New K9 cop helps keep $250,000 worth of drugs off streets

FROM STAFF REPORTS A speeding stop May 20 turned into a major drug arrest, possibly keeping a quarter of a million dollars worth of drugs off the streets. (more…)

US Postal Service: Spring cleaning extends to your mailbox

Is your mailbox off its hinges or does it have a loose screw? (more…)

Kiwanis Club of Marble Falls can turn you red, white and blue

EDITOR DANIEL CLIFTON Businesses in Marble Falls sport red, white, and blue on patriotic holidays as part of the Kiwanis Club of Marble Falls flag program. (more…)

Mosquito season is here; know the rule of Ds to fight the bite

EDITOR DANIEL CLIFTON You can slap them, zap them, and cuss them, but mosquitoes are here to stay. And with the abundance of rain in the Highland Lakes this spring, you can almost guarantee it will be a banner year for the pesky biters. (more…)

New Marble Falls football coach looking for ‘ah-ha’ moments

STAFF WRITER JENNIFER FIERRO Brian Herman’s not looking at a timeline for how long it will take his players to learn and buy into the Slot-T offense. (more…)

Burnet graduate is first female commander of historic regiment

BY SGT. 1ST CLASS JAMES LALLY • SPECIAL TO DAILYTRIB.COM A Burnet High School graduate made history May 5 as the first woman to take command of one of the oldest regiments in the U.S. Army. (more…)

Joseph’s Hammer hopes to nail down Burnet prison unit chapel

PAM STEVENSON • SPECIAL TO DAILYTRIB.COM Since the construction of the Ellen Halbert Unit in Burnet in 1995, faith-based organizations have borrowed cramped classrooms in the education wing for worship services. That could soon change as members of Joseph’s Hammer met recently with state officials to discuss building a worship center at the women’s prison. […]

Granite Shoals rethinks more tennis courts at sports complex

STAFF WRITER JENNIFER FIERRO Granite Shoals city leaders are re-evaluating the Roddick Youth Tennis Foundation’s plans to build four more tennis courts at Quarry Park. (more…)

New K9 cop helps keep $250,000 worth of drugs off streets

21 May 2019

FROM STAFF REPORTS A speeding stop May 20 turned into a major drug arrest, possibly keeping a quarter of a million dollars worth of drugs off the streets. (more…)

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Mailboxes

US Postal Service: Spring cleaning extends to your mailbox

21 May 2019

Is your mailbox off its hinges or does it have a loose screw? (more…)

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Kiwanis Club of Marble Falls can turn you red, white and blue

Kiwanis Club of Marble Falls can turn you red, white and blue

21 May 2019

EDITOR DANIEL CLIFTON Businesses in Marble Falls sport red, white, and blue on patriotic holidays as part of the Kiwanis Club of Marble Falls flag program. (more…)

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Asian tiger mosquito

Mosquito season is here; know the rule of Ds to fight the bite

21 May 2019

EDITOR DANIEL CLIFTON You can slap them, zap them, and cuss them, but mosquitoes are here to stay. And with the abundance of rain in the Highland Lakes this spring, you can almost guarantee it will be a banner year for the pesky biters. (more…)

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Marble Falls High School football coach Brian Herman

New Marble Falls football coach looking for ‘ah-ha’ moments

20 May 2019

STAFF WRITER JENNIFER FIERRO Brian Herman’s not looking at a timeline for how long it will take his players to learn and buy into the Slot-T offense. (more…)

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Burnet graduate is first female commander of historic regiment

20 May 2019

BY SGT. 1ST CLASS JAMES LALLY • SPECIAL TO DAILYTRIB.COM A Burnet High School graduate made history May 5 as the first woman to take command of one of the oldest regiments in the U.S. Army. (more…)

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Severe storms expected Saturday before sunny Sunday

Severe storms expected Saturday before sunny Sunday

17 May 2019

STAFF WRITER JARED FIELDS Showers and thunderstorms are likely Saturday, May 18, and rainfall totals Friday night into Saturday could top an inch. (more…)

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Ellen Halbert Unit chapel

Joseph’s Hammer hopes to nail down Burnet prison unit chapel

17 May 2019

PAM STEVENSON • SPECIAL TO DAILYTRIB.COM Since the construction of the Ellen Halbert Unit in Burnet in 1995, faith-based organizations have borrowed cramped classrooms in the education wing for worship services. That could soon change as members of Joseph’s Hammer met recently with state officials to discuss building a worship center at the women’s prison. […]

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