Tuesday, March 3, 2015
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Meet Einstein. No, not as in Albert. This one is much smaller, much furrier and much squeakier. Einstein is the threeand-a-half-year-old class pet guinea pig in Julie Easley’s second-grade classroom atLlano Elementary School. The long-haired creature offers the students in Easley’sclassroom a... + continue reading
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
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BY MARK GOODSON Llano’s baseball team carries a 2-2 record into the Hill Country Classic this week. The Jackets have shown solid pitching and hitting through the early going, but have been ragged with their fielding. The Jackets are scheduled to open their tournament with a 2:30 p.m. game... + continue reading
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
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by Erin Green   For more than half a century, the community of Kingsland has come together to celebrate the best of its best. This year was no different and the crowd at the Kingsland Community Center Friday, Feb. 20, celebrated with the Kingsland/Lake LBJ Chamber of Commerce... + continue reading
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
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by Erin Green   Getting away from the big city offers a whole new world in many ways — including views of the night sky. Throughout human history, the dark night sky has offered an unparalleled view of the moon, the stars, the planets and our Milky Way galaxy. But the... + continue reading
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
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The Llano boys golf team took first place at regional preview in Corpus Christi Friday and Saturday. The Jaekets placed two golfers in the top five with Clayton Meyers and Tyler MeDonough both matehing eaeh other shot for shot. \1eyers was fourth overall with rounds of 80 and 72. MeDonough took... + continue reading

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The Llano ISD has announced a two-hour delay on Thursday, March 5. Stay tuned here for further information. + continue reading
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During its meeting held Monday, March 2, the Llano City Council unanimously approved nominations to and the formation of a citizens’ committee to look at issues surrounding the recent controversial and unexpected spike in city customers’ utility bills. Mayor Mike Virdell said he askedCouncilman... + continue reading

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Meet Einstein. No, not as in Albert. This one is much smaller, much furrier and much squeakier. Einstein is the threeand-a-half-year-old class pet guinea pig in Julie Easley’s second-grade classroom atLlano Elementary School. The long-haired creature offers the students in Easley’sclassroom a... + continue reading
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BY MARK GOODSON Llano’s baseball team carries a 2-2 record into the Hill Country Classic this week. The Jackets have shown solid pitching and hitting through the early going, but have been ragged with their fielding. The Jackets are scheduled to open their tournament with a 2:30 p.m. game... + continue reading
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by Erin Green   For more than half a century, the community of Kingsland has come together to celebrate the best of its best. This year was no different and the crowd at the Kingsland Community Center Friday, Feb. 20, celebrated with the Kingsland/Lake LBJ Chamber of Commerce... + continue reading
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BY MARK GOODSON Llano’s baseball team carries a 2-2 record into the Hill Country Classic this week. The Jackets have shown solid pitching and hitting through the early going, but have been ragged... + continue reading

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Dentists tend to be a particular sort. We spend our days awkwardly hunched over, working in a tiny dark space, on tiny problems that take precise, microscopically-accurate solutions to fix. During... + continue reading