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The old Super S building on Highway 281 South in Johnson City is getting a makeover, and not only will the new look be spectacular, its new purpose will make significant differences in the lives of residents in all of Blanco County. The Texas Housing Foundation (THF) signed the papers Friday to buy the property, and has committed to giving it a thorough facelift, currently being designed by architects. “When it emerges with its new look next year, the Blanco County Comm ...
New Superintendent, Richard Kolek hopes to make Johnson City ISD a District of Innovation, a title which would allow the district to be exempt from certain restrictions and open Johnson City Schools up to different opportunities. Kolek presented the proposal to the school board and community members on Monday, July 17. At Monday’s meeting, the school board also discussed the district’s financial status and upcoming business. District of Innovation During the ...
About a year ago Blanco County agreed to sell the old Annex at North Ave. F and Pecan St. to the Burkhards and they have been working to create office and retail space. The work has been steady and spaces are rented as they become available. The first space was rented by M Style Salon owned by Morgan Moreland Weeks.
“There’s nothing that speaks to the human soul quite the way music does,” says Caroline Welton, American Heritage Girl, who is helping seniors recover memories with music. Partnered with a program called Music and Memory, Caroline is collecting donations of money and music to provide iPods to residents at LBJ Nursing Home in Johnson City.
Blanco County crews worked overnight Tuesday and through Wednesday to oversee cleanup operations and extinguish hot spots of a vegetation fire that consumed over 350 acres in rural Blanco County and injured none. The fire began early afternoon on Tuesday when reports say a resident near FM 1323 and Trails End Rd.

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