Nicole Lynn McKee
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula “For me as a mom, there is a hole in my heart and soul. Nikki wasn’t just my beloved daughter, but also my best friend and soul mate.” These are the tender words of a mom in mourning. Nicole Lynn McKee, 40, was murdered in January 2013, allegedly after... + continue reading

Alexandria Randolph/Staff Post Canteen Manager Tom Fox and Former Post Commander Lloyd Crippen said the environment of the canteen has improved immensely after it became a non-smoking establishment.
Thursday, September 18, 2014
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by Alexandria Randolph In honor of its 40th Anniversary, the Marble Falls Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10376 got a major facelift. “We’ve totally redecorated and repainted,” said Former Post Commander Lloyd Crippen, and added that the biggest change for the post is “we... + continue reading

Ashley Andujo, 9, Emily Greenwood, 7, Harrison Otto, 6, Georgia Bramlett, 7, and Sophia Bramlett, 5, all work together on art projects at the Herman Brown Free Library in Burnet last week.
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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula Although most parents choose to send their children to public, private or parochial schools, an increasing number of families in the region are choosing to home-school their kids. Texas has a lobbying organization, the Texas Home School Coalition Association, to defend... + continue reading

Alexandria Randolph/Staff A Buick ran off the road and ignited the Burnet County Cycles shop Thursday afternoon, Sept. 18.
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by Alexandria Randolph Motorcycles, burning cars and a damaged building usually sum up the action sequences of a Hollywood flick, but it was an accident that may have been a lot worse if not for the help of Marble Falls firefighters on yesterday afternoon, Sept. 19. Marble Falls Police Officer... + continue reading
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By Alexandria Randolph Forecasts show more rain for the area after the Highland Lakes received on Wednesday, Sept. 17, just under four inches and the Austin area a total of 6.01 inches, creating high-water incidents in which a law enforcement officer has gone missing. A Travis County deputy... + continue reading

Nicole Lynn McKee

Alexandria Randolph/Staff Post Canteen Manager Tom Fox and Former Post Commander Lloyd Crippen said the environment of the canteen has improved immensely after it became a non-smoking establishment.

Ashley Andujo, 9, Emily Greenwood, 7, Harrison Otto, 6, Georgia Bramlett, 7, and Sophia Bramlett, 5, all work together on art projects at the Herman Brown Free Library in Burnet last week.

Alexandria Randolph/Staff A Buick ran off the road and ignited the Burnet County Cycles shop Thursday afternoon, Sept. 18.

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By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula The Highland Haven board of aldermen voted Tuesday, Sept. 16, to keep its property taxes at $.1125 per $100 property valuation, a city official said Thursday. “We have low taxes because we keep our expenses low,” said Mayor Irene Dauphin. She explained the... + continue reading
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By James Walker Central Texans’ primary drinking water supply will be significantly better protected by a new plan for managing the water in the Highland Lakes, stakeholders from the Colorado River’s upper basin said after what many termed a historic vote this week. The Lower Colorado... + continue reading

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Nicole Lynn McKee
09/18/2014 - 0 comment(s)
By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula “For me as a mom, there is a hole in my heart and soul. Nikki wasn’t just my beloved daughter, but also my best friend and soul mate.” These are the tender words of a mom in mourning. Nicole Lynn McKee, 40, was murdered in January 2013, allegedly after... + continue reading

Alexandria Randolph/Staff Post Canteen Manager Tom Fox and Former Post Commander Lloyd Crippen said the environment of the canteen has improved immensely after it became a non-smoking establishment.
09/18/2014 - 0 comment(s)
by Alexandria Randolph In honor of its 40th Anniversary, the Marble Falls Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10376 got a major facelift. “We’ve totally redecorated and repainted,” said Former Post Commander Lloyd Crippen, and added that the biggest change for the post is “we... + continue reading

Ashley Andujo, 9, Emily Greenwood, 7, Harrison Otto, 6, Georgia Bramlett, 7, and Sophia Bramlett, 5, all work together on art projects at the Herman Brown Free Library in Burnet last week.
09/18/2014 - 0 comment(s)
By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula Although most parents choose to send their children to public, private or parochial schools, an increasing number of families in the region are choosing to home-school their kids. Texas has a lobbying organization, the Texas Home School Coalition Association, to defend... + continue reading
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Liam Baskin makes return against Vista Ridge in finals
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Marble Falls played Vista Ridge in a dual match in team tennis Friday. The Mustangs came in with a 1-1 record in team tennis. Read all about it in Tuesday's Highlander. + continue reading

Mark Goodson/staff Tyler Ryan races for yardage in Friday's 40-7 victory.
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Marble Falls linebacker Jeff Ramey makes his way through agility drills.
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Quarterback Brennen Wooten had a solid sophomore season to earn him a scholarship offer from TCU. Wooten has committed to the TCU program, but still has two years left to play at Marble Falls High School.
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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 Emily Hilley-Sierzchula.   Marble Falls High School theater students are gracing the stage of one of the oldest venues in the city this week. With the help of two student... + continue reading

Brad and Rachel Wright of Ft Worth and Sandra Phelps of Fort Worth just in from a ride on the wave runner.
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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