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Thursday, January 29, 2015
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by Alexandria Randolph and James Walker A Meadowlakes man has been sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to two counts of theft of property and one count of burglary of a building. Jeffrey Dollar, 36, was sentenced to five years on the charge of Theft of Property Greater Than $20,000 and Less... + continue reading

Drum Café performers Alseny Sylla, left, and A.J. Flores lead students with African drums Wednesday, Jan. 28. Flores played a dun-dun while Sylla played a djembe.
Thursday, January 29, 2015
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula When the fifth-graders from all four Marble Falls Independent School District (MFISD) elementary campuses were handed their goatskin-clad djembe drums, no one had to tell them to start pummeling away: the Marble Falls Middle School gym immediately filled with music and... + continue reading

Horseshoe Bay Mayor Steve Jordan chatted with Father Eric Andrews, Paulist Fathers president, and Councilman Craig Haydon, Tuesday evening, Jan. 27.
Thursday, January 29, 2015
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula Members of St. Paul the Apostle Chapel in Horseshoe Bay welcomed the president of the Paulist Fathers, a Roman Catholic society of missionary priests, Tuesday evening, Jan. 27 at the Finn Family Life Center. Father Eric Andrews, C.S.P. spoke to members of the... + continue reading

Prices on crypts and niches at the Horseshoe Bay Mausoleum were raised by the Horseshoe Bay Property Owners' Association when it met Jan 21.
Thursday, January 29, 2015
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula Meeting on Wednesday morning, Jan. 21, the Horseshoe Bay Property Owners’ Association (HSB POA) discussed finances, named three candidates for two spots coming open on the seven-member board, elaborated on Horseshoe Bay Lighthouse restoration fund-raising efforts... + continue reading

Residents have already been using the boat ramp area. A Cottonwood Shores resident visits the dock near the ramp Tuesday, Jan. 27, to check his trotline.
Thursday, January 29, 2015
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula Perfect boating weather marked the opening of Cottonwood Shores’ public boat ramp, giving Highland Lakes boaters another place to launch their vessels along Lake Marble Falls. City leadership held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on a sunny Tuesday, Jan. 27, to celebrate... + continue reading

Dollar

Drum Café performers Alseny Sylla, left, and A.J. Flores lead students with African drums Wednesday, Jan. 28. Flores played a dun-dun while Sylla played a djembe.

Horseshoe Bay Mayor Steve Jordan chatted with Father Eric Andrews, Paulist Fathers president, and Councilman Craig Haydon, Tuesday evening, Jan. 27.

Prices on crypts and niches at the Horseshoe Bay Mausoleum were raised by the Horseshoe Bay Property Owners' Association when it met Jan 21.

Residents have already been using the boat ramp area. A Cottonwood Shores resident visits the dock near the ramp Tuesday, Jan. 27, to check his trotline.

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Dollar
01/29/2015 - 0 comment(s)
by Alexandria Randolph and James Walker A Meadowlakes man has been sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to two counts of theft of property and one count of burglary of a building. Jeffrey Dollar, 36, was sentenced to five years on the charge of Theft of Property Greater Than $20,000 and Less... + continue reading

Drum Café performers Alseny Sylla, left, and A.J. Flores lead students with African drums Wednesday, Jan. 28. Flores played a dun-dun while Sylla played a djembe.
01/29/2015 - 0 comment(s)
By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula When the fifth-graders from all four Marble Falls Independent School District (MFISD) elementary campuses were handed their goatskin-clad djembe drums, no one had to tell them to start pummeling away: the Marble Falls Middle School gym immediately filled with music and... + continue reading

Horseshoe Bay Mayor Steve Jordan chatted with Father Eric Andrews, Paulist Fathers president, and Councilman Craig Haydon, Tuesday evening, Jan. 27.
01/29/2015 - 0 comment(s)
By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula Members of St. Paul the Apostle Chapel in Horseshoe Bay welcomed the president of the Paulist Fathers, a Roman Catholic society of missionary priests, Tuesday evening, Jan. 27 at the Finn Family Life Center. Father Eric Andrews, C.S.P. spoke to members of the... + continue reading
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