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Marble Falls woman killed in Grimes County accident
An accident in Grimes County left one person dead and another injured early Tuesday. Officials with the Texas Department of Public Safety said the accident involved a car and a pickup and happened around 8 a.m. on Texas 30, just east of County Road 190.
Executive director of Marble Falls chamber, CVB resigning
Patti Zinsmeyer is resigning as executive director of the Marble Falls/Lake LBJ Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau effective Dec. 31. The resignation was announced Dec. 10, although she had told chamber leadership her decision Nov. 29.
Immigration Legal Services now helping citizenship-seekers from office in Marble Falls
Undocumented people living in the United States and wanting to start the process of becoming citizens often turn to notarios publicos. In Latin America, notarios publicos are trained legal professionals, similar to attorneys.
Raise Your Voices and Spirits at ‘Sounds of Christmas’ Sing-Along
Are you trying to get into the Christmas spirit, but — despite the holiday lights and Hallmark Channel specials — you just can’t seem to. Well, you might need a good dose of Christmas music featuring a Carnegie Hall-performing choir.
Expect the Unexpected at Heart of Texas Orchestra’s ‘Vintage Christmas’ Concert
Even when you’re performing a traditional Christmas concert, it’s good to add your own spin to one or two songs or just drop in something unexpected. It’s good for the musicians, and it’s great for the audience.
Celebrate Christmas Celtic Style at ‘Nollaig’ Concert
The Irish Christmas tradition forgoes the overt commercialism of the season for a holiday of togetherness. You can get a taste of that tradition at 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 15, at Trinity Episcopal Church of Marble Falls during The Here & Now’s third annual “Nollaig: A Celtic Christmas Celebration.” —
KISD selects Gatesville ISD leader as deputy superintendent
Gatesville ISD Superintendent Eric Penrod was appointed deputy superintendent of Killeen ISD, the area’s largest school district, by the KISD school board Tuesday night. The board approved Superintendent John Craft's recommendation to hire Penrod in a 5-0 vote. Purser and Rainwater were absent.
Austin Fairy Godmother in Leander to close Jan. 20
Austin Fairy Godmother will be closing its boutique at 10303 E. Crystal Falls Parkway, Leander, on Jan. 20 due to the cost of rental space, according to a statement on the organization’s website. The foundation offers affordable dress rentals for proms, homecoming dances, quinceaneras and other form
Burnet County Jail bookings for the period of Nov. 30-Dec. 6
The following people were arrested and booked into the Burnet County Jail during the period of Nov. 30-Dec. 6, 2018, according to Burnet County sheriff’s logs. City of residence and release information are listed when available. This list does not constitute an official court document, and all perso
Special election set for Double Horn mayor, aldermen, marshