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By Wayne Craig Bulletin Sports All District selections for 19-4A baseball and softball are still not available to be released due to lengthy playoff runs by several teams in our district. As of last week Liberty Hill and Salado were both still active with upcoming Regional Quarterfinal games.... + continue reading

Burnet Valedictorian Reagan Giesenschlag accepts the Highest Ranking Graduate Scholarship from BHS Principal Casey Burkhart during last Thursday night's Scholarship Awards program. The scholarship provides Giesenschlag with a tuition waver at any college in the state of Texas for her freshman year. Once again the Hill Country Community Foundation and The Greater Burnet Community Scholarship Awards night was a huge success. Between the HCCF and community scholarships more than 160 BHS graduates received over $500,000 to continue their education. 

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Burnet freshman Chandler Galban views an open target and sends the ball on its way during varsity 7 on 7 action in Burnet last Monday. Galban did a nice job running the offense for the Bulldogs who finished 2-1 on the evening.

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By Wayne Craig Bulletin Sports Burnet’s varsity 7 on 7 football team is busy with both league play games in Burnet on Monday evenings as well as state qualifying tournaments on the weekends. The games are a big boost for Burnet’s skill position guys to get their football legs back under them... + continue reading
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Parents seeking to help their children avoid the “summer slide,” can begin picking up registrations packets for the Texas Reading Program at the Herman Brown Free Library beginning on Wednesday, May 24. This year’s theme is “Build a Better World” and will explore diversity, construction,... + continue reading
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By Amy Prayer Burnet Bulletin There are 2.2 million people in the United States who have some type of disability, causing them to be confined to a wheelchair. These people face a life of daily frustrations, wanting to be active in their community, but are limited due to inaccessibility and rising... + continue reading

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12/28/2016
A new, centralized driver license office for Burnet County will mean that the current office at 1701 East Polk Street in Burnet will be closing early in the new year. “The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is consolidating the Marble Falls and Burnet Driver License (DL) offices into a single... + continue reading
04/05/2016
Bluebonnet Festival is fast approaching, and the Burnet Chamber of Commerce would like to notify citizens and visitors of side street closures during the festival. “The city will be putting up barricades and closing off the square the evening of Thursday, April 7,” chamber officials said in a... + continue reading

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By Wayne Craig Bulletin Sports All District selections for 19-4A baseball and softball are still not available to be released due to lengthy playoff runs by several teams in our district. As of last week Liberty Hill and Salado were both still active with upcoming Regional Quarterfinal games.... + continue reading

Burnet Valedictorian Reagan Giesenschlag accepts the Highest Ranking Graduate Scholarship from BHS Principal Casey Burkhart during last Thursday night's Scholarship Awards program. The scholarship provides Giesenschlag with a tuition waver at any college in the state of Texas for her freshman year. Once again the Hill Country Community Foundation and The Greater Burnet Community Scholarship Awards night was a huge success. Between the HCCF and community scholarships more than 160 BHS graduates received over $500,000 to continue their education. 

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Burnet freshman Chandler Galban views an open target and sends the ball on its way during varsity 7 on 7 action in Burnet last Monday. Galban did a nice job running the offense for the Bulldogs who finished 2-1 on the evening.

05/24/2017 - 0 comment(s)
By Wayne Craig Bulletin Sports Burnet’s varsity 7 on 7 football team is busy with both league play games in Burnet on Monday evenings as well as state qualifying tournaments on the weekends. The games are a big boost for Burnet’s skill position guys to get their football legs back under them... + continue reading

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05/24/2017 - 0 comment(s)
By Wayne Craig Bulletin Sports All District selections for 19-4A baseball and softball are still not available to be released due to lengthy playoff runs by several teams in our district. As of... + continue reading

Burnet freshman Chandler Galban views an open target and sends the ball on its way during varsity 7 on 7 action in Burnet last Monday. Galban did a nice job running the offense for the Bulldogs who finished 2-1 on the evening.

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Bertram native Nick Payne holds on tight as his drawn bull comes busting out of the gate at Saturday night’s rodeo in Burnet. The annual event was moved up this year and the field of cowboys and cowgirls was large in numbers. Hundreds of rodeo fans showed up each night to cheer on their favorites while enjoying some heart pounding performances.

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Randy Longoria, park supervisor and employee with the City of Burnet for the past 12 years, operates a tractor to help clean out brush and trees during the Steps Forward event held Friday, March 31, at the YMCA of the Highland Lakes.

 

04/05/2017 - 0 comment(s)
By Amy Prayer Burnet Bulletin The Lower Colorado River Authority was out in force in Burnet last week for LCRA Steps Forward Day on Friday, March 31. LCRA Steps Forward is an employee volunteer... + continue reading

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Facebook is a wonderful tool for people to use, but like any tool, it should be used with great care. The social media site is useful for helping people keep in contact with friends scattered... + continue reading