Llano student has completed NASA program
Some year, somebody totally unknown now will, win the Oscar. Another somebody will be President. And, finally in this paragraph, someone will go to Mars. Might as well be Heath Buttery, a Llano High junior.
“He’s one of our top students,” said physics teacher Neville Triplett. “Pushes you to explain things.”
Heath has taken the first step—yes, one small step.
The Llano County Commissioners reinstated the county-wide burn ban at a lengthy meeting on Monday.
All of the county’s fire chiefs who responded to an inquiry would prefer to reinstate the burn ban reinstated, County Judge Mary Cunningham said.
“It is extremely dry,” she added.
Mason County is the only county bordering Llano County to also have a burn ban in place, according to the Texas A&M Forest Service’s April 10 burn ban map.
It’s a 41-year tradition that brings some of the best musicians to town for a weekend of tricks, licks and good ole, down home music. Only strings are allowed with this group of artists, aging from 3 to, well, a group called the Legends. And yes, there is a fiddle, at least one, in the band.
This is the eighth year for John Caballero to bring the Llano Fiddle Fest Weekend to the Lantex Theater, with the assistance of his faithful group of volunteers that have been involved since he brough ...
The Llano ISD called a special board meeting at noon on Monday to discuss the Level III Grievance brought by Beth McDaniel.
They went into closed session for approximately 20 minutes. Jay Brim, lawyer for McDaniel, was allowed 20 minutes to state the grievance brought by her. Mac Edwards, superintendent for Llano ISD, was then allowed to present the school’s answer to the grievance.
Back in open session, Brim stated that last year and this year, McDaniel taught dual credit courses in En ...
Balloons are released during Go Blue Day held at the Llano County Courthouse last Wednesday.