Bill Neve and his Construction Trades class pose in front of their "tiny house" they have been working on this school year. Upon completion, the tiny house will go to Houston to help a family affected by the flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey.

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By Savanna Gregg Burnet Bulletin Burnet High School has made it a mission to “Craft the future” of its students, to prepare them for college, employment, and the real world. An impactful program recently implemented at BHS to continue this effort is the Ag Mechanics and Construction Trades... + continue reading

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The Heart of Texas Orchestra performs Dec. 3 at First Baptist Church-Marble Falls (FBC-MF). The full orchestra of musicians from all around the Highland Lakes have been performing their Christmas Concert at events in the area and will bring their music back to FBC-MF during performances of 'The Best Christmas Pageant Ever: The Musical' on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 15-16. A review of the pageant is included in this story and scenes from the production can be found on the Facebook page for the Burnet Bulletin.

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            By Glynis Crawford Smith Burnet Bulletin The Hill Country is alive with musicians from country western strummers to jazz and swing bands, but that also includes orchestral musicians looking to add more to their ranks. The Heart of... + continue reading
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The addition of several retail outlets in Marble Falls and an influx of shoppers has helped the county's largest city reach double-digit gains in sales tax revenues for the month of December, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced. Marble Falls continues to lead Burnet County in sales tax... + continue reading

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Catherine Collier runs for cover as her brother, Lucas, takes aim Saturday, Dec. 9.  Christmas on the Square in Burnet featured a Snow Day this year and kids took advantabe of the White stuff. Hundreds stood in line for hours to get their shot at throwing snowballs, making snow angels and taking holiday pictures in snow blown in for the occasion. Visit the Burnet Bulletin page on Facebook to see more scenes from the weekend.

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By Savanna Gregg Burnet Bulletin It's Christmas time in the city. This past weekend, the city of Burnet got a firsthand experience of the holiday season down on the Courthouse square. The event was a great success, the expressions on visitors' faces making this evident. “Christmas on the... + continue reading

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The newest member of the Burnet County Sheriff’s Department, David Walenta, left, receives congratulations from fellow officers during the Central Texas College Police Academy graduation ceremony.

Tuesday, December 12, 2017
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The Central Texas College (CTC) Police Academy held a graduation ceremony Saturday, Dec. 2, for 24 cadets completing the Basic Peace Officer course. All graduates passed the state licensing exam prior to graduation with an average score of 87 percent and are now eligible to become peace officers... + continue reading

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By Lew K. Cohn Managing Editor Burnet Bulletin Two positions on the March 6 Burnet County Republican Primary ballot will be contested, County Chairman Donna Holland Wilcox announced Monday after the candidate filing period ended. There was no word yet Tuesday morning on whether any... + continue reading
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By Lew K. Cohn Managing Editor Burnet Bulletin On the Republican side of the March 6 primary ballot, some of Texas' most powerful officeholders will find themselves with an opponent — and in some cases, several opponents. The potential exists that some other candidates could emerge. The... + continue reading

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Bill Neve and his Construction Trades class pose in front of their "tiny house" they have been working on this school year. Upon completion, the tiny house will go to Houston to help a family affected by the flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey.

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By Savanna Gregg Burnet Bulletin Burnet High School has made it a mission to “Craft the future” of its students, to prepare them for college, employment, and the real world. An impactful program recently implemented at BHS to continue this effort is the Ag Mechanics and Construction Trades... + continue reading

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The Heart of Texas Orchestra performs Dec. 3 at First Baptist Church-Marble Falls (FBC-MF). The full orchestra of musicians from all around the Highland Lakes have been performing their Christmas Concert at events in the area and will bring their music back to FBC-MF during performances of 'The Best Christmas Pageant Ever: The Musical' on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 15-16. A review of the pageant is included in this story and scenes from the production can be found on the Facebook page for the Burnet Bulletin.

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            By Glynis Crawford Smith Burnet Bulletin The Hill Country is alive with musicians from country western strummers to jazz and swing bands, but that also includes orchestral musicians looking to add more to their ranks. The Heart of... + continue reading
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The addition of several retail outlets in Marble Falls and an influx of shoppers has helped the county's largest city reach double-digit gains in sales tax revenues for the month of December, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced. Marble Falls continues to lead Burnet County in sales tax... + continue reading

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Burnet senior defensive back Tanner Abbott slides under a tipped ball for a Bulldog interception during Friday night’s district opener. The Bulldogs fell short to the visiting China Spring Cougars and will travel to Gatesville for game two of 13-4A play this Friday.

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        By Wayne Craig Bulletin Sports The score to last Friday’s district opener between Burnet and China Spring may appear to be a runaway at first sight, but... + continue reading

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Following his first powerlifting competition, just 16 months after suffering a fractured back, Jeremy Stewart shows off two first place medals he earned at the Annual Texas Police Games.

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Burnet varsity 7 on 7 defender, Kaleb Alexander, tags down a Marble Falls receiver during recent league play games in Burnet. The Bulldogs are currently participating in league games on Monday’s in June at Georgetown High School and have one shot left to qualify for state coming on June 23 in Brownwood.

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Burnet senior Lexey Parker takes a quick toss and tries to avoid having her flag pulled by juniors Savannah McHam and Marissa Escamilla. Parker did a nice job running the ball for the Seniors in their 26-13 victory over the Juniors last Wednesday.

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Bill Neve and his Construction Trades class pose in front of their "tiny house" they have been working on this school year. Upon completion, the tiny house will go to Houston to help a family affected by the flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey.

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By Savanna Gregg Burnet Bulletin Burnet High School has made it a mission to “Craft the future” of its students, to prepare them for college, employment, and the real world. An impactful... + continue reading

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Tommy Puryear, local rodeo champion, sits down for interviews after learning of induction into the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association.

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First State Bank of Burnet President Cary Johnson presents the Hill Country Community Foundation with a $165,000 check -- the proceeds from the most recent Suzanne Johnson Scholarship Endowment Fundraiser. Back row from left are David Bennett, Kyle Stripling, Danny Floyd, Phillip Thurman, Calvin Boyd, and TJ Reed. Front row are Earline Zimmerman, Ken Graham, Cary Johnson, Keith McBurnett and Sallye Long.

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by Bartee Haile This Week in Texas History Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar, second president of the Texas Republic, dropped dead of a heart attack at his Richmond home on Dec. 18, 1859. When he... + continue reading

Managing Editor Lew K. Cohn and his wife Betty enjoyeda catered VIP cocktail party and reception before the show, which included a special commemorative 30th anniversary gift and a photo with this likeness of the band.

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