Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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by Erin Green   With vendor booths, living history displays, food, live music, authors’ speaking sessions, gold panning, chuckwagon cooking and more, Llano was a busy place this past Friday through Sunday, Oct. 17-19. The annual three-day Heritage Days... + continue reading
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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by Erin Green   Paintings, photographs, spurs, saddles, jewelry and much more make up the trappings of a life lived in the American West. Or, for a life lived specifically in Llano, for the likes of artists such as Herman Walker of Kerrville.  ... + continue reading
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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By Mark Goodson   Llano fell to 0-7 in district play with a pair of losses to Liberty Hill and Burnet. On Friday Oct. 17, the Lady Jackets fell to Burnet, 12-25, 22-25, 20-25 Against the Bulldogs, Lacey Redden had 12 kills while Claire Williams, Kaymon Lange and Lexi Lucas... + continue reading
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
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By Alexandria Randolph   A Llano County wanted man three weeks at-large has finally been apprehended in Galveston County, Texas, on Friday, Oct. 10, authorities said. Rocky Drew McIntosh, 36, was apprehended over the weekend after deputies from the sheriff’s office... + continue reading
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
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by Erin Green   The Old West came alive again in Llano Friday night, Oct. 10. About 60 people attended the Johnny Ringo Society’s “Outlaw Feast,” a fundraiser to aid restoration efforts at the historic 1895 Llano County Red Top Jail. The feast —... + continue reading

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10/21/2014
While the Llano City Council approved a new master fee schedule during its Monday meeting, Oct. 20, council members questioned the need to revise some of the new fees. Ultimately, a resolution passed 4-0 (Councilman John Ferguson was absent) but changes to the fees charged for water and... + continue reading
10/14/2014
Erin Green   With a nod to the city’s Old West legacy and pioneer past, Llano’s Heritage Days weekend will attempt to bring history to life with a variety of events planned Friday through Sunday, Oct. 17-19. Featured during the threeday festival, sponsored by the... + continue reading

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by Erin Green   With vendor booths, living history displays, food, live music, authors’ speaking sessions, gold panning, chuckwagon cooking and more, Llano was a busy place this past Friday through Sunday, Oct. 17-19. The annual three-day Heritage Days... + continue reading
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by Erin Green   Paintings, photographs, spurs, saddles, jewelry and much more make up the trappings of a life lived in the American West. Or, for a life lived specifically in Llano, for the likes of artists such as Herman Walker of Kerrville.  ... + continue reading
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By Mark Goodson   Llano fell to 0-7 in district play with a pair of losses to Liberty Hill and Burnet. On Friday Oct. 17, the Lady Jackets fell to Burnet, 12-25, 22-25, 20-25 Against the Bulldogs, Lacey Redden had 12 kills while Claire Williams, Kaymon Lange and Lexi Lucas... + continue reading
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By Mark Goodson   Llano fell to 0-7 in district play with a pair of losses to Liberty Hill and Burnet. On Friday Oct. 17, the Lady Jackets fell to Burnet, 12-25, 22-25, 20-25... + continue reading

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Letter to the Editor   Dear Editor: We are writing to clear up some misconceptions about the law regarding hunting on or near Lake Buchanan (“Banner Year in Hunting... + continue reading