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Johnson City School Board has held several meetings during the month of April to finalize staffing changes for the ISD with another meeting scheduled for noon Thursday to consider teacher contract renewals and separation agreements. Most notably the school board accepted the retirement of High School Principal, Julie Storer. Newly hired during the month of April, Derek Daniel will begin his role as high school principal on May 29, 2018. The board also accepted the retirement of long-time ...
Continuing the streak which began in 2003, the Johnson City FFA wildlife team recently qualified for the State contest which will be held at the Texas Tech Campus in Junction on April 24, 2018. The team of Grey Grote, Brinley Portie, Brett Sultemeier, and Colby Turner placed fourth in the Area contest at the Angelo State University Campus in San Angelo on April 3.
The Lady Eagle softball team did not let the fact that they were playing on Friday 13 scare them. Instead, the Lady Eagles ended the game two innings early, defeating the visiting Comfort Deer 14-4 in five frames. Comfort scored a lone run in the first inning, hoping to gain a win.
The 2018 Eagle Tennis season ended with a flurry of extremely competitive and hard-fought victories and defeats. Congratulations to Braulio Icaza and Juan Guerrero on winning the 2018 Llano Spring Smash Boys Varsity Doubles Championship on Friday, March 2. Determination, effort, and smart play earned these two Eagle leaders first place in varsity competition soundly defeating quality opposition from Llano, Brady, and San Saba. Our Eagles produced another champion on Saturday, March 31 in ...
State Declares April 9-13 Dispatcher Appreciation Week
“Blanco County 911, what is your emergency?” Words many of us hear at some point during our most dire situations. The voice behind the words is a nameless and faceless dispatcher acting as the lifeline for caller and for emergency responder as they navigate an unexpected situation. Surrounded by eight screens that manage active calls for the eight county emergency agencies, locate callers and control jail security, dispatchers are the ultimate multi-taskers during their shifts where the ...

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