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Christmas Market on Main is just one more example of how Marble Falls goes all out for for the holidays. From 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 9, vendors will fill historic Main Street. Don't miss the Walkway of Lights in the evening. Just as visitors to First Friday Art Walk on Dec. 1 found carolers and Main Street shop specials, everyone finds something to love at Market on Main, including more music. Carolers from Trendz at the Art Walk are, from left, Steve and Shery Taylor, Anna and Karen Gurganus, outside Trendz set the mood with Christmas songs.

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The annual Marble Falls Christmas Market on Main Street will be held this Saturday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. to the strains of live holiday music up and down the downtown boulevard of vendors. In addition to crafts and fine art, shoppers will find an array of goods and goodies. Children will find... + continue reading

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The new $950,000 Palm Pavilion at Horseshoe Bay Resort has been constructed on the site of the old clay tennis courts. I will be a featured site for members and guest of golf socials land festivals.

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        By Lew K. Cohn Managing Editor The Highlander Horseshoe Bay Resort is in the midst of a gigantic economic undertaking — a $60 million, multi-year capital improvements plan expected to solidify the legendary resort's reputation as the... + continue reading

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New Marble Falls Police Department (MFPD) Ofcr. Michael Tutor is congratulated by his father, Russell Tutor, as MFPD Chief Mark Whitacre looks on. Whitacre gave the father the honor of pinning the new officer's badge in ceremonies at city hall Tuesday, Dec. 5.

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        By Glynis Crawford Smith The Highlander A brief Marble Falls Police Department (MFPD) ceremony at city hall Tuesday, Dec. 5, began with solemnity. Chief Mark Whitacre asked for a moment of silence for San Marcos Police Department Officer Kenneth... + continue reading

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Robert Moss, left, director of the Marble Falls Parks and Recreation Department, congratulates Monique Breaux, the department administrative assistant, on becoming a Certified Parks and Recreation Professional (CPRP).

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    Glynis Crawford Smith/The Highlander The larger portion of the open session of the Marble Falls City Council on Tuesday, Dec. 5, was devoted to reports and recognitions. Perhaps the most significant council action followed the closed executive session with City Attorney... + continue reading

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Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Marble Falls opened at 810 Texas 71 West on Aug. 3, 2015. The new facility and BS&W – Llano serve hospital patients from Johnson City to San Saba in the Hill Country Region.

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    By Glynis Crawford Smith The Highlander Baylor Scott & White Medical Center and Specialty Clinic in Marble Falls may still have that brand-spanking-new feel when you walk in the door, but BS&W has been open for business at its US 281 location for five years and has... + continue reading

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Tommy Puryear, local rodeo champion, sits down for interviews after learning of his induction into the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame.

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By Savanna Gregg The Highlander December brings many different thoughts to mind — cold weather, Christmas, snow (for some), hot chocolate, lounging by the fireplace on Christmas Eve anticipating the arrival of Santa Claus. But for over 100,000 people every year, December also means... + continue reading

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Thursday night's snow flurries may have melted away, but there is a 100 percent chance of snow on the corner of Jackson and Pierce Streets from noon-4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 9, at Burnet Snow Day. Christmas on the Square, co-sponsored by the City of Burnet and Burnet County, will take place... + continue reading
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  By Lew K. Cohn Managing Editor The Highlander Marble Falls City Council has authorized city staff to file appeals and motions against the issuance of a standard air quality permit to Asphalt Inc. by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TECQ). With a Nov. 30 decision... + continue reading

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Christmas Market on Main is just one more example of how Marble Falls goes all out for for the holidays. From 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 9, vendors will fill historic Main Street. Don't miss the Walkway of Lights in the evening. Just as visitors to First Friday Art Walk on Dec. 1 found carolers and Main Street shop specials, everyone finds something to love at Market on Main, including more music. Carolers from Trendz at the Art Walk are, from left, Steve and Shery Taylor, Anna and Karen Gurganus, outside Trendz set the mood with Christmas songs.

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The annual Marble Falls Christmas Market on Main Street will be held this Saturday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. to the strains of live holiday music up and down the downtown boulevard of vendors. In addition to crafts and fine art, shoppers will find an array of goods and goodies. Children will find... + continue reading

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The new $950,000 Palm Pavilion at Horseshoe Bay Resort has been constructed on the site of the old clay tennis courts. I will be a featured site for members and guest of golf socials land festivals.

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        By Lew K. Cohn Managing Editor The Highlander Horseshoe Bay Resort is in the midst of a gigantic economic undertaking — a $60 million, multi-year capital improvements plan expected to solidify the legendary resort's reputation as the... + continue reading

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New Marble Falls Police Department (MFPD) Ofcr. Michael Tutor is congratulated by his father, Russell Tutor, as MFPD Chief Mark Whitacre looks on. Whitacre gave the father the honor of pinning the new officer's badge in ceremonies at city hall Tuesday, Dec. 5.

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        By Glynis Crawford Smith The Highlander A brief Marble Falls Police Department (MFPD) ceremony at city hall Tuesday, Dec. 5, began with solemnity. Chief Mark Whitacre asked for a moment of silence for San Marcos Police Department Officer Kenneth... + continue reading

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By Richard Zowie The Highlander Kenneth Don Gray, a lifelong Hill Country resident whose career included NFL football, teaching and then coaching at both the high school and professional levels... + continue reading

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Play for great prizes and a great cause at the American Cancer Society  Hill Country Golf Classic Saturday, Oct. 28.

 

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Cyril Lemon’s football career included holding down the offensive line for the Marble Falls Mustangs and University of North Texas Mean Green. After briefly playing for the New Orleans Saints, he has returned to Marble Falls to coach the defensive line in football.

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Tommy Puryear, local rodeo champion, sits down for interviews after learning of his induction into the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame.

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By Savanna Gregg The Highlander December brings many different thoughts to mind — cold weather, Christmas, snow (for some), hot chocolate, lounging by the fireplace on Christmas Eve... + continue reading

The VIP meet 'n greet reception with Gary P. Nunn will start at 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 1, and doors open to the public at 7 p.m. The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. General admission tickets to the gala are $20 and are available through the Llano Main Street Facebook page. All guests will receive a Lantex 90th bandana, provided by Llano native Roger Beasley. VIP meet 'n greet tickets are available for $50 to a limited number of guests.

 

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Father Jairo Lopez stands before the obelisk statue he created in front of the Marble Falls Visitor Center.

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Horseshoe Bay Mayor Steve Jordan provided this State of the City review for the Oct. 20 edition of The Highlander.

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    The measure of a well managed and open government is transparency and accountability. Your Mayor and Council Members have made these two issues our top priorities.  I am... + continue reading

Pat Williams Moore is unique in the disaster recovery and business/service resumption industry. She has been a pioneer since 1982 helping to drive the disaster recovery industry beyond the emergency response phase, and data-center-information technology recovery side into the organization-wide/enterprise-wide full recovery and continuity of operations strategic planning and implementation for businesses, institutions and communities. Moore is a Certified Disaster Recovery Professional and a Fellow of the Business Continuity Institute, and FEMA's National Business Person of the Year.

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