is "run top-speed around the house because I slept all day" time. But, we love them both equally!

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