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By Alexandria Randolph   White-tailed deer hunting season kicks off this Saturday, Nov. 1, and the community of Llano – the Deer Capital of Texas – is poised to welcome outdoorsmen near and far with its annual Hunter’s Appreciation Event on the eve before... + continue reading
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula   Friends and family of Sarah Oatman Franklin gathered around the Llano County Courthouse Monday evening, Oct. 27, to celebrate a life of volunteerism and community activism. The woman who had become an icon of the community and who had been so... + continue reading
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by By Erin Green   There may not be any actual bad seats in the LanTex Theater, but anyone who has attended a show there can attest to the fact that the seats have, indeed, seen better days. About 150 people were in attendance Saturday evening, Oct. 25, at the theater... + continue reading
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
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Llano closed out its volleyball season on Tuesday with the Salado Eagles on the road. The Jackets dropped their battle with Taylor on Oct. 24 at home, 25-21, 16-25, 20-25, 22-25. Lacey Redden had 13 kills and Kaymon Lange eight to pace the attack. Others with kills were Claire Williams five... + continue reading
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By Mark Goodson   The Lytle Pirates rallied for 14 points in the fourth quarter to hand the Llano Yellow Jackets a 34-31 loss in District 13-4A, Division II action Friday at Jacket Stadium. Llano (2-6, 0-2) had led for most of the game before running back Christian Cedeno warmed up... + continue reading

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by By Erin Gree n   Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 4, and a number of races statewide and locally are featured on the ballot. The big statewide race for governor to replace current Gov. Rick Perry, includes Republican candidate Greg Abbott and Democrat candidate Wendy Davis,... + continue reading
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As of Monday, Llano County Commissioners have reinstated a burn ban for the area. No controlled burning is allowed. More information regarding the burn ban is available at the Llano County Emergency Management Coordinator Office. + continue reading

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By Alexandria Randolph   White-tailed deer hunting season kicks off this Saturday, Nov. 1, and the community of Llano – the Deer Capital of Texas – is poised to welcome outdoorsmen near and far with its annual Hunter’s Appreciation Event on the eve before... + continue reading
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula   Friends and family of Sarah Oatman Franklin gathered around the Llano County Courthouse Monday evening, Oct. 27, to celebrate a life of volunteerism and community activism. The woman who had become an icon of the community and who had been so... + continue reading
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by By Erin Green   There may not be any actual bad seats in the LanTex Theater, but anyone who has attended a show there can attest to the fact that the seats have, indeed, seen better days. About 150 people were in attendance Saturday evening, Oct. 25, at the theater... + continue reading
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Llano closed out its volleyball season on Tuesday with the Salado Eagles on the road. The Jackets dropped their battle with Taylor on Oct. 24 at home, 25-21, 16-25, 20-25, 22-25. Lacey Redden... + continue reading

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by Ed Sterling Polls continued to show Republican candidates ahead in top-ofballot races as Texas moved closer to the Oct. 31 early voting deadline before Election Day, Nov. 4. Political... + continue reading