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By Erin Green   High school life means getting involved in activities and for Logan Simpson, that means two things — theater and band. But if a conflict should arise, there is no doubt in the Llano High School senior’s mind which activity would win out... + continue reading
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By Erin Green   Two fires kept Llano firemen busy late Friday afternoon and evening. Firefighters were called to a structure fire 5 p.m., Friday on 1601 Wright and later saw smoke rising from a city yard at Wright and West Haynie streets. The owner of the home on Wright... + continue reading
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By Erin Green   The Highland Lakes area received muchneeded rainfall and cool temperatures Monday afternoon as storms blew through. According to the Lower Colorado River Authority, the Llano area received 0.16 to 1.92 inches of rain within a 24-hour period from Sunday... + continue reading
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By Mark Goodson   Llano and Burnet will scrimmage Friday at Bulldog Stadium. It will be the first opportunity for the two rivals to test themselves against outside competition and both teams will be looking for quarterbacks to emerge. Both teams graduated two-year starters... + continue reading
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By Mark Goodson   LCJ Sports Editor Llano volleyball coach John Black said he’s pretty much settled on the Lady Jackets lineup, but he said he’s going to try senior Lacey Redden at a couple of different positions and go from there. The Lady Jackets opened the season... + continue reading

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By Erin Green   Cost savings were on the minds of the Llano City Council at a second workshop to discuss the city’s 2014-15 fiscal year budget. While the council approved a tentative property tax rate of 44 cents per $100 property valuation at its regular meeting... + continue reading
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By Erin Gree n   County taxpayers will see a slight reduction in their tax bills if the proposed tax rate approved by the Llano County Commissioners Court Monday is adopted next month. Taxpayers will see a onepoint drop from their 2013-14 rates of 0.3245 cents.... + continue reading

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By Erin Green   High school life means getting involved in activities and for Logan Simpson, that means two things — theater and band. But if a conflict should arise, there is no doubt in the Llano High School senior’s mind which activity would win out... + continue reading
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By Erin Green   Two fires kept Llano firemen busy late Friday afternoon and evening. Firefighters were called to a structure fire 5 p.m., Friday on 1601 Wright and later saw smoke rising from a city yard at Wright and West Haynie streets. The owner of the home on Wright... + continue reading
08/19/2014 - 0 comment(s)
By Erin Green   The Highland Lakes area received muchneeded rainfall and cool temperatures Monday afternoon as storms blew through. According to the Lower Colorado River Authority, the Llano area received 0.16 to 1.92 inches of rain within a 24-hour period from Sunday... + continue reading
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By Mark Goodson   Llano and Burnet will scrimmage Friday at Bulldog Stadium. It will be the first opportunity for the two rivals to test themselves against outside competition... + continue reading