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Fireworks are fun but not always legal; check before you celebrate

EDITOR DANIEL CLIFTON While the Fourth of July is a day for celebration, often with fireworks, local officials are reminding Highland Lakes residents that most cities don’t allow the use, sale, or even possession of them within municipalities. (more…)

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The Fourth of July fireworks show in Marble Falls has been taking place at Lakeside Park, but with construction ongoing at the park, the public viewing location this year will be moved to First Baptist Church of Marble Falls, seen on the horizon across the lake on the far left. That’s not the only change: The city of Marble Falls has taken over the event this year. File photo

New viewing location for 2019 Marble Falls fireworks show

STAFF WRITER JENNIFER FIERRO With construction underway at Lakeside Park, Marble Falls city officials had to find a new location for people to enjoy the annual Fourth of July fireworks display. (more…)

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What’s open and closed July 4? City offices, trash pickup, grocery stores, pharmacies

What’s open and closed July 4? City offices, trash pickup, grocery stores, pharmacies

FROM STAFF REPORTS MARBLE FALLS — While the federal government recognizes July 4 as one of five national holidays, not everyone will have the day off. In fact, at least one service in the Highland Lakes will operate as normal: trash pickup. (more…)

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Instead of shooting your own fireworks, attend a local display such as the Marble Falls Community Fireworks over Lake Marble Falls on July 4. It will make for a safe and fun holiday. For more July 4 events in the Highland Lakes, go to 101HighlandLakes.com. Staff photo by Jared Fields

Fire officials caution care when handling fireworks this Fourth of July

FROM STAFF REPORTS MARBLE FALLS — The Fourth of July is one of the nation’s biggest celebrations, but according to fire officials, it’s also one of the most dangerous due to fires and injuries caused by fireworks. (more…)

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Horseshoe Bay putting on ‘Old-Fashioned Fourth of July’

FROM STAFF REPORTS HORSESHOE BAY — If you want to enjoy an old-fashioned July 4, check out Horseshoe Bay. In fact, the community’s Independence Day festivities are called “An Old-Fashioned Fourth of July.” (more…)

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Fireworks over Lake Marble Falls. Photo by Don Comedy

How to shoot fireworks … with your camera

DANIEL CLIFTON • PICAYUNE EDITOR MARBLE FALLS — The Fourth of July means fireworks. While it’s fun to kick back and enjoy the show, you might be wondering, “How do I photograph those fireworks?” (more…)

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Highland Lakes celebrates Independence Day

PHOTO 1: The skies above Lake Marble Falls dance with colors during the 2013 Marble Falls Community Fireworks display. Thousands of spectators enjoyed July 4 celebrations across the Highland Lakes stretching from Llano to Johnson City and Kingsland to Bertram. Photo by Virgil Belk/Hill Country Sports Images PHOTO 2: Emily Cousins sings an acoustic set […]

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Marble Falls fireworks going off with bigger bang; help still welcome

DANIEL CLIFTON • PICAYUNE EDITOR MARBLE FALLS — Judy Miller can’t imagine a Fourth of July without fireworks. That’s why four years ago, she spearheaded resurrecting the Marble Falls Community Fireworks. (more…)

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