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Sellers, shoppers converge on Burnet square for city-wide garage sale Nov. 1

DANIEL CLIFTON • PICAYUNE EDITOR BURNET — The Burnet City-Wide Garage Sale is around the corner, so if you have something to sell, you better get on the phone and reserve a vendor spot. And if you’re looking to buy, you better set aside your nickels and dimes because you’re going to have a lot [...]

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Burnet’s Texas Tea-Licious serves up murder mystery Oct. 25

DANIEL CLIFTON • PICAYUNE EDITOR BURNET — Often, when “mystery” and “dining” are mentioned in the same breath, the question likely revolves around a “mystery meat” or “What was that we just ate?” Well, that’s not what you’ll be asking if you are dining at Texas Tea-Licious on Oct. 25, because the question then will [...]

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Coffee, doughnuts and a discussion about the future of Burnet on Oct. 17

DANIEL CLIFTON • PICAYUNE EDITOR BURNET — If you’re a Burnet business owner or a community member who wants to get involved with the future of the city, Mark Lewis wants to meet with you Oct. 17. And he’s bringing coffee and doughnuts.

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‘Map Your Way to Burnet’ for plein air competition and exhibit

FROM STAFF REPORTS BURNET — The first “Map Your Way to Burnet” plein air festival and exhibit is turning into a national affair, and one to which everybody is invited — even if you’re not sure what “plein air” means. Plein air basically means painting “in the open air.” In other words, artists will scatter [...]

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Kids’ Day Out in Burnet offers day of fun and food for free

DANIEL CLIFTON • PICAYUNE EDITOR BURNET — After a couple weeks in school, there’s one thing every kid needs: a day out. How fortunate that the Burnet County Fair and Rodeo Association came up with the same idea 10 years ago with the first Kids’ Day Out. Now, a decade later, association members are still [...]

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Aaron Watson wrapping up Burnet’s Summer Concert Series

FROM STAFF REPORTS BURNET — When it comes to his music, Texas singer-songwriter Aaron Watson says three things inspire him: family, fans and faith.

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Highland Lakes schools delaying classes two hours

From Staff Reports MARBLE FALLS — Area school districts are holding off on the first bell March 4 due to the inclement weather. Burnet Consolidated Independent School District, Llano Independent School District, Faith Academy and Marble Falls Independent School District officials announced just after 5 a.m. that they are delaying classes by two hours.

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Burnet, Marble Falls and Faith Academy schools canceled; Llano ISD on two-hour delay

MARBLE FALLS — Several area schools are canceling classes for Jan. 28 due to inclement weather. Marble Falls, Burnet and Faith Academy officials announced the cancellation of classes the morning of Jan. 28. Llano school district is on a two-hour delay. A band of wintery mix during the overnight hours brought freezing temperature and sleet [...]

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Burnet officials caution residents about over-the-phone utility scam

FROM STAFF REPORTS BURNET — Burnet residents should remain cautious if they receive a call from somebody claiming to be from the city of Burnet demanding payment for past-due utility bills. According to city officials, several Burnet residents have reported getting calls from an individual describing himself or herself as a city employee. The caller [...]

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Burnet going to Stage 2 restrictions, including mandatory watering schedule

FROM STAFF REPORTS BURNET — Burnet residents Oct. 1 must observe Stage 2 water restrictions, which include following a mandatory watering schedule, according to a city news release. City water customers will be required to follow the schedule on designated days. Outdoor watering is prohibited between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.

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Burnet first responder realizes saving lives includes hers, too

DANIEL CLIFTON • PICAYUNE EDITOR BURNET — Lacy Huffstuttler smiled at the thought of buying new clothes. She wasn’t just thinking about the latest fashions but a wardrobe in a new size. “None of my clothes fit,” she said. “So I guess I have to go shopping.”

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Explore frontier days at Fort Croghan

If you want a glimpse back in time to the days of the early frontier in Texas, visit Fort Croghan in Burnet. Home of Company C 8th Infantry, USA until 1853, Fort Croghan was established in 1849 in what is now Burnet, Texas.

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Art galleries in the Highland Lakes

Both local and out-of-town artists are inspired by the natural beauty of the Highland Lakes. Area art galleries often host exhibits and hold frequent workshops. You’ll find art of every kind from landscape paintings to bronze sculptures to contemporary photographs. Support a local artist or become one yourself! Visit a Highland Lakes Art Gallery today!

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Visit the Burnet County Courthouse

The Burnet County Courthouse is one of the most modern courthouses in the Highland Lakes. Completed in 1937, the granite, box-like structure is the third building used as a courthouse in Burnet.

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