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Mercedes McCloughan of All State Insurance addresses a March 22 workshop for Marble Falls residents to learn more about proposed changes in local Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs). A free open house will be held 2-7 p.m. Tuesday, April 24, at the Marble Falls Lakeside Pavilion, 307 Buena Vista Drive, open to everyone in the Burnet-Williamson County area to learn about changes in heir maps.

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            By Glynis Crawford Smith Burnet Bulletin The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is updating Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) for this area and that can mean a lot to to bottom line of your insurance bill. To help... + continue reading
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A Kingsland man has been sentenced to 27 years in prison for Indecency with a Child. On April 12, Robert Corporon was found guilty of two counts of Indecency with a Child. His punishment was assessed at 12 years on one count, and 15 years on the other. After presiding over the trial and... + continue reading

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Bluebonnets cluster around train rails as the Mighty Thomas Carnival is assembled beyond at the corner of Boundary and League Streets in Burnet.  The carnival is just one attraction in the four-day Burnet Bluebonnet Festival. Some celebrants will arrive by the Austin Steam Train Association's Bluebonnet Festival Flyer (www.austinsteamtrain.org).

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          The Texas state flower is putting on its show and all roads (and railroads) lead to Burnet this weekend for the 2018 Bluebonnet Festival. Thursday-Sunday, April 13-15, marks Burnet's 35th annual celebration of that carpet of blue. It all... + continue reading
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By Savanna Gregg Burnet Bulletin The most anticipated event in Burnet is right around the corner, and, as if their weren't enough to celebrate, it will be hitting a milestone. The Bluebonnet Festival will be turning the big 3-5. The 35th annual Bluebonnet Festival is set to take place... + continue reading
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By Lew K. Cohn Managing Editor The Highlander Burnet County commissioners could be excused for believing County Auditor Karen Hardin has a crystal ball which helps her accurately predict the county's fiscal needs. Hardin told the Commissioners Court at their March 27 meeting that county... + continue reading

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Bluebonnets cluster around train rails as the Mighty Thomas Carnival is assembled beyond at the corner of Boundary and League Streets in Burnet.  The carnival is just one attraction in the four-day Burnet Bluebonnet Festival. Some celebrants will arrive by the Austin Steam Train Association's Bluebonnet Festival Flyer (www.austinsteamtrain.org).

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04/09/2018
By Richard Zowie Burnet Bulletin The Llano County Sheriff's Office said it could take months to get answers on skeletal remains found April 1 on a large ranch in the western section of the county. Sheriff Bill Blackburn of Llano County said a family member of the ranch owner... + continue reading
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BCISD is now accepting requests for out of district and intra-district transfers. The window for transfer requests is open from Mon., April 2 to Mon., April 30. To find the application form, visit www.burnetcisd.net. Any questions may be directed to Sharon Schwartz at sschwartz@burnetcisd.net + continue reading

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Glynis Crawford Smith/Burnet Bulletin

Mercedes McCloughan of All State Insurance addresses a March 22 workshop for Marble Falls residents to learn more about proposed changes in local Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs). A free open house will be held 2-7 p.m. Tuesday, April 24, at the Marble Falls Lakeside Pavilion, 307 Buena Vista Drive, open to everyone in the Burnet-Williamson County area to learn about changes in heir maps.

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            By Glynis Crawford Smith Burnet Bulletin The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is updating Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) for this area and that can mean a lot to to bottom line of your insurance bill. To help... + continue reading
04/18/2018 - 0 comment(s)
A Kingsland man has been sentenced to 27 years in prison for Indecency with a Child. On April 12, Robert Corporon was found guilty of two counts of Indecency with a Child. His punishment was assessed at 12 years on one count, and 15 years on the other. After presiding over the trial and... + continue reading

Photo by Savanna Gregg/Burnet Bulletin

Bluebonnets cluster around train rails as the Mighty Thomas Carnival is assembled beyond at the corner of Boundary and League Streets in Burnet.  The carnival is just one attraction in the four-day Burnet Bluebonnet Festival. Some celebrants will arrive by the Austin Steam Train Association's Bluebonnet Festival Flyer (www.austinsteamtrain.org).

04/11/2018 - 0 comment(s)
          The Texas state flower is putting on its show and all roads (and railroads) lead to Burnet this weekend for the 2018 Bluebonnet Festival. Thursday-Sunday, April 13-15, marks Burnet's 35th annual celebration of that carpet of blue. It all... + 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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Burnet Police Chief Paul Nelson reads “The Butter Battle Book” to Ms. Clark and Lastly's Kindergarten classes at Shady Grove Elementary on Fri., March 9. Nelson was one of many community members who volunteered to celebrate Dr. Seuss Week at Shady Grove Elementary from March 5 to March 9. “The Butter Battle Book” teaches readers that though some people are different from others, there is no reason everyone can't get along.

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Savanna Gregg Burnet Bulletin “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go!” Dr. Seuss' words of wisdom can be recognized from a... + continue reading

Texas Crossing's EP, 'It's All Over,'releases March 9.

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Mike Crumpler and his wife, Janie, display the trophy Mike received upon induction into the American Cutting Horse Association Hall of Fame in Dec. 2017.

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Ever so careful of their manners, students taking part in the 'Manners Matter Spaghetti Etiquette Meal' are, from left, Zoe Ward, 9, Nyla Brown, 11, Taylor Taliaferro, 8, and Brailyn Halleck, 8. They all keep their elbows off the table, chew with their mouth closed, and dab their mouths with a napkin if they make a mess. (See more photos from the event on the Facebook page of the Burnet Bulletin.)

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The Goble family attends the Bertram Centennial celebration in 1957. Among the children is Crista Goble Bromley. Today she is the mayor of Burnet whick will hold its annual Bluebonnet Festival next month.

03/16/2018 - 0 comment(s)
        Special to Burnet Bulletin Burnet Mayor Crista Goble Bromley One of my fondest memories is attending the Bertram Centennial as a little girl. The train... + continue reading