Jami Bowles, an accounting clerk for the City of Horseshoe Bay, makes sure the sage in the city’s native plant garden is happy. Workers finished the two native garden beds in December and the city plans a ribbon-cutting on Earth Day, April 22.
Monday, April 20, 2015
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula Earth Day, Wednesday, April 22, will be a busy day in Horseshoe Bay. Both the City of Horseshoe Bay and the Horseshoe Bay Property Owners’ Association (HSB POA) are holding unrelated events, including clean-up crews and a 5 p.m. ribbon-cutting ceremony for the... + continue reading

Eileen Hurd speaks Thursday, April 16, about the obstacles her family overcame in Horseshoe Bay’s early days.
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula As Eileen Hurd spoke Thursday, April 16, people watched through a massive window as a storm rolled over the city Hurd was instrumental in founding with her husband and his cousin. Since then, Hurd has been a philanthropist, instrumental in the Horseshoe Bay Property... + continue reading

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Thursday, April 16, 2015
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula Not every 16-year-old can portray a sexagenarian, Russian milkman with riotous emotions and a Yiddish accent. However, soft-spoken Marble Falls High School sophomore Wolf Williams mastered Tevye (the protagonist in the classic musical Fiddler on the Roof) so well he... + continue reading
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
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by Alexandria Randolph A 43-year-old man from Torrington, Wyo. is awaiting trial in Burnet County Jail after indictment on six charges of indecency with a child and 19 charges of aggravated sexual assault of a child. Grady Leroy Hodge was booked in Burnet County Jail on Monday, April 13 after he... + continue reading
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Blood is an eternal requirement for life, which means giving blood is also a necessity. Falls Career High School students have scheduled their spring blood drive for Monday, April 20, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m., in the parking lot across from the Marble Falls Independent School District administration... + continue reading

Jami Bowles, an accounting clerk for the City of Horseshoe Bay, makes sure the sage in the city’s native plant garden is happy. Workers finished the two native garden beds in December and the city plans a ribbon-cutting on Earth Day, April 22.

Eileen Hurd speaks Thursday, April 16, about the obstacles her family overcame in Horseshoe Bay’s early days.

Kelly McDuffie Photography

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04/26/2015
By Alexandria Randolph A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for Burnet, Llano and surrounding counties until 2 a.m. Monday morning.  According to the National Weather Service, large hail and damaging winds may be possible.  Residents should take measures to secure outdoor... + continue reading
04/23/2015
By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula Horseshoe Bay will be seeing changes in emergency management this year with the retirement of the police chief and resignation of the fire chief, according to discussions at the city council meeting Tuesday, April 21. The council officially appointed Assistant Fire... + continue reading

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Jami Bowles, an accounting clerk for the City of Horseshoe Bay, makes sure the sage in the city’s native plant garden is happy. Workers finished the two native garden beds in December and the city plans a ribbon-cutting on Earth Day, April 22.
04/20/2015 - 0 comment(s)
By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula Earth Day, Wednesday, April 22, will be a busy day in Horseshoe Bay. Both the City of Horseshoe Bay and the Horseshoe Bay Property Owners’ Association (HSB POA) are holding unrelated events, including clean-up crews and a 5 p.m. ribbon-cutting ceremony for the... + continue reading

Eileen Hurd speaks Thursday, April 16, about the obstacles her family overcame in Horseshoe Bay’s early days.
04/20/2015 - 0 comment(s)
By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula As Eileen Hurd spoke Thursday, April 16, people watched through a massive window as a storm rolled over the city Hurd was instrumental in founding with her husband and his cousin. Since then, Hurd has been a philanthropist, instrumental in the Horseshoe Bay Property... + continue reading

Kelly McDuffie Photography
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula Not every 16-year-old can portray a sexagenarian, Russian milkman with riotous emotions and a Yiddish accent. However, soft-spoken Marble Falls High School sophomore Wolf Williams mastered Tevye (the protagonist in the classic musical Fiddler on the Roof) so well he... + 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