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Highland Lakes Habitat for Humanity starting on 21st home

Highland Lakes Habitat for Humanity starting on 21st home

JENNIFER FIERRO • STAFF WRITER HOOVER’S VALLEY — Looks like Mother Nature will cooperate so Highland Lakes Habitat for Humanity volunteers can begin work on the next home. And chapter president Willie Reinders is putting out the call for those volunteers. (more…)

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Serious attack highlights lesson on approaching strange dogs

DANIEL CLIFTON • EDITOR HOOVER’S VALLEY — Judy Kitchens doesn’t remember the actual attack, but she lives with the aftermath. “I guess I put my arm up to try and protect myself,” she said. Kitchens counts off the dog bites on her left hand and wrist — three on the top of her hand, two […]

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LCRA, PEC grants benefit Burnet playscape, Hoover Valley VFD

FROM STAFF REPORTS BURNET — A $25,000 grant will brighten a lot of children’s faces who enjoy playing at Hamilton Creek Park in Burnet. The funds, from the Lower Colorado River Authority, will go to replace a 22-year-old playscape. It was one of two grants the LCRA announced Nov. 16 that benefits two Highland Lakes […]

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Toddler killed, 10-year-old hurt in Hoover’s Valley rollover

FROM STAFF REPORTS HOOVER’S VALLEY — A 2-year-old boy has died and a 10-year-old child is in serious condition after a pickup truck rollover on a rural road in Burnet County, according to a Texas Department of Public Safety report. The rollover was reported at 2:43 p.m. July 26 on CR 116 in Hoover’s Valley. […]

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Hoover’s Valley father of 7 seriously injured in ATV crash

CONNIE SWINNEY • STAFF WRITER HOOVER’S VALLEY —  A father of seven fights for his life at University Medical Center Brackenridge after an all-terrain vehicle accident on CR 118 on what was supposed to be a night of fun with friends, according to family members. (more…)

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Elderly woman dies in a fire at Hoover’s Valley residence

FROM STAFF REPORTS HOOVER’S VALLEY — A woman died July 10 in a residential fire in which dispatchers received a medical pendant notification prior to a neighbor’s call about the house engulfed in flames. The occupant of the home — believed to be 96-year-old Hazel Etter — died in the blaze, according to the Burnet […]

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Hoover’s Valley brush blaze reminder of fire danger

DANIEL CLIFTON • PICAYUNE EDITOR HOOVER’S VALLEY — Though a brush fire Aug. 3 only burned between four and six acres, officials continue to monitor outdoor conditions. “As wildfires go it was rather mild in the way it behaved,” said Herb Darling, Burnet County environmental services director. “Right now (range) conditions aren’t poor, but we […]

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Spicewood, Hoover’s Valley hearings set for taxing districts

CONNIE SWINNEY • PICAYUNE STAFF SPICEWOOD — Two volunteer fire departments will host public hearings  for proposed Emergency Services Taxing Districts (ESDs) in August that could go before voters in the fall, official said. If proposed Spicewood ESD No. 9 and Hoover’s Valley ESD No. 10 are approved, the entities can tax up to 10 […]

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