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Sunrise Beach mayor defeats councilman challenger

FROM STAFF REPORTS SUNRISE BEACH — Incumbent Mayor Pat Frain will maintain her leadership role with the city of Sunrise Beach after her wide-margin defeat of challenger and councilman Lou Henson, according to unofficial election results posted May 10. Frain received 155 votes (68 percent). Henson received 73 votes (32 percent).

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Highland Lakes doctors report more flu cases this year; shot is the best prevention

FROM STAFF REPORTS BURNET — This year’s flu season is poised to top the previous two years with the number of cases physicians are treating, but doctors said there are ways people can protect themselves. Get the flu shot, said Dr. Charles Michael Franz, the medical director at Seton Highland Lakes and a family practitioner. [...]

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Sunrise Beach VFD, ladies auxiliary raise money for rural department

DANIEL CLIFTON • PICAYUNE EDITOR SUNRISE BEACH — With a spin of the cage, Sunrise Beach Volunteer Fire Department Chief Jim Miiller mixed up a batch of tickets. As the cage came to a rest, inside sat the winning ticket for a $500 VISA gift card.

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Candidates file for Highland Lakes elections on May 11

FROM STAFF REPORTS MARBLE FALLS — When voters head to the polls for the Highland Lakes elections May 11, they’ll find they have a lot of selections on the ballot, with a few exceptions. The filing date for the May elections closed March 1. Residents have until April 11 to register to vote if they [...]

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Sunrise Beach honors officer for saving family from fire

SUNRISE BEACH — While he might have been “doing his duty” when he woke a family of four early one morning as a fire attacked their home, Sunrise Beach council members didn’t necessarily see it that way when they presented Sgt. Clay Keen with a certificate of heroism for those actions. “Your actions have resulted [...]

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