Emily Hilley-Sierzchula/The Highlander. Marta Stafford, gallery director, invited Lago Vista-area artist Gary Jack Thornton to participate in her “At the Easel” series of demonstrations, Saturday, March 21, at her Main Street gallery. Thornton brought his painting, “Spring Fever,” now for sale at the gallery.
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula He asks his wife to drive through Hill Country landscapes so he can look around, finding inspiration for his next painting. Traditional Western artist Gary Jack Thornton, of Lago Vista, visited Marta Stafford Fine Art Gallery on Marble Falls’ Main Street Saturday... + continue reading

Emily Hilley-Sierzchula/The Highlander Although riding motorcycles is a big part of the Bikes, Breakfast and Bullets (BBB) event, anyone is welcome, regardless of owning a bike.
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula The fourth annual Bikes, Breakfast and Bullets (BBB) event, which benefits the Christian Motorcyclists’ Association (CMA), is roaring into the region Saturday, March 28. The festivities start with a motorcycle ride from Kingsland to a café in Burnet for... + continue reading

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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula The Castlerock Market & Art Bazaar in Cottonwood Shores is set to open Saturday, March 28, with an eclectic array of vendors. “We’re expecting a great crowd because the traffic count [along RR 2147] is 10,000 cars a day,” said organizer Mark Love.... + continue reading

Members of Women Working in Communion and Spirit (WWICS) at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church in Horseshoe Bay are hard at work tyhis week getting the Finn Center ready for a benefit rummage sale. Glenda Varga, Althea Rowan, Claudia Haydon, Lynette Morrison and Leslie McCallick make their way through boxes of donated items Monday, March 23.
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula Members of St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church in Horseshoe Bay are getting ready for their first rummage sale fundraiser this weekend, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. both Friday and Saturday, March 27-28. “People have been bringing in boxes of everything,” said Althea... + continue reading

Wes Thornton shows off his 10-pound bass he caught at the state high school fishing tournament on Lake LBJ Saturday.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
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It was shortly after the rains slacked off after noon Saturday when Marble Falls High School senior Wes Thornton got a tug on his line. He was using a light crank bait when the fish hit. At first, Thornton didn’t think it was anything special. “I really didn’t think it weighed that much,’’... + continue reading

Emily Hilley-Sierzchula/The Highlander. Marta Stafford, gallery director, invited Lago Vista-area artist Gary Jack Thornton to participate in her “At the Easel” series of demonstrations, Saturday, March 21, at her Main Street gallery. Thornton brought his painting, “Spring Fever,” now for sale at the gallery.

Emily Hilley-Sierzchula/The Highlander Although riding motorcycles is a big part of the Bikes, Breakfast and Bullets (BBB) event, anyone is welcome, regardless of owning a bike.

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Members of Women Working in Communion and Spirit (WWICS) at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church in Horseshoe Bay are hard at work tyhis week getting the Finn Center ready for a benefit rummage sale. Glenda Varga, Althea Rowan, Claudia Haydon, Lynette Morrison and Leslie McCallick make their way through boxes of donated items Monday, March 23.

Wes Thornton shows off his 10-pound bass he caught at the state high school fishing tournament on Lake LBJ Saturday.

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Emily Hilley-Sierzchula/The Highlander. Marta Stafford, gallery director, invited Lago Vista-area artist Gary Jack Thornton to participate in her “At the Easel” series of demonstrations, Saturday, March 21, at her Main Street gallery. Thornton brought his painting, “Spring Fever,” now for sale at the gallery.
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula He asks his wife to drive through Hill Country landscapes so he can look around, finding inspiration for his next painting. Traditional Western artist Gary Jack Thornton, of Lago Vista, visited Marta Stafford Fine Art Gallery on Marble Falls’ Main Street Saturday... + continue reading

Emily Hilley-Sierzchula/The Highlander Although riding motorcycles is a big part of the Bikes, Breakfast and Bullets (BBB) event, anyone is welcome, regardless of owning a bike.
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula The fourth annual Bikes, Breakfast and Bullets (BBB) event, which benefits the Christian Motorcyclists’ Association (CMA), is roaring into the region Saturday, March 28. The festivities start with a motorcycle ride from Kingsland to a café in Burnet for... + continue reading

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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula The Castlerock Market & Art Bazaar in Cottonwood Shores is set to open Saturday, March 28, with an eclectic array of vendors. “We’re expecting a great crowd because the traffic count [along RR 2147] is 10,000 cars a day,” said organizer Mark Love.... + continue reading
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Wes Thornton shows off his 10-pound bass he caught at the state high school fishing tournament on Lake LBJ Saturday.
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It was shortly after the rains slacked off after noon Saturday when Marble Falls High School senior Wes Thornton got a tug on his line. He was using a light crank bait when the fish hit. At first,... + continue reading

Mark Goodson/The Highlander Marble Falls' Sam Kohutek signs with Mary Hardin Baylor on Monday. His mother Kimberlee is in the background.
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Mark Goodson/The Highlander Faith Academy guard Jayla Reeves is one of three underclassmen starting for the Lady Flames basketball team. Reeves scored four points and had three assists and five steals against Incarnate Word on Tuesday in a warmup game.
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Mark Goodson/The Highlander Kelsie Tackitt drives on the No. 8 hole on the Llano Rive Golf Course. Tackitt shot a personal best 75. She has shot her personal best twice in the last four days.
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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