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Hampton Inn cleared after threatening call

Marble Falls police cleared Hampton Inn, 704 First St., on Wednesday, June 16, after a man made a threatening call suggesting he was planning to harm people at the hotel. The threat was not acted upon, and no one was harmed. A man, who authorities say was experiencing a mental...
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Llano, TXFredericksburg Standard

Deena’ Dawn Coleman Anderegg

Deena’ Dawn Coleman Anderegg, 39, of Llano, died Monday, May 24, 2021. A memorial service will be held at a later date. It was originally scheduled to be held Saturday, June 12, at Trinity United Methodist Church at Castell but was postponed due to family illness. Mrs. Anderegg was born...
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Rotary Club of Marble Falls accepting old electronics for recycling

The Rotary Club of Marble Falls is offering a solution to the old or unused electronics people have piling up in their homes, offices, and garages: recycling. The club is accepting electronics Thursday-Saturday, June 17-19, at Hill Country Collision, 1425 U.S. 281 South in Marble Falls. Drop-off is 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday and Friday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday.
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Highland Lakes pet sitters ensure creature comfort

Laverne and Shirley sleep all day, play all night, and love human companionship. The two furry friends are sugar gliders, marsupials native to Australia, who happen to live in a home in Marble Falls. “Mom” Misty Denney takes special care of her rescued babies, making them a salad every night and letting them sleep snuggled under her sweater during the day.
San Saba, TXSan Saba News & Star

Former San Saba High School

Former San Saba High School (Class of 2021) football player, Stone Sears, happily poses with his family after announcing his commitment to play football collegiately for the Lions of Missouri Southern State University in Joplin, Missouri.
Kingsland, TXtexashillcountry.com

Lake LBJ and the Rebirth of Kingsland, Chapter 6: Margaret Williams Dotson

Kingsland has had a longer and more interesting history than most of the towns around Lake LBJ. And while today the lake shapes and defines the community, Kingsland (first called Kingsville) was a genuine wild west settlement almost 70 years before the lake (first called Granite Shoals Lake) was formed in 1951. Kingsville was big enough to need a two-story schoolhouse as far back as 1885, and the first teacher there was a 16-year-old Kingsville girl who had earned a teaching certificate by passing a state exam; her name was Mary Margaret “Peggie” Loe. Peggie Loe later married Albert Williams, and the couple was blessed with nine children and 44 grandchildren, several of whom grew up to be prominent citizens in Kingsland.
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Llano, TXThe Highland Lakes Hill Country Picayune

Free Llano Summer Concert Series opens June 26

The Llano Summer Concert Series opens with bluegrass and ends with zydeco. The free performances are 6:30-8 p.m. June 26 and July 17, 24, and 31 on the Llano County courthouse lawn, 801 Ford St. The series kicks off Saturday, June 26, with The Sieker Band, a Central Texas bluegrass...
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Lampasas 4-H members place at Texas Roundup

Lampasas County 4-H members participated at the 75th annual Texas 4-H Roundup in College Station, held June 8-10. Texas 4-H Roundup is considered the pinnacle event for the organization, with approximately 1,300 youth competing in 50 diverse competitions. The contests included both qualifying events, where 4-H members qualified at their county and district contests to compete at the state level,…
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Daily Weather Forecast For Kingsland

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Kingsland: Thursday, June 17: Sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Friday, June 18: Sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Saturday, June 19: Sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Sunday, June 20: Sunny during the
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Slide Into Marble Falls

A 1,000-foot waterslide takes over Third Street in downtown Marble Falls on Saturday-Sunday, June 19-20. Marble Falls/Lake LBJ Chamber of Commerce representatives Mindy Miller and Jarrod Metzgar, along with Ms. Lollipop, made their way into the KBEY 103.9 FM studio to have a good time with Ed Chandler and talk about the event. Read more about Slide Into Marble Falls at 101HighlandLakes.com.
San Saba, TXSan Saba News & Star

Happy Herman's Hideaway

(This article was originally supposed to be submitted last week. I know we had sun this week!) Hello dearest San Saba souls, and how have you been this past week? I tell ya, I have been seriously thinking about making a movie titled "The Day Flies Ate Texas!" If I thought I was in a battle with Rowena and her gang, well, it was just a game because what I am waging against flies is full on…
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Pink Out set for Oct. 9 in Marble Falls

Pink Out Marble Falls returns Oct. 9 to celebrate cancer survivors and fighters. Marble Falls Fire Rescue, which organizes the annual event, is finalizing the details, but the main part of the celebration takes place at 5 p.m. that day in Old Oak Square in downtown Marble Falls. Activities and features include a street dance, first responder Olympic games, and the Crossroads Guardians of Hope pink fire truck.
Lampasas, TXlampasasdispatchrecord.com

LHS girls beat powerhouse Burnet in summer hoops

Lampasas’ First Team beat Burnet 38-30 on Monday in the Hill Country Hoops girls’ league in Lampasas. Burnet had several of the same players who were on a 21-3 team in the UIL season this year. The Lady Badgers overcame an early 8-0 deficit to win. Individual scorers included: Payton Tatum 11 Bre Quarles 6 Kyliegh Ball 6 Abigail Williams 4 Kenzie Roberts 3 Aspen Wheeler 2 Addison…
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Livestock ordinance town hall draws dozens

The news of a proposed law to control the type and number of fowl and livestock allowed at Lampasas residences generated quite a buzz around town. Dozens of people attended a town hall meeting Monday night to learn more. For the last two months, Lampasas Chief of Police Sammy Bailey and her department, in consultation with other members of the city staff, have worked to refine an animal…
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