Round Mountain is slated to be the home of a rock crushing plant unless local protestors are successful in getting the permit denied next week.
Local land owners, business owners and ranchers from Round Mountain, Marble Falls and the surrounding area lined US Highway 281 last Saturday and Sunday at the site where Asphalt Inc.
The Johnson City Eagles concluded non-district play with a shutout of the Ingram Tom Moore Warriors, final score Johnson City 51, Ingram Tom Moore 0.
The powerful Eagle defense was led by Linebackers Tony Medrano with 6 tackles, Garrison Wood with 5 tackles, Ethan Heinen with 4 tackles, and Defensive End Jaron Pearce with 7 tackles.
Organizers of the Wild Game Dinner are looking forward to serving a delicious variety of game to a large crowd this Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017, at the Blanco County Show Barn in Johnson City.
This year’s fare includes fried Axis, wild game chili, whole roasted hog, wild boar BBQ, alligator, gumbo, jambalaya, fresh homemade sausage, boiled and fried shrimp, fried pork, brisket, fried taters, along with bacon-wrapped dove and quail.
The lady Eagles had Tuesday night off after defeating the Lady Warriors from Ingram High School last Friday.
The match was decided in three games, Johnson City reaching 25 points before Ingram could break 20. Scores were 25-19, 25-15 and 25-12.
Aleigh Wessels hit ten kills for the night. Also leading on offense was Paige Dalland with nine kills and Bella Mae Swafford with seven kills.
Johnson City, City Council was back to their regularly scheduled meetings on Tuesday, Oct. 3. They met to discuss and hold a public hearing on possible impact fees for future developments. They voted to approve a lease agreement with HC Wireless which could lead to free wireless internet in the city parks and library.