A letter written to parents of Llano Junior High School students stated an alleged threat to students was “completely false.”
The letter, signed by LJHS Principal Todd Keele and dated Tuesday, said the school district was made aware of a threat Saturday that was reported to the Llano Police Department. The report was given to police by the grandparent of a student whose grandchild attends the school.
Anthony Watson hauls in a touchdown pass from Cade Fly during Llano’s rout of rival Brady, 45-0, last Friday. It was the Jackets’ first win of the season.
Llano Recycling Opportunities is holding a three-day open house and hopes to educate the public about its operation at the same time.
The open house is set for 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 26-28 at the 1209 Bessemer Avenue location.
“We want to invite people in and show them what we do,” said LRO board member Jerry Land.
The Llano City Council finalized a tax rate and budget at its meeting on Monday, and also extended the terms of the city manager and city secretary.
The council unanimously approved a tax rate of $0.71936 per $100 valuation. The tax rate is expected to generate just over $1.13 million in the coming fiscal year, with $686,482 going to maintenance and operation funds and $445,309 going to interest and sinking funds.
The tax rate of $0.71936 is a large jump from the $0.416 tax rate passed a ...
This past Wednesday, Llano was visited by a host of dignitaries from the Better Business Bureau to award one of our businesses with a prestigious honor. There are 17,000 members of the Texas BBB that are eligible for this title, but only four are recognized -- and one of those is in Llano.
From the BBB website discussing the award, “Encouraging and supporting ethical business practices is a key purpose of the Better Business Bureau. The Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics is the most pre ...