Contribute/Craig Weaver This photo taken by a member of the Hill Country Paranormal Investigations team appears to show a uniformed, partially translucent figure in the window of the Old Llano County Red Top Jail. If you look carefully, you can make out a face in the center of the bottom right window pane.
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by Alexandria Randolph When it comes to spooky sites and eerie edifices, the Highland Lakes has its fair share of fun places to visit on Halloween weekend. One of the most notable is Grand Central Café in Kingsland, recognizable for its part in the film, “Texas Chainsaw Massacre.... + continue reading

Three Marble Falls Elementary school administrators were no worse for wear after being hosed off. (L-R) Renetta McCall, counselor, Jennifer Lockner, assistant principal, and Michael Haley, principal.
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula “It’s not every day you get to douse your principal in ice cream toppings,” a MFES student said after the madness was over Thursday and the three Marble Falls Elementary School administrators were being hosed off on the playground. “They’ll... + continue reading

Pre-kindergartners at Highland Lakes Elementary (from left) Mariah Murley, Cole Wheeler and Annika Parker are awed Wednesday, Oct. 29, when an Air Evac Lifeteam helicopter landed near campus. Their teacher, Kim Smythe, said the timing was perfect because her students have been learning about community helpers.
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula Every MFISD campus participated in Red Ribbon Week, an anti-drug campaign run by the nonprofit National Family Partnership since 1985. Highland Lakes Elementary students saw a Parade of Safety vehicles Wednesday morning, welcoming Granite Shoals police, fire department... + continue reading

The group of eight students who earn the right to perform as members of the TMEA All-Region Choir includes (in front) Kyle Hanshaw and Ben Anderson and (in back, from left) Shelby Miller, Taylor Wright, McKayla Campbell, Emily Moomaw, Alicia Marchand and Allie Packer.
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula Eight Marble Falls Middle School Choir students won recognition for their talents by being named to the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) All-Region Choir following tryouts this past weekend. In all there were 21 MFMS singers who made the trip on Saturday, Oct.... + continue reading

Alexandria Randolph/The Highlander Marble Falls Fire Rescue, Marble Falls Police and Burnet County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the scene of a dump truck versus sedan collision at the intersection of US 281 and TX 71 on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 29.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
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by Alexandria Randolph Marble Falls Firefighters and police said a young man was ‘lucky’ to have been uninjured in a two-vehicle collision at the US 281, TX 71 intersection Wednesday afternoon. Marble Falls Firefighters and Police responded to the highway intersection Wednesday, Oct.... + continue reading

Contribute/Craig Weaver This photo taken by a member of the Hill Country Paranormal Investigations team appears to show a uniformed, partially translucent figure in the window of the Old Llano County Red Top Jail. If you look carefully, you can make out a face in the center of the bottom right window pane.

Three Marble Falls Elementary school administrators were no worse for wear after being hosed off. (L-R) Renetta McCall, counselor, Jennifer Lockner, assistant principal, and Michael Haley, principal.

Pre-kindergartners at Highland Lakes Elementary (from left) Mariah Murley, Cole Wheeler and Annika Parker are awed Wednesday, Oct. 29, when an Air Evac Lifeteam helicopter landed near campus. Their teacher, Kim Smythe, said the timing was perfect because her students have been learning about community helpers.

The group of eight students who earn the right to perform as members of the TMEA All-Region Choir includes (in front) Kyle Hanshaw and Ben Anderson and (in back, from left) Shelby Miller, Taylor Wright, McKayla Campbell, Emily Moomaw, Alicia Marchand and Allie Packer.

Alexandria Randolph/The Highlander Marble Falls Fire Rescue, Marble Falls Police and Burnet County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the scene of a dump truck versus sedan collision at the intersection of US 281 and TX 71 on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 29.

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10/30/2014
By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula The Llano Uplift Archaeology Society is continuing its tradition of hosting a free, educational archaeological fair at the Nightengale Archaeological Center in Kingsland, Saturday, Nov. 1, from 1-5 p.m. “We had a bunch of people come out last year, and everyone... + continue reading
10/27/2014
by Alexandria Randolph With the second week of early voting just begun, county elections officials are reporting low percentages of voters turning out at the polls to cast their ballots. Burnet County Elections Administrator Barbara Agnew cited voting totals lower than those that were reported... + continue reading

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Contribute/Craig Weaver This photo taken by a member of the Hill Country Paranormal Investigations team appears to show a uniformed, partially translucent figure in the window of the Old Llano County Red Top Jail. If you look carefully, you can make out a face in the center of the bottom right window pane.
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by Alexandria Randolph When it comes to spooky sites and eerie edifices, the Highland Lakes has its fair share of fun places to visit on Halloween weekend. One of the most notable is Grand Central Café in Kingsland, recognizable for its part in the film, “Texas Chainsaw Massacre.... + continue reading

Three Marble Falls Elementary school administrators were no worse for wear after being hosed off. (L-R) Renetta McCall, counselor, Jennifer Lockner, assistant principal, and Michael Haley, principal.
10/30/2014 - 0 comment(s)
By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula “It’s not every day you get to douse your principal in ice cream toppings,” a MFES student said after the madness was over Thursday and the three Marble Falls Elementary School administrators were being hosed off on the playground. “They’ll... + continue reading

Pre-kindergartners at Highland Lakes Elementary (from left) Mariah Murley, Cole Wheeler and Annika Parker are awed Wednesday, Oct. 29, when an Air Evac Lifeteam helicopter landed near campus. Their teacher, Kim Smythe, said the timing was perfect because her students have been learning about community helpers.
10/30/2014 - 0 comment(s)
By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula Every MFISD campus participated in Red Ribbon Week, an anti-drug campaign run by the nonprofit National Family Partnership since 1985. Highland Lakes Elementary students saw a Parade of Safety vehicles Wednesday morning, welcoming Granite Shoals police, fire department... + continue reading
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Abbie Salmeron wears her crown as homecoming queen.
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Abbie Salmeron was named homecoming queen Friday night for Marble Falls High School. Salmeron is a senior and member of the Starlettes. + continue reading

Mark Goodson/staff Chris Carter dislodges the football from Leander's Ray Gibson.
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Mark Goodson/staff Georgetown played some physical football and hande Marble Falls a 62-35 loss Friday night.
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Marble Falls defense held the Dripping Springs Tigers to 58 yards rushing Friday.
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Contributed Pokey Park, a returning sculptor in the Sculpture on Main competition, will be entering this artwork for judging.
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by Alexandria Randolph Within a few days, new sculptures will be converging on Main Street for Marble Falls Annual “Sculpture on Main” competition. Sculptures will be installed... + continue reading

Karen Perry, far left, from Houston and Joyce Simpson, far right, from Dallas, look at buttons with Freda Knight, middle, and Cynthia Boatman, who are both members of the Ft. Worth Button Club.
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MFHS theater students Corey Bogue, Katie Mintz and Robynne Sisco-Martinez manage to play roles much older than their years.
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By Ed Sterling. AUSTIN — Tensions continued last week, concerning the tens of thousands of Central Americans — primarily unaccompanied minors and women with small children... + continue reading