Thursday, August 22, 2019
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From staff reports Just a little more than a year after Burnet County authorities raided a Bertram area boys home, a grand jury has indicted the owners of the facility for human trafficking. According to a press release issued Monday, Aug. 19, a Burnet County grand jury on Aug. 6 handed up... + continue reading
Thursday, August 22, 2019
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Part of my history of which I am most proud is the fact that I come from a long line of writers. I have always had a passion for putting my thoughts into words and creating stories for public knowledge or entertainment, and almost every time I have a conversation with my Papa, I discover a new... + continue reading

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Menard County Historical Commission President Terrell Kelley accepts a pewter chalice from members of the Burnet County Heritage Society at a meeting Tuesday, Aug. 13. The chalice was used at Mission San Saba in Menard, which stood from 1757 to 1758, when it was attacked by multiple tribes of Native Americans.

Thursday, August 22, 2019
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        By Savanna Gregg Staff Writer Burnet Bulletin It might not be the mythical 'Holy Grail,' but one special artifact has found its way home to its rightful owners with help from the Burnet County Heritage Society. The Heritage Society returned a... + continue reading

Burnet County Judge James Oakley/Special to The Bulletin
Burnet Chamber of Commerce hosted a Coffee with the Congressman event Wednesday, Aug. 21, featuring US Rep. Roger Williams (Dist. 25) at Unshakeable Grounds coffee shop in downtown Burnet.

Wednesday, August 21, 2019
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      From staff reports US Congressman Roger Williams (Dist. 25) spoke about national issues to a local crowd of about 30 people in Burnet for the latest Coffee with the Congressman event. His appearance the morning of Wednesday, Aug. 21 at Unshakeable Grounds in... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 14, 2019
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By Lew K. Cohn Managing Editor Burnet Bulletin Bars and nightclubs in the unincorporated areas of Burnet County now can remain open until 2 a.m. each night after Burnet County commissioners voted 3-2 on Aug. 13 to approve an ordinance granting extended hours for the sale of mixed beverages... + 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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08/22/2019
From staff reports Just a little more than a year after Burnet County authorities raided a Bertram area boys home, a grand jury has indicted the owners of the facility for human trafficking. According to a press release issued Monday, Aug. 19, a Burnet County grand jury on Aug. 6 handed up... + continue reading
08/22/2019
Part of my history of which I am most proud is the fact that I come from a long line of writers. I have always had a passion for putting my thoughts into words and creating stories for public knowledge or entertainment, and almost every time I have a conversation with my Papa, I discover a new... + continue reading

Savanna Gregg/Burnet Bulletin
Menard County Historical Commission President Terrell Kelley accepts a pewter chalice from members of the Burnet County Heritage Society at a meeting Tuesday, Aug. 13. The chalice was used at Mission San Saba in Menard, which stood from 1757 to 1758, when it was attacked by multiple tribes of Native Americans.

08/22/2019
        By Savanna Gregg Staff Writer Burnet Bulletin It might not be the mythical 'Holy Grail,' but one special artifact has found its way home to its rightful owners with help from the Burnet County Heritage Society. The Heritage Society returned a... + 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

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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.

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Features

08/07/2019
By Savanna Gregg Staff Writer Burnet Bulletin With safety for its students always a top priority, the Burnet Consolidated Independent School District plans to implement a system which will... + continue reading

Savanna Gregg/Burnet Bulletin
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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08/22/2019
Part of my history of which I am most proud is the fact that I come from a long line of writers. I have always had a passion for putting my thoughts into words and creating stories for public... + 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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