Year: 2008

Where there’s smoke

Marble Falls Fire Marshal Johnny Caraway (left) and Marble Falls Fire Rescue captains Scott Collard and Coy Guenter discuss the cause of a blaze at Accents Boutique in the 200 block of Avenue H Saturday. The fire caused minimal damage in the store.

Waiting for Santa

Quinton Collins (left) and Miguel Garza (right) enjoy a dance with Marble Falls Middle School secretary Karen Morris during the Highland Lakes Service League’s Christmas party Friday for special-needs adults and children. Collins and Garza are former Marble Falls High School students, but enjoyed the chance to see some of their friends and former teachers. The party commemorated its 10th anniversary this year. 

Lady Stangs beat Del Valle yet again

DEL VALLE — Make it three of the last four. 

That’s the number of wins the Marble Falls High School girls basketball team has enjoyed against Del Valle since the 2005-2006 season. The victories have come in the postseason when both squads have battled for the right to advance. 

Waiting for Santa

Quinton Collins (left) and Miguel Garza (right) enjoy a dance with Marble Falls Middle School secretary Karen Morris during the Highland Lakes Service League’s Christmas party Friday for special-needs adults and children. Collins and Garza are former Marble Falls High School students, but enjoyed the chance to see some of their friends and former teachers. The party commemorated its 10th anniversary this year. 

Spicewood Elementary School heads for the presses

Spicewood Elementary School teacher Jamie Horn (right) helps Hannah Marks develop an advertisement layout for a student newspaper. About 20 students have joined the newspaper-yearbook club to help with the two campus publications. Sponsors said the first edition should hit the halls in late January.