Contributed. Colt Elementary students show their projects, Wednesday, Feb. 25, which they made out of the pages of Ashley Spires' The Most Magnificent Thing.
Thursday, March 5, 2015
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula In a culmination of a month-long project that began before Thanksgiving, around 30 gifted and talented (GT) students, from all four Marble Falls Independent School District (MFISD) elementary campuses, met Wednesday, Feb. 25, with the author of a book they “hacked.”... + continue reading

Dozens of jars of herbs, used for cooking, making juice, and in herbal tinctures, line the kitchen walls at Foxglove Botanicals in Cottonwood Shores.
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula The senses are enlivened by sights and smells when walking through the door of Foxglove Botanicals Juice Bar... + continue reading
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
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by James Walker Members of the Smoking for Jesus Ministry say they will not be deterred or intimidated by the burning of a cross in front of the sign at the entrance to their church near Kingsland on Sunday night, March 1. “We come from one of the roughest areas in New Orleans where bad people... + continue reading

Mark Goodson/The Highlander Marble Falls' Sam Kohutek signs with Mary Hardin Baylor on Monday. His mother Kimberlee is in the background.
Monday, March 2, 2015
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Marble Falls lineman Sam Kohutek signed Monday with Mary Hardin Baylor University. Kohutek, a three-year starter for the Mustangs, joins the NCAA division III school in Belton. Kohutek is one of five senior offensive linemen in the Mustangs rotation of linemen. For more, please read Friday's... + continue reading

Dancing is high on the priorities list for Lili Biglari, 10, (left) and Hannah Foley, 10, (middle) who were accepted into the prestigious Bolshoi Ballet Academy in Connecticut. Caroline Jamail, 10, (right) was accepted into the Ballet Austin Academy.
Monday, March 2, 2015
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula Saying the word “Bolshoi” to a ballet dancer is likely to make a heart flutter and a mind yearn for something magnificent but almost unattainable. Founded in 1776 and based in Moscow, Bolshoi Ballet is the oldest and most renowned classical ballet company in the world... + continue reading

Contributed. Colt Elementary students show their projects, Wednesday, Feb. 25, which they made out of the pages of Ashley Spires' The Most Magnificent Thing.

Dozens of jars of herbs, used for cooking, making juice, and in herbal tinctures, line the kitchen walls at Foxglove Botanicals in Cottonwood Shores.

Mark Goodson/The Highlander Marble Falls' Sam Kohutek signs with Mary Hardin Baylor on Monday. His mother Kimberlee is in the background.

Dancing is high on the priorities list for Lili Biglari, 10, (left) and Hannah Foley, 10, (middle) who were accepted into the prestigious Bolshoi Ballet Academy in Connecticut. Caroline Jamail, 10, (right) was accepted into the Ballet Austin Academy.

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Two Marble Falls Independent School District administrators and the retirement of the principal of Highland Lakes Elementary has caused central office staff to reorganize, officials said in a statement Thursday, March 5. Lee Courville, director of elementary curriculum, is moving to the Houston... + continue reading
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It’s almost time for the 3rd Annual Marble Falls Walk-A-Dog-A-Thon, an event aimed at saving shelter dogs from destruction. The walk will be sponsored 10 a.m.-2 p.m., March 7, by the Highland Lakes Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), which operates a no-kill sanctuary and... + continue reading

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Contributed. Colt Elementary students show their projects, Wednesday, Feb. 25, which they made out of the pages of Ashley Spires' The Most Magnificent Thing.
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula In a culmination of a month-long project that began before Thanksgiving, around 30 gifted and talented (GT) students, from all four Marble Falls Independent School District (MFISD) elementary campuses, met Wednesday, Feb. 25, with the author of a book they “hacked.”... + continue reading

Dozens of jars of herbs, used for cooking, making juice, and in herbal tinctures, line the kitchen walls at Foxglove Botanicals in Cottonwood Shores.
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula The senses are enlivened by sights and smells when walking through the door of Foxglove Botanicals Juice Bar... + continue reading
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by James Walker Members of the Smoking for Jesus Ministry say they will not be deterred or intimidated by the burning of a cross in front of the sign at the entrance to their church near Kingsland on Sunday night, March 1. “We come from one of the roughest areas in New Orleans where bad people... + continue reading
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Mark Goodson/The Highlander Marble Falls' Sam Kohutek signs with Mary Hardin Baylor on Monday. His mother Kimberlee is in the background.
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Marble Falls lineman Sam Kohutek signed Monday with Mary Hardin Baylor University. Kohutek, a three-year starter for the Mustangs, joins the NCAA division III school in Belton. Kohutek is one of... + continue reading

Mark Goodson/The Highlander Faith Academy guard Jayla Reeves is one of three underclassmen starting for the Lady Flames basketball team. Reeves scored four points and had three assists and five steals against Incarnate Word on Tuesday in a warmup game.
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Mark Goodson/The Highlander Kelsie Tackitt drives on the No. 8 hole on the Llano Rive Golf Course. Tackitt shot a personal best 75. She has shot her personal best twice in the last four days.
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Contributed Pokey Park, a returning sculptor in the Sculpture on Main competition, will be entering this artwork for judging.
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by Alexandria Randolph Within a few days, new sculptures will be converging on Main Street for Marble Falls Annual “Sculpture on Main” competition. Sculptures will be installed... + continue reading

Karen Perry, far left, from Houston and Joyce Simpson, far right, from Dallas, look at buttons with Freda Knight, middle, and Cynthia Boatman, who are both members of the Ft. Worth Button Club.
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MFHS theater students Corey Bogue, Katie Mintz and Robynne Sisco-Martinez manage to play roles much older than their years.
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By Ed Sterling. AUSTIN — Tensions continued last week, concerning the tens of thousands of Central Americans — primarily unaccompanied minors and women with small children... + continue reading