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Voting in the March 1 Primary Election depends on being registered to vote and the deadline to register is Monday, Feb. 1.Early voting will be going on Feb. 16-26 and the last day requests for a ballot by mail can be accepted is Feb. 19. A ballot by mail must be received by election day March 1.The... + continue reading
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 2016 HonoreesCitizen of the Year: Alice SmithHall of Fame: David HawthorneAgriculture Producer of the Year: Tom BallEducators of the Year: Sandy Oestreich, Llano ElementaryAllison Parker, Packsaddle ElementaryChris Carrell, Llano Junior HighDeidre Henderson, Llano High SchoolJudy Alexander,... + continue reading
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 By Erin GreenThe Llano County Journal The Parrisher family said they weren't looking for anything in particular. Allen, Rebecca and children Rylee, 5, and McKelty, 6 months — were simply browsing – but they did find items of interest, specifically children's clothign for their fast-... + continue reading
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 By Erin GreenThe Llano County Journal It's not just the saddles and the spurs. It goes far beyond the accompanying information — filled with names familiar in Llano County such as Moss, Slator, Martin, Hesse, Miller, Homesley, Stribling, Bauman and more. It's all of that and more. “... + continue reading
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
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 The Llano Chamber of Commerce honored the best of the best of the Llano community at its 92nd annual Awards Show and Banquet Tuesday, Jan. 26. Read all about the banquet in the Wednesday, Jan. 27, edition of The Llano County Journal and look for more pictures from the banquet in the Feb. 3... + continue reading

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 By Erin GreenThe Llano County Journal City requirements regarding residents' auxiliary water sources and the requirement for backflow preventers have been refined, but not without controversy. Nine people spoke against the city's ordinance and more than an hour of discussion resulted in... + continue reading
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 By Erin GreenThe Llano County Journal A 25-mile stretch of TX 71 is set to soon get a facelift. Work is expected to begin in the spring to resurface TX 71 from County Road 304 to the Burnet County line, according to the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).The $2.5 million project... + continue reading

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Voting in the March 1 Primary Election depends on being registered to vote and the deadline to register is Monday, Feb. 1.Early voting will be going on Feb. 16-26 and the last day requests for a ballot by mail can be accepted is Feb. 19. A ballot by mail must be received by election day March 1.The... + continue reading
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 2016 HonoreesCitizen of the Year: Alice SmithHall of Fame: David HawthorneAgriculture Producer of the Year: Tom BallEducators of the Year: Sandy Oestreich, Llano ElementaryAllison Parker, Packsaddle ElementaryChris Carrell, Llano Junior HighDeidre Henderson, Llano High SchoolJudy Alexander,... + continue reading
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 By Erin GreenThe Llano County Journal The Parrisher family said they weren't looking for anything in particular. Allen, Rebecca and children Rylee, 5, and McKelty, 6 months — were simply browsing – but they did find items of interest, specifically children's clothign for their fast-... + continue reading
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BY JEFF KUYKENDALLIt was time to roll up their sleeves and compete as several of the Llano All Star teams battled in outlaw tournaments as they prepare for the Little League District Tournament. All... + continue reading

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State Comptroller Glenn Hegar on June 9 announced he had certified House Bill 1, the state budget. Certification is the last step before advancing to the governor’s office for final approval. HB 1... + continue reading