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Burnet Police Chief Paul Nelson, left, receives the Thomas C. Ferguson Outstanding Citizen of the Year from Wade Langley at the Chamber of Commerce banquet on Feb. 8.

Wednesday, February 12, 2020
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      By Lew K. Cohn Managing Editor A packed room cheered heartily when Burnet Police Chief Paul Nelson was named the Thomas C. Ferguson Outstanding Citizen of the Year at the annual Chamber of Commerce banquet Saturday, Feb. 8, but the biggest ovation of the night came... + continue reading

Savanna Gregg/Burnet Bulletin
Burnet City Council members continue discussion regarding the preservation of protected trees, including heritage and monarch trees such as the ones residing along Burnet's Hamilton Creek riverwalk, considering regulations for developers removing native plants from build sites.

Wednesday, January 29, 2020
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        By Savanna Gregg Staff Writer Burnet Bulletin Historic trees have been the topic of much discussion for Burnet City Council members as they mull over tree removal regulations regarding developments throughout the city. The topic has come up... + continue reading

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Dorothy James is presented the Outstanding Volunteer of the Year Award by Chamber Director Damon Beierle at the 64th Annual Burnet Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet held last year at the Burnet Community Center. In honor of her 13 years as Bluebonnet Chair, the award will be renamed the Dorothy James Volunteer of the Year Award for future banquets.

Wednesday, January 29, 2020
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          Special to the Bulletin The nominations are in and the votes have been counted. Who will win at the 65th annual Burnet Chamber of Commerce Banquet and Awards Presentation, set for Saturday, Feb. 8, at the Burnet Community Center? On this night... + continue reading

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Wayne Craig of Clear Memories won first place in Sports Photo at the TPA Better Newspaper Contest for a collection of amazing images, including this 2018 shot of Ryan Jackson high-stepping into the end zone against Manor.

Thursday, January 23, 2020
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        By Lew K. Cohn Managing Editor Burnet Bulletin The Burnet Bulletin was recognized as one of the top newspapers in the state of Texas during the 140th annual Texas Press Association Convention & Trade Show held Jan. 16-18 at Moody Gardens Hotel,... + continue reading
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
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By Savanna Gregg Staff Writer Burnet Bulletin Burnet CISD trustees were given a report on a possible May bond election at their meeting held Monday, Jan. 20 at the BCISD Central Office. The main concern among administration is the growing student population, specifically at Bertram... + continue reading

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08/14/2019
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
07/17/2019
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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Lew K. Cohn/Burnet Bulletin
Burnet Police Chief Paul Nelson, left, receives the Thomas C. Ferguson Outstanding Citizen of the Year from Wade Langley at the Chamber of Commerce banquet on Feb. 8.

02/12/2020
      By Lew K. Cohn Managing Editor A packed room cheered heartily when Burnet Police Chief Paul Nelson was named the Thomas C. Ferguson Outstanding Citizen of the Year at the annual Chamber of Commerce banquet Saturday, Feb. 8, but the biggest ovation of the night came... + continue reading

Savanna Gregg/Burnet Bulletin
Burnet City Council members continue discussion regarding the preservation of protected trees, including heritage and monarch trees such as the ones residing along Burnet's Hamilton Creek riverwalk, considering regulations for developers removing native plants from build sites.

01/29/2020
        By Savanna Gregg Staff Writer Burnet Bulletin Historic trees have been the topic of much discussion for Burnet City Council members as they mull over tree removal regulations regarding developments throughout the city. The topic has come up... + continue reading

File Photo
Dorothy James is presented the Outstanding Volunteer of the Year Award by Chamber Director Damon Beierle at the 64th Annual Burnet Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet held last year at the Burnet Community Center. In honor of her 13 years as Bluebonnet Chair, the award will be renamed the Dorothy James Volunteer of the Year Award for future banquets.

01/29/2020
          Special to the Bulletin The nominations are in and the votes have been counted. Who will win at the 65th annual Burnet Chamber of Commerce Banquet and Awards Presentation, set for Saturday, Feb. 8, at the Burnet Community Center? On this night... + continue reading

Sports

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

Wayne Craig/Clear Memories

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Wayne Craig/Clear Memories
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.

06/03/19 -

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Savanna Gregg/Burnet Bulletin
Members of the American Cutting Horse Association and their affiliate, the Australian Cutting Horse Group, spent months out on Burnet resident Mike Crumpler's ranch preparing for the World Finals held earlier this month. From left: Ashley Knight, Goomeri, Australia; Mark Watt, Director ACHG, New South Wales; Lilian Macrae, Dorrigo, Australia; Hannah Venne, Bertram; Mike Crumpler, ACHA member, Burnet.

12/23/2019
          By Savanna Gregg Staff Writer Burnet Bulletin After extensive sessions with local horse trainer Mike Crumpler, members of the American... + continue reading

Savanna Gregg/Burnet Bulletin
Encouraging new and returning artists to express their creativity, the Buchanan Arts and Crafts Gallery hosts various painting classes at their location along State Highway 29 in Buchanan Dam, including oil painting, watercolor, and an open painting class every Wednesday.

11/12/19 -

Savanna Gregg/Burnet Bulletin
Hullum's Barber Shop owner Tom Hullum celebrates 70 years as a barber in Burnet, and continues to put smiles on the faces of everyone who walks through his door. A pillar in the community for decades, Hullum's Barber Shop has served as a meeting place for townsfolk looking for a haircut or just to catch up on the latest gossip around town. Hullum also recently celebrated 70 years of marriage with his wife Berniece, and will turn 90 next month.

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Nathan Hendrix/Burnet Bulletin
Burnet County resident Ray Bronk has several photographs from his time as a fighter pilot in the U.S. Air Force from 1952 to 1972.

14/11/19 -

Commentary

12/11/2019
The Christmas holiday season brings back a plethora of memories from my childhood as I’m sure it does for many of you.  Those memories somehow help to soothe the hectic pace that is our modern-... + continue reading

Savanna Gregg/Burnet Bulletin
Longhorn Cavern is located an 645.2 acres of land dedicated as a state park in 1932. Humans have sheltered in the caves since prehistoric times and legend has it the cavern serves as a hiding place for the treasure of infamous outlaw Sam Bass.

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