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Deputies with the Llano County Sheriff's Office should soon get body cameras. The Llano County Commissioners Court on Monday voted to approve the request from Sheriff Bill Blackburn to purchase the cameras and enter a tazer replacement agreement. The request would allow the sheriff to shift funds from vehicles, purchasing three instead of four this fiscal year, and instead use those funds for body cameras and tazers. "We have some investigator vehicles that are needing replacing, but we ...
HSB POA Holiday Open House The Horseshoe Bay Property Owners’ Association will host their annual City Wide Holiday Open House on Tuesday, November 28 from 4 until 7 p.m. at Quail Point Lodge and invites all city residents to attend. This year not only will the POA honor their volunteers for the year, but the Business Alliance will also announce the Citizen of the Year. Entertainment will be provided by the Highland Lakes Men’s Chorus and the Wildflower Dance Troupe.
More than 140 Star Republican Women members, associates and guests paid tribute to long-time Republican leader Dorothy Crockett at the SRW Annual Meeting Tuesday, November 14 at Quail Point Lodge. Ms. Crockett, a resident of Horseshoe Bay since 1970, helped found the Texas Federation of Republican Women in 1955 and the predecessor club to SRW in 1975.
The informational meeting on Asphalt, Inc. LLC’s application for a rock crusher permit in southern Burnet County takes place tonight at the Lakeside Pavilion in Marble Falls at 7 p.m. Opponents of the permit are hosting a Community Rally prior to the meeting beginning at 5:30 p.m. outside Lakeside Pavilion. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality staff will be available at tonight’s meeting to answer questions from the public about the rock crusher permit.
Dolly Parton, Elvis, Sonny and Cher, the Beach Boys and Kiss were amongst the music legendaries that appeared at the Pumpkin Bunch’s annual Halloween party at Quail Point October 19th. The theme, Halloween Night at the Grammies Texas Style, was a hit with guests. Pictured are the group winners.

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