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03
Aug

Theater students performing at Uptown Theatre

MFHS theater students Corey Bogue, Katie Mintz and Robynne Sisco-Martinez manage to play roles much older than their years.

By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula.
 
Marble Falls High School theater students are gracing the stage of one of the oldest venues in the city this week. With the help of two student technicians, six student actors are performing “Over the River and Through the Woods” at the Uptown Theatre on Main Street, and you can still catch the performance. Marble Falls native Jonathan Clark, theater teacher at MFHS, said his students have willingly sacrificed much of their summer break to work on the production.

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Sun
03
Aug

Business alliance coffee shows off areas hot spots

Brad and Rachel Wright of Ft Worth and Sandra Phelps of Fort Worth just in from a ride on the wave runner.

By Dorothy Crockett.
 
The Horseshoe Bay Business Alliance Coffee was hosted this month by the City of HB at City Hall and all of the city officials were there to greet the public. Refreshments were provided by BrittCo Management, Mike Brittain, CEO and 4L Enterprises, Matt Looney, CEO. These monthly coffees are sponsored by all the businesses in Horseshoe Bay and each month one business volunteers to host and/or provide refreshments.

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