Forging ahead with holiday events and venue plans, while in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, attracted thousands of visitors to the area boosting holiday spirits and fueling sales tax figures for Marble Falls. During the regular city council meeting Jan. 19, business advocates from the city and…
A variance approved Tuesday, Jan. 19, by the Horseshoe Bay City Council will allow Horseshoe Bay resort to build up to 10 speculative homes each in three established communities in the Summit Rock subdivision. Ron Mitchell, vice chairman of Horseshoe Bay Resort LLC and vice president/developer of…
Marble Falls Independent School District officials signaled an intent to move operations “back to normal” in the coming months as a result of the effectiveness of COVID-19 policy and prevention. “We’re looking to phase out remote learning, but first we need a reduction in the prevelance of COVID-…
A public commenting period begins for a proposed sand plant in Kingsland, as applications for site development and dredging permission in Lake LBJ hang in the balance. The public has 15 days from the notice posting Jan. 18 to submit written comments to the Lower Colorado River Authority in…
The city of Marble Falls received Scenic City Certification due to efforts to raise standards for infrastructure and amenities such as parks areas, scenic roadways and other public spaces.
Gov. Greg Abbott declared January 2021 as School Board Recognition Month. “School boards play a vital role in our efforts to improve education in the Lone Star State. Across Texas, dedicated school boards work with parents, educators, and comrntmity members to create successful learning…
Marble Falls Animal Services is alerting the public about a string of as many as four rabies reports in January in the city limits. The notice asks resident to take precautions with wildlife. Department of State Health Services lab results confirmed four cases among wild foxes and a raccoon.…
A combination of circumstances had led to the cancellation of the regular Cottonwood Shores city council meeting scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 21. Mayor Donald Orr said the city is short-handed because of a couple of staff members’ being diagnosed with COVID-19 plus some others who have been…
The solar industry has grown tremendously in the last 10 years, and Texas ranked second in the nation for solar growth in 2019. Solar energy promises consumers lower bills, tax incentives and an increase in home value, making it a tempting option for homeowners. Spring is the most popular time…
How many times in your life have you needed a helping hand? Whether it was someone teaching you to ride a bicycle, or steadying the ladder while you climbed up to change a light, or even holding a door open when your hands were full, it was nice to have the help. At the Alzheimer’s Association®,…
Due primarily to the economic slowdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Texas elected officials were bracing for a $4.6 billion budget deficit. However, the Texas economy performed better than expected, and Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar projects the state will face a budget that starts with a $1…
A variance approved Tuesday, Jan. 19, by the Horseshoe Bay City Council will allow Horseshoe Bay…
Marble Falls Independent School District officials signaled an intent to move operations “back to…
Marble Falls Animal Services is alerting the public about a string of as many as four rabies…
Forging ahead with holiday events and venue plans, while in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, attracted thousands of visitors to the area boosting holiday spirits and fueling sales tax figures for Marble Falls.
A public commenting period begins for a proposed sand plant in Kingsland, as applications for site development and dredging permission in Lake LBJ hang in the…
A combination of circumstances had led to the cancellation of the regular Cottonwood Shores city council meeting scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 21. Mayor Donald…
Three incumbents have filed for another term on the Marble Falls City Council during the first week of filing with one place facing a challenger. Place 4…
The Marble Falls High School boys basketball team could not overcome a rough first half in a 60-48 loss to Leander High School on Tuesday night at home. The…
In less than a week, the second Legacy Class largemouth bass of the 2021 Toyota ShareLunker season was reeled in at Lake Austin Thursday evening, Jan. 14.…
The Mustangs’ Friday night matchup with Georgetown was a hard-hitting affair for both sides. Both teams attacked the rim resulting in and-one plays like the…
The Texas Veterans Land Board announced a statewide campaign to bring Valentine’s Day love to the nearly 1,000 Veterans residing in state-ran nursing homes.…
Gov. Greg Abbott declared January 2021 as School Board Recognition Month. “School boards play a vital role in our efforts to improve education in the Lone…
The city of Marble Falls received Scenic City Certification due to efforts to raise standards for infrastructure and amenities such as parks areas, scenic…
How many times in your life have you needed a helping hand? Whether it was someone teaching you to ride a bicycle, or steadying the ladder while you climbed…
The solar industry has grown tremendously in the last 10 years, and Texas ranked second in the nation for solar growth in 2019. Solar energy promises…
Kelly Tarla, a Burnet County AgriLife extension agent for the Texas A&M Extension Service, will join members and guests of the Highland Lakes Birding and…
February To Do: 1) February is one of the best months for planting trees, shrubs, ground cover, perennials, and vines. 2) Veggies to plant: artichokes,…
Due primarily to the economic slowdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Texas elected officials were bracing for a $4.6 billion budget deficit. However, the…
Betty Jo Miller, 91, of Marble Falls, left this earth on January 13, 2021 to join her heavenly father. After living in Austin most of her life, she spend the…
Gail Gruber, 72 of Meadowlakes, Texas and Scranton, North Dakota passed away January 13, 2021. Gail was born to Robert B and Dorothy Griffith on December 21,…
Billie Jean Barnes, 93, of Kingsland, Texas, formerly of O’Donnell, Texas, passed away January 15, 2021 due to complications with Covid-19. Billie was born on…
Wilda Furr Meixner, PhD, 85, passed away January 14, 2021 in Austin Heart Hospital following a massive heart attack. Wilda, had an amazing life from beginning…
Frank O. Baker, 96, of Kingsland passed away on January 9, 2021 in Kingsland, Texas. Frank was born December 27, 1924 in Plainview, Texas as the only child to…