WIMBERLEY — The Burnet Middle School seventh-grade B girls basketball team beat Wimberley, 21-4, Dec. 4.
LAMPASAS — The Marble Falls Middle School eighth-grade C girls basketball team finished third overall at the Lampasas Tournament Dec. 5-6.
Spicewood Elementary School fourth-grader Morgan Hagood shows off the Marble Falls Independent School District Christmas card which features her artwork. The card will be sent across the Texas to other school districts, state officials and organizations.
Eric Boettcher is happy. The former Marble Falls High School girls basketball coach left at…
MARBLE FALLS — The Burnet Middle School C basketball teams lost to Marble Falls Dec. 1.
“All the girls played hard,” coach Keri Waide said.
Erica De La Hoya waits for a teammate to cut to the basket.
The decision by the directors of the Marble Falls Economic Development Corp. to appoint one of their own to a lucrative $73,000-a-year job as special projects coordinator may not be illegal, but that doesn’t make it right.
Having a good time attending this year’s Lambda Nu Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha International’s home-tour event are Ivey Bandy (left) of Lambda Nu; tour attendees Shirley Rudman, Betty Persenaire, Marilynn Huston; and Jan Bailey of Lambda Nu.
MARBLE FALLS — Stars Academy of Cheer and Dance presents “Christmas Cheer with Stars Academy” noon Saturday at the First United Methodist Church.
WIMBERLEY — The Burnet Middle School seventh-grade A girls basketball team beat Wimberley, 26-10, Dec. 4.
“The girls played well,” coach Holly Schilling said.
The Lady Ponies beat Hill Country Middle School, 39-19, and La Vernia, 56-26.
J’Vante Blanchard keeps the shields the ball from the shot blocker.
MARBLE FALLS — The Faith Academy boys and girls basketball teams will play in the Hill Country Tournament beginning today that is sponsored by Hill Country School and Cedar Park Summit.
Though they are thousands of miles from home, members of 3rd Special Troop Battalion, 3rd Brigade, 1st Infantry Division out of Fort Hood currently deployed in Afghanistan still get a touch of Texas thanks to the Highland Lakes Elementary School students and staff. The campus ‘adopted’ Alpha Company last year and sends them letters and care packages.
Wes Hanson and his first deer.
AUSTIN –— The Lower Colorado River Authority board of directors has selected 111 members for…
HIGHLAND LAKES — A Meadowlakes artist has donated two dozen pieces of his artwork to…
When are kids going to learn that making bomb threats at school just isn’t smart?
AUSTIN — The Faith Academy boys basketball team lost to St. Stephens Episcopal, 52-32, Monday.
BURNET — The Burnet High School boys basketball team entered the Dec. 5-6 weekend struggling to put together a complete game and ended up champions of their own Bulldog Classic.