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Tuesday, July 17, 2018
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  Ryan Counts, Jennifer Brust, and Abigail Storm paint backdrops for the upcoming Hill Country Community Theatre musical production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "State Fair," while Nina Price watches in the background. The musical premieres this Thursday, July 19, at the... + continue reading

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Tuesday, July 17, 2018
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  The Boys and Girls Club of the Highland Lakes have been in art camp all week at the Gallery at Pecan Creek. Officials say the kids worked in all mediums and will be presenting their work. + continue reading
Tuesday, July 17, 2018
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By Glynis Crawford Smith The Highlander Johnny Campbell, executive director of the Marble Falls Area Emergency Service (MFAEMS) presented a contract proposal to the Granite Shoals City Council during a regular meeting Tuesday, July 10. “We are just ending a three-year commitment with... + continue reading

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Tuesday, July 17, 2018
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  By Richard Zowie The Highlander Martha Norwood may not have been from Spicewood, but in her service to the community and her lifelong love for dogs, she made her mark on Spicewood and the rest of Burnet County. Following a lengthy illness, Norwood died July 11 at the South Austin... + continue reading
Tuesday, July 17, 2018
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By Lew K. Cohn Managing Editor The Highlander Horseshoe Bay City Council members are expected to propose the same tax rate as last year at their Tuesday, July 17, council meeting after holding a budget workshop the day before. City Manager Stan Farmer said the proposed fiscal year 2019... + continue reading

In addition to its succession of budget sessions and executive session city manager interviews, the City of Granite Shoals has a town hall meeting scheduled for an annual review of the Wildlife Committee Urban Deer Program.

Sunday, July 15, 2018
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      By Glynis Crawford Smith The Highlander   When the Granite Shoals City Council last Tuesday night, July 10, it was with options on the table for work, scheduled to begin July 21, on the road bond project. The council had hedged their bets in the... + continue reading

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06/29/2018
By Richard Zowie The Highlander Marble Falls Independent School District trustees on June 25 approved the 2018-2019 budget, which includes an overall surplus of $1.5 million with a General Fund deficit of $416,000. Included in the budget is a sizable chunk of money to be paid to Texas... + continue reading
06/26/2018
By Phil Reynolds The Highlander Cottonwood Shores is looking at two purchases to reduce costs in some areas and to help deal with an expanding population. The city is buying a machine to help clean out clogged city storm sewers, which will help cut costs of keeping culverts cleared. And... + continue reading

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Lew Cohn/The Highlander

07/17/2018 - 0 comment(s)
  Ryan Counts, Jennifer Brust, and Abigail Storm paint backdrops for the upcoming Hill Country Community Theatre musical production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "State Fair," while Nina Price watches in the background. The musical premieres this Thursday, July 19, at the... + continue reading

Contributed

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  The Boys and Girls Club of the Highland Lakes have been in art camp all week at the Gallery at Pecan Creek. Officials say the kids worked in all mediums and will be presenting their work. + continue reading
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By Glynis Crawford Smith The Highlander Johnny Campbell, executive director of the Marble Falls Area Emergency Service (MFAEMS) presented a contract proposal to the Granite Shoals City Council during a regular meeting Tuesday, July 10. “We are just ending a three-year commitment with... + continue reading

Sports

Burnet County Sheriff's Lt. Grayson Floyd, left, celebrates his accomplishments with his wife, Liv, after winning the gold in the powerlifting competitions of the 2018 Texas Police Games.

06/21/2018 - 0 comment(s)
By Savanna Gregg The Highlander Last week, Lt. Grayson Floyd represented the Burnet County Sheriff's Office in the 2018 Police Games at the Fort Worth Training Academy. After lifting a... + continue reading

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Three Marble Falls senior softball players competed in the recent Fellowship of Christian Athletes All-Star Game in San Marcos. The Gold Team won, 9-7. (From left), Elicia Gonzales received the MVP award for the gold team with two doubles
and four RBIs. Also with her on the team were Summer Riley, Jaden DeLeon and Coach Tim Richter.

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Cody Owens will take his rodeo skills to the national level, later this month, in North Dakota.

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Lew Cohn/The Highlander

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  Ryan Counts, Jennifer Brust, and Abigail Storm paint backdrops for the upcoming Hill Country Community Theatre musical production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "State Fair,"... + continue reading

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By Richard Zowie This time of year for the newspaper, we’ve been busy with high school graduations. I took pictures of both Faith Academy’s and Marble Falls High School’s... + continue reading

Bob Costas speaks to UT students and faculty while giving the ninth annual Frank Deford Lecture in Sports Journalism at Moody College of Communications.

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It only took 47 years plus, but Managing Editor Lew K. Cohn finally got to meet Roger Staubach at the 15th Annual Hill Country 100 Club Awards Banquet in Burnet on Jan. 18 and hear the story of the 'Hail Mary' pass from the legend himself.

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