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  1. Chase still cold
  2. High and Dry
  3. PEC, BEC directors to dissolve Texland entities
  4. Judge asked to remove himself in PEC money laundering trial
  5. Mustangs crown court after rain delay
  6. Summit: Children more at risk for H1N1 flu
  7. Water Tower Signals Progress
  8. Health care, term limits dominate Tea Party meeting
  9. Boat plows through Kingsland dock
  10. HSB's Dick Simpson mourned
  11. 32nd Oatmeal Festival brings weekend throng to Bertram
  12. Boat plows through Kingsland dock
  13. Meadowlakes adopts bylaws for public facility corporation
  14. Firefighters save house from flames
  15. Special group will oversee county jail
  16. Lady Dawgs dominate for home crowd
  17. PEC challenges 92-percent hike in Blanco property taxes
  18. Obama's speech delayed in local classrooms
  19. City continues construction on hospital water tower
  20. High School principal resigns
  21. Water tower, utilities work shows hospital development on course
  22. TxDOT ignores pleas, rejects school zone
  23. Highland Lakes report up to 1.5 inches
  24. 9/11 ceremony honors past, present patriots
  25. Past,present patriots honored
  26. Granite Shoals resident arrested after drug bust
  27. Main Street Market Day postponed
  28. Welcome Home Burnet Graduates
  29. Bulldogs beat Mustangs 22-20
  30. Kids' Day Out postponed to later this month
  31. Flash flood warning until 7 p.m. for eastern Burnet County
  32. Chance of rain 30 percent tonight, and on Monday
  33. Rainfall almost 6 inches in some places
  34. MF council members divided on curfew extension for alcohol sales
  35. Honoring past, present patriots
  36. Llano County lifts burn ban
  37. Spicewood Derby delayed to Saturday
  38. Burnet County lifts burn ban
  39. Texas Nation closes
  40. ArtHaus to hold soap-making class
  41. Spicewood Demolition Derby delayed to Saturday
  42. Burn ban lifted after rainy weekend
  43. Rain convinces county to lift burn ban
  44. City OKs $10.3 million budget for 2009-2010
  45. Burnet Council OKs tax hike
  46. Llano Commissioners Court approves budget, tax rate
  47. TxDOT reverses course, Colt Elementary to get school zone
  48. Curfew forcing Lorraine's to close
  49. Transmission projects plan to use steel towers
  50. Safety wins out for Colt Elementary
  51. HSB picks site for 1st street repairs
  52. Wine, food fest begins in M'Falls
  53. KWSC's water plant construction continues
  54. Registration open for charity fishing tourney
  55. First case of H1N1 flu confirmed at Llano High School
  56. Llano picks up first win of the season
  57. Work starts on Cottonwood Shores water pipeline
  58. Bulldogs whip Manor, 41-0
  59. Granite Shoals adopts reduced tax rate
  60. MFISD Approves Campus Improvement Plans
  61. PEC writes off $250,000 month in uncollectables
  62. Flu hits quickly, not as severe as first thought
  63. Fair promotes health, wellness of area youth
  64. Music lovers flock to Lorraine's for last show
  65. Local man lands big catch
  66. Authorities search for escapee
  67. Thomas economic engine for Burnet
  68. Long-awaited floodplain maps released
  69. Thomas event economic engine for Burnet
  70. Transmission projects plan to use steel towers
  71. Authorities capture escapee
  72. First case of H1N1 flu confirmed at Llano High School
  73. Authorities seize meth lab in Kingsland
  74. Former cemetery treasurer pleads guilty to theft, ordered to pay $78,000 fine
  75. Burnet County women devote lives to horses
  76. Cottonwood Shores passes budget, tax increase
  77. Lakeside home burglaries still unsolved
  78. MFISD enrollment up first time in years
  79. Hospitality association endorses efforts to extend hours for alcohol sales
  80. Authorities seize meth lab, arrest suspect in Kingsland
  81. This is the weekend!
  82. Devoe trial to begin Monday
  83. Bat with rabies found outside MFES; School board sends letter home
  84. Kids' Day Out this Saturday
  85. Sex offender flees police
  86. Burnet loses district opener
  87. Witnesses give tearful testimony at Devoe trial
  88. Marble Falls adopts tighter budget, new water-rate plan
