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Marble Falls City Secretary Christina McDonald, left, swears in new city council members Megan Klaeger and Dave Rhodes during the council meeting Tuesday, May 16.

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By Lew K. Cohn Managing Editor The Highlander Marble Falls City Council members voted 4-2 to appoint William “Dee” Haddock to the Place 4 seat left vacant after the May 6 general election. Haddock, who has served on the city's Planning & Zoning Commission since 2011... + continue reading

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The Meadowlakes City Council, now including new members David Baker, Bob Brown and Ed O'Hayre are pictured following the Tuesday, May 16, council meeting. They are, from left, Baker, Brown, Mayor Mary Ann Raesener, Jerry Drummond, O'Hayre and Mike Barry.

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    Glynis Crawford Smith The Highlander Three new members of the Meadowlakes City Council took their oaths of office Tuesday, May 16. They are David Baker, who ran unopposed for Place 2; Ed O'Hayre in Place 4 and Bob Brown in Place 5. Mayor Mary Ann Raesener... + continue reading
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      By Glynis Crawford Smith The Highlander Bull riders don't mind a romp in the mud, so even if a little rain pours down on the Charley Taylor Rodeo Arena in Marble Falls, the Annual Bull Ride Challenge will be going on Saturday, May 20. “We have... + continue reading
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The National Weather Service NWS does not forcast the worst of weather threats for Burnet County but strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible today and Friday with concerns shifting to primarily heavy rainfall over the weekend, possibly resulting in flash flooding.  At least moderate... + continue reading
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Colt Elementary's fourth grade class celebrated the school's annual soapbox derby Friday. The cars down Manzano Mile on Friday morning. Teacher Judy Large ran the event. One of the fastest cars was Lilly Parker's car.It was complete with a blowup palm tree. + continue reading
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By Glynis Crawford Smith The Highlander Three new businesses on their way here were welcomed on social media Monday, May 8, by the Marble Falls Economic Development Corporation (EDC). They are Donut Crown, Koko FitClub and Little Caesars Pizza. Donut Crown received remodel permits in... + continue reading

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By Glynis Crawford Smith The Highlander The Granite Shoals City Council on Tuesday, May 9, passed a single resolution, one laying to rest their position on the 2004 annexation of the Green Valley Subdivision. Ironically, it was a meeting not attended by Roy W. “Smiley”... + continue reading
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By Lew K. Cohn Managing Editor The Highlander A Burnet woman has been indicted on a charge of criminally negligent homicide for a 2015 accident which killed her two-year-old son. Alyssa Burnam, 26, also faces two counts of abandonment or endangerment of a child criminal negligence in... + continue reading

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Lew K. Cohn/The Highlander

Marble Falls City Secretary Christina McDonald, left, swears in new city council members Megan Klaeger and Dave Rhodes during the council meeting Tuesday, May 16.

05/19/2017 - 0 comment(s)
By Lew K. Cohn Managing Editor The Highlander Marble Falls City Council members voted 4-2 to appoint William “Dee” Haddock to the Place 4 seat left vacant after the May 6 general election. Haddock, who has served on the city's Planning & Zoning Commission since 2011... + continue reading

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The Meadowlakes City Council, now including new members David Baker, Bob Brown and Ed O'Hayre are pictured following the Tuesday, May 16, council meeting. They are, from left, Baker, Brown, Mayor Mary Ann Raesener, Jerry Drummond, O'Hayre and Mike Barry.

05/19/2017 - 0 comment(s)
    Glynis Crawford Smith The Highlander Three new members of the Meadowlakes City Council took their oaths of office Tuesday, May 16. They are David Baker, who ran unopposed for Place 2; Ed O'Hayre in Place 4 and Bob Brown in Place 5. Mayor Mary Ann Raesener... + continue reading
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      By Glynis Crawford Smith The Highlander Bull riders don't mind a romp in the mud, so even if a little rain pours down on the Charley Taylor Rodeo Arena in Marble Falls, the Annual Bull Ride Challenge will be going on Saturday, May 20. “We have... + continue reading

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Delaney Kelley, a senior golfer for the Lady Mustangs, signed with Trinity University on Thursday to play collegiate golf. + continue reading

 

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Delaney Kelley excels at regional 5A golf event.

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Irl Unruh was one the members of the local car club at Saturday's event.

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Departure ATX performs live at Uptown Sound in Marble Falls Saturday, April 29. Doors open at 7 p.m., show at 8 p.m.

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By Lew K. Cohn Managing Editor The Highlander Journey fans who were “Raised on Radio” and are looking for an “Escape” from the “Evolution” of music don... + continue reading

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Rocky Raccoon behind bars at the HCCT. The felonious critter was caught in the act of making a mess in the theatre.

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Texas' first female mayor, Ophelia "Birdie Harwood, was elected the top official of Marble Falls 100 years ago, even before she and sister citizens could vote.

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By Lew K. Cohn Managing Editor The Highlander The curvy, hilly stretch of Texas 71 between Spicewood and the Pedernales River bridge may seem serene and majestic to some, but it certainly... + continue reading