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Kenzie Johnson was crowned homecoming queen and Damian Walker was crowned homecoming king prior to Friday’s football game against Austin Eastside.
As fall weather slowly and occasionally makes its way into Llano, Keep Llano Beautiful makes its debut Saturday with the Fall Sweep clean-up. Those who are interested in helping beautify Llano at the clean-up should gather at 8 a.m. at the West Pavilion at Badu Park for trash bags and gloves and to get organized before heading out.
Mitch Dunn got the ride of his life before the Llano-Eastside football game Friday night. Head coach Matt Green told The Llano News the Jacket football team wanted to do this for the 15-year-old boy. So, with the crowd cheering, and the play being broadcast on radio, Mitch Dunn covered about half the gridiron and scored a touchdown, maybe a play that will inspire, and live with, all of us.
It started 50 years ago, in 1967, Lester Inman and Myrtle Oestreich opened the doors to Inman’s Kitchen and Bar-B-Que. It all began in a small red stucco building located at 1006 Berry Street with sawdust on the floor, and three options for meat -- beef brisket, ham and turkey sausage, a unique item created by Lester Inman. Over the years they catered meals for many special occasions, Willie Nelson’s 4th of July Picnic, Huntsville Prison rodeos, parties for Lyndon B Johnson, and many mo ...
The Llano High School classes of 1967 and 1972 celebrated homecoming weekend with class reunions.

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