  89. Drought brings water worries to Spicewood subdivision
  90. LCRA answers lawsuit, claims `fraction' due
  91. Fireworks return to Marble Falls
  92. H1N1 town hall meeting scheduled for Thursday
  93. MFISD to draft procedural handbook
  94. Screams stopped band, Devoe seen leaving bar
  95. Lakeside homes target of burglaries
  96. Inks Lake golf assets for sale
  97. Plane crashes into Inks Lake
  98. Entire Highland Lakes area loses Internet Wednesday morning
  99. Burnet man's cooperation key to Devoe's capture, trial testimony reveals
  100. Market Day, Citywide Garage Sale Saturday
  101. M'Falls choir kicks off season Monday
  102. Search continues for missing pilot in Inks Lake crash
  103. Meadowlakes, Marble Falls to work together on water management efforts
  104. Devoe: `I just wish I'd never had that gun'
  105. Devoe cries as jury finds him guilty
  106. Sheriff's deputy dies in single-vehicle crash
  107. Drive time: Bulldogs beat Liberty Hill, 48-6
  108. Fall Fest continues Saturday, Sunday
  109. Deputy `family man' with big heart
  110. Devoe murder trial sentencing begins
  111. C'Shores asks Rangers to probe former officials
  112. Zeke's Bar & Grill begins non-profit taxi service
  113. Our Father's House plans explored Oct. 8
  114. More questions than answers as jury decides Devoe's fate
  115. Campers find missing pilot's body
  116. City council receives flood ordinance
  117. TV star James Drury special guest at upcoming Heritage Days Festival
  118. Deputy remembered for love of family, children
  119. This weeks Puzzle Answers
  120. Court hears details of Devoe's childhood, early life as trial enters final days
  121. Conaway to hold health care town hall meeting
  122. Commissioners Court to meet Tuesday
  123. Future training site needs financial infusion
  124. Historical granite building may house museum addition
  125. Cheerleaders raise fund for Gator Bowl trip
  126. Paul Devoe gets death sentence
  127. Residents decry street upgrades
  128. Court to reconvene Oct. 16 on motion to disqualify lawyer in PEC money laundering cas
  129. Bulldogs beat Llano 24-10
  130. California Valley Guy relocating to Hill Country
  131. First newly drilled water wells now registered in county
  132. Working: A look at people on the job Anna Johns, the smiling waitress
  133. Rice farmers warned they could have water cut back or cut off next year
  134. Conaway: Plan would cripple Medicare
  135. Association to negotiate contract for new skate park
  136. Student absences up in MF schools
  137. Rainfall brings optimism to Spicewood community
  138. Mom: No need for another Devoe trial
  139. Granite Shoals VFD fire safety event successful
  140. County questions LCRA's modified septic regulations
  141. Court approves new library automation system
  142. Red Top Jail group raises $1,200 during garage sale
  143. NatureFest, Fort Croghan Day educational fun
  144. Llano to celebrate Heritage Day, Cook-Off
  145. Column: Burnet newest author -- Carole Goble, 77
  146. Burnet Council considers ban on cell phones in school zones
  147. Bertram upholds alcohol ban on ball field
  148. Thomas the Train a big hit in Burnet, drawing about 16,000 over three days
  149. Marble Falls reaches settlement with former employee
  150. NOTICE: Buckaroo Ball moves to dryer ground
  151. City settles with former employee
  152. `Meet on Main' launches Nov. 5
  153. Petition asks $40,000 more in exemptions for seniors, disabled
  154. Expert: Dancing `slows' Alzheimer's
  155. Judge remembered as easy-going, fair
  156. `Stangs looking for win over Hippos
  157. Four arrested in Cottonwood Shores drug bust
  158. Mistake-prone Bulldogs eke out win
  159. Fire destroys home in Cottonwood Shores
  160. PEC members protest delay in changing bylaws
  161. New logo, date set for clean-up
  162. Innocent plea entered in deaths of father, children
  163. Lakes get ready for fish tourney
  164. Volunteers needed for Gone Fishing for Kids fishing tournament and concert Oct. 24 an
  165. Llano passes flood damage prevention ordinance
  166. County looks at regional treatment plant idea
  167. Local team wins Chuck Wagon Cook-Off
  168. Vote on amendments sales tax set Nov. 3
  169. Chamber elects officers; open house on Friday
  170. Waterline breaks, damages home in Cottonwood Shores
  171. City settles suit to clean up neighborhood `junkyard'
  172. Kids Fishing fest continues, but flood causes Burnet event to be postponed
  173. Woman dies after flashflood sweeps Jeep off roadway
  174. Storm saturates area, delays schools
  175. Burnet jail cited in surprise visit
  176. Hearing has victim `scared to death'
  177. Man arrested in connection with lakeside burglaries
  178. Judge denies inmate's bond-reduction request
  179. Marble Falls council members say LCRA contract suspension would stunt area growth
  180. Fishing for Kids awards grand prize
  181. Welcome rain raises lake levels
  182. Bond-reduction request denied
  183. Bertram father killed in wreck
  184. MFMS Book Fair continues through Friday
  185. Old candle factory site of future vocational school
  186. MFHS theatre to perform Rumpelstiltskin
  187. Voting locations in Llano County
  188. Burnet County voting locations
  189. Concern aired at proposal to curb water
  190. K'Land flood damage gets county attention
  191. Llano loses respected educator
  192. LCHA approves purchase of ambulance chassis
  193. Granite Shoals City Council hears report on final ESD #3 informational meeting to be
  194. Homecoming King and Queen
  195. Bertram father dies in Austin crash
  196. Services set for woman killed in flashflood
  197. City Council approves cell phone ban
  198. Marble Falls merchants run into TxDOT roadblock
  199. County: Proposed transmission line could be worse
  200. Meadowlakes mayor initiates curfew survey
  201. Flu vaccine scarce, H1N1 trickling in
  202. 3rd Sculpture on Main kicks off Saturday
  203. PEC members to receive capital credits by check
  204. LCRA's firm-water customers discuss options in drought recovery
  205. Officials form alliance to answer water needs
  206. Voters to decide on EMS districts, tax issues and state amendments
  207. Philanthropist Fickett dies
  208. `Meet on Main' launches Nov. 5
  209. Mining firm to remove `blasting' signs on US 281
  210. Marble Falls, Granite Shoals voters nix ESDs; Briggs/Oakalla roundly approve theirs
  211. HSB OKs sales tax by 80%
  212. State passes 11 propositions; one falls short in Burnet County
  213. State passes 11 props, 2 fail in Llano
  214. Tailgating Trunk or Treat
  215. MFHS students safe after Fort Hood visit
  216. Congress gives homebuyers a break
  217. MFISD schools win Gold Performance Awards
  218. M'Falls, G'Shoals VFDs to regroup after vote
  219. MFHS students safe after Fort Hood visit
  220. US 281 bridge over lake set for 2010 start
  221. Charles Bankston Dec. 30, 1921 ~ Nov. 3, 2009
  222. Burnet student critical in wreck
  223. Gov. Perry: Texas continues to support victims, families, military
  224. To Our Llano County Journal Subscribers:
  225. To Our Burnet Bulletin Subscribers:
  226. Marble Falls not jeopardized by LCRA proposal
  227. Students `safe' at Fort Hood; Rotary Club visit cut short after shooting
  228. Camp reaches out to families at Fort Hood
  229. MFISD wins 11 TEA `Gold' awards
  230. Llano County opposes G'Shoals petition
  231. Volunteers needed at Walkway of Lights
  232. Christmas Outreach barbecue heads Granite Shoals civic work Saturday
  233. `Agape' reaches out to Fort Hood families
  234. Charges continue to mount against lake burglary suspect
  235. County to lease recycling center, generate revenue
  236. Chamber presents Hunter Appreciation event
  237. Ex-patriots reflect on fall of Berlin Wall
  238. Bertram council wants roof fixed before discussion on any improvements
  239. Burnet updating building codes
  240. Community pays tribute to past, present service men and women
  241. Come meet local authors
  242. Wilderness Cove adamant Horseshoe Bay annex it
  243. EDC votes to add archway to list
  244. Marble Falls community cleanup scheduled Saturday
  245. Hoys make second missionary trip to Africa
  246. Tax revenue: Area cities better off
  247. Bonds OK'd for vocational school in MF
  248. Rescinding vote irks developer in Meadowlakes
  249. G'Shoals police holds fundraiser
  250. Aggie Christmas Party Dec. 3