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Via Viejo ground storage tank in Marble Falls

Friday, September 22, 2017
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  The city of Marble Falls voted to fund a new way to deal with an “old way” of doing things. At their Tuesday, Sept. 19, City Council meeting, the Marble Falls City Council awarded a bid to Tank Builders to replace the Via Viejo ground storage tank. “Via viejo”... + continue reading

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At the Sept. 19 meeting of the Marble Falls City Council, Mayor John Packer, right, issues a proclamation in honor of the Oct. 2-6 celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Marble Falls Public Library at its 101 Main Street location. Recognized, from left, are Joe Wizansky and Bill Gaylord of Friends of the Marble Falls Library and Amanda Rose, library director.

Friday, September 22, 2017
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By Glynis Crawford Smith The Highlander The possibility of a new Asphalt, Inc. rock crushing plant on the far southern outskirts of the city brought the largest contingent of visitors to the Marble Falls City Council on Tuesday night, Sept. 19. In a meeting that opened with proclamations... + continue reading

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On hand to greet all the visitors to the 20th Anniversary of the Marble Falls Library on 101 Main Street are full-time staff members, from left, Karen Davis, assistant director; Mary Seaman, Brittany Cavness, Misty Smith and Amanda Rose, director. See a schedule of events at the end of this story.

Friday, September 22, 2017
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        By Glynis Crawford Smith The Highlander The very first day of events for the 20th Anniversary of the Marble Falls Library on Main Street, Monday, Oct. 2, will be Children's Day, but then, every day is children's day in a library. In fact,... + continue reading

Lois Anderson ~ June 14, 1884-April, 29,1956

Friday, September 22, 2017
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  By Glynis Crawford Smith The Highlander In celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Marble Falls Library at 101 Main Street, organizers will be looking even farther back in history almost 70 years. During a whole week of events, Oct. 1-7, visitors will pass a picture of Mrs. H.... + continue reading
Friday, September 22, 2017
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By Glynis Crawford Smith The Highlander Gov. Gregg Abbott, in addition to his proclamation of Oct. 1-7 as Power Up Your Library Week in Texas, officially recognized the 20th Anniversary of the Marble Falls Public Library in its home at 101 Main Street. The library will be closed Sept. 21-... + continue reading
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
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The Hill Country Humane Society (HCHS) is busy putting the finishing touches on its second annual Wags & Whiskers Gala, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 23, from 6-10 p.m. Sponsorship opportunities and tickets priced at $50 each are still available to the public by calling HCHS directly at 512... + continue reading

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By Richard Zowie The Highlander Marble Falls Independent School District earned high marks from both the Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas (FIRST) and from the Texas Education Agency (TEA) accountability ratings for 2016-2017. This and the district’s campus improvement plans... + continue reading
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By Phil Reynolds The Highlander Llano County commissioners adjusted the proposed 2018 budget downward by $1,748 before finally approving it, but only after no one showed up at a Monday, Sept. 11, hearing on the budget. The action sets the county’s budget for the fiscal year that... + continue reading

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Via Viejo ground storage tank in Marble Falls

09/22/2017 - 0 comment(s)
  The city of Marble Falls voted to fund a new way to deal with an “old way” of doing things. At their Tuesday, Sept. 19, City Council meeting, the Marble Falls City Council awarded a bid to Tank Builders to replace the Via Viejo ground storage tank. “Via viejo”... + continue reading

Glynis Crawford Smith/The Highlander

At the Sept. 19 meeting of the Marble Falls City Council, Mayor John Packer, right, issues a proclamation in honor of the Oct. 2-6 celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Marble Falls Public Library at its 101 Main Street location. Recognized, from left, are Joe Wizansky and Bill Gaylord of Friends of the Marble Falls Library and Amanda Rose, library director.

09/22/2017 - 0 comment(s)
By Glynis Crawford Smith The Highlander The possibility of a new Asphalt, Inc. rock crushing plant on the far southern outskirts of the city brought the largest contingent of visitors to the Marble Falls City Council on Tuesday night, Sept. 19. In a meeting that opened with proclamations... + continue reading

Glynis Crawford Smith/The Highlander

On hand to greet all the visitors to the 20th Anniversary of the Marble Falls Library on 101 Main Street are full-time staff members, from left, Karen Davis, assistant director; Mary Seaman, Brittany Cavness, Misty Smith and Amanda Rose, director. See a schedule of events at the end of this story.

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        By Glynis Crawford Smith The Highlander The very first day of events for the 20th Anniversary of the Marble Falls Library on Main Street, Monday, Oct. 2, will be Children's Day, but then, every day is children's day in a library. In fact,... + continue reading

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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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By Richard Zowie The Highlander Hurricane Katrina brought him and his family from New Orleans to Marble Falls, where he played football for the Mustangs as an offensive guard and graduated from... + continue reading

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On hand to greet all the visitors to the 20th Anniversary of the Marble Falls Library on 101 Main Street are full-time staff members, from left, Karen Davis, assistant director; Mary Seaman, Brittany Cavness, Misty Smith and Amanda Rose, director. See a schedule of events at the end of this story.

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        By Glynis Crawford Smith The Highlander The very first day of events for the 20th Anniversary of the Marble Falls Library on Main Street, Monday, Oct. 2... + continue reading

Lois Anderson ~ June 14, 1884-April, 29,1956

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Kathy Savage, left, the Highland Lakes Service League (HLSL) liaison to the Marble Falls Helping Center delivers food for the Marble Falls Helping Center to volunteer Barbara King. Monthly donations from churches and service organizations help keep the shelves stocked for some 1,700 people in need.

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State Rep. Terry M. Wilson Special to The Highlander In the wake of the historic damage caused by Hurricane Harvey and the resulting unprecedented flooding, I would like to make sure that... + 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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