The Marble Falls/Lake LBJ Chamber of Commerce hosts Spring Market Day on Main from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 6. Come to Main Street Marble Falls to experience craft makers, bakers, and style creators from around the Hill Country. Celebrate the spring weather with more than 60 vendors and…
As Marble Falls city staff mulled how to pay for out-of-pocket cost associated with a planned Avenue N bridge, the council March 2 approved triggering an intent to finance its portion of grant awards for nearly $4.5 million towards building the structure and associated erosion project costs.…
A campaign is ramping up to ask the Lower Colorado River Authority to address concerns about wakesurfing on Lake LBJ, leading to an online petition and discussions with LCRA officials. Wakesurfing is a water sport where someone being pulled on a small surfboard behind a boat and glides up and over…
Gov. Greg Abbott’s surprise announcement he was ordering an end to his mask mandate and opening occupancy back up to 100 percent statewide on March 10 was met with varying responses by local officials this week. Burnet County Judge James Oakley said he does not see the county implementing anything…
Even as anxiety still looms about the coronavirus, various Marble Falls business owners and customers have primarily expressed approval of Gov. Greg Abbott’s plan to lift COVID-19 restrictions March 10. “We were happy,” said Allan Jones, owner Brothers Barber and Beard, 702 Second St. “We were all…
Perissos Vineyard and Winery has partnered with two local community organizations and will be donating 90 percent of profits from the sale of three, handcrafted, limitedrelease Gratis Wine products to those agencies between now and May 31, 2021. The Highland Lakes Crisis Network and CASA of the…
Sugar Mama Cookies celebrated their five-year anniversary at their retail location at 307 Main Street, Suite 110, Marble Falls, on Wednesday, March 3. Kamryn Virdell, 8, gets a cupcake from Sugar Mama Cookies owner Lee Ann Clark. Kari Sardo/The Highlander
After just a few days tens of thousands of MREs and bottles of water found their way to Highland Lakes residents who picked them up with the remainder placed in the care of the Highland Lakes Crisis Network (HLCN) as the need continues after the February winter storm, officials said. “The water we…
The Texas Federation of Republican Women Region XII Leadership Workshop was held on February 27, 2021 in Burnet Texas and was attended by women from all over the state. The TFRW is one of the largest women’s political organizations in the nation holding the same principles as the Republican Party…
Thanks to the wrath of Winter Storm Uri, part of the month of February felt like we were living in another century, from having to melt snow just to have water to piling on layers upon layers of clothing for warmth. Just one week later, my wife Betty and I took the pioneering spirit another step…
Benjamin Todd Huselton, currently of Austin, quietly slipped away from his earthly life on February 7, 2021 in Austin, Texas. He was born October 13, 1975 to Patrick and Susan Glover Huselton. Ben spent his early life in Saudi Arabia, his formative years in Marble Falls, graduating from Marble…
As Marble Falls city staff mulled how to pay for out-of-pocket cost associated with a planned…
A campaign is ramping up to ask the Lower Colorado River Authority to address concerns about…
Gov. Greg Abbott’s surprise announcement he was ordering an end to his mask mandate and opening…
The Marble Falls/Lake LBJ Chamber of Commerce hosts Spring Market Day on Main from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 6. Come to Main Street Marble Falls to experience craft makers, bakers, and style creators from around the Hill Country. Celebrate the spring weather with more than 60 vendors and spend the day downtown with local boutiques, breweries, and eateries. Social distancing will be enforced at this outdoor event, and wearing masks will be encouraged if a crowd is forming. Dogs are welcome!
Even as anxiety still looms about the coronavirus, various Marble Falls business owners and customers have primarily expressed approval of Gov. Greg Abbott’s…
After just a few days tens of thousands of MREs and bottles of water found their way to Highland Lakes residents who picked them up with the remainder placed…
Gov. Greg Abbott issued an Executive Order (GA-34) March 2 lifting the mask mandate in Texas and increasing capacity of all businesses and facilities in the…
Marble Falls High School junior Taylor Ashbaugh shaved 1.1 seconds off her entry time to finish ninth place in the 100-yard breaststroke at the UIL State swim…
The Faith Academy of Marble Falls boys basketball team kept their postseason alive on Tuesday with a wire-to-wire 69-58 win over Shiner St. Paul. The Flames…
The Marble Falls High School boys soccer team played six games in nine days ending with a 2-1 loss to Liberty Hill on Tuesday at Mustang Stadium.The boys lost…
The Texas Federation of Republican Women Region XII Leadership Workshop was held on February 27, 2021 in Burnet Texas and was attended by women from all over…
Sugar Mama Cookies celebrated their five-year anniversary at their retail location at 307 Main Street, Suite 110, Marble Falls, on Wednesday, March 3. Kamryn…
Perissos Vineyard and Winery has partnered with two local community organizations and will be donating 90 percent of profits from the sale of three,…
Thanks to the wrath of Winter Storm Uri, part of the month of February felt like we were living in another century, from having to melt snow just to have water…
As Texans across the state continue to deal with the damage from the mid-February winter storm, so does the political fallout in Austin. So far, seven of the…
A week after a brutally cold winter storm left millions in the state without power and water for days, the Senate Business and Commerce Committee began the…
Yesterday (Feb. 24), Collier Materials, Inc was advised of a decision by the LCRA Board to set a moratorium on commercial dredging or mining within the…
Last week’s winter storm was quite a historical event, one that will be a once in a lifetime for many Texans. As Mayor, there are no words to describe how…
Shawn Alan Stephenson was born on February 13, 1980. He went to be with the Lord on March 2021. He is survived by parents Bruce and Melinda Stephenson of…
Vivian Inez Tobey of Marble Falls, Texas, passed away on February 25, 2021 at the age of 88. She was born May 21,1932 in Brownwood, Texas to Orville and Elsie…
Buddington Lycurgus Scarborough was born in Austin, Texas at the original St. David’s Hospital on West 17th Street on June 1, 1931, which happened to be his…
Benjamin Todd Huselton, currently of Austin, quietly slipped away from his earthly life on February 7, 2021 in Austin, Texas. He was born October 13, 1975 to…
Marjorie Nell Phipps, 81, of Marble Falls, was lifted up to Heaven by the angels on February 5, 2021. She was a devoted wife to the late Euclid Phipps. She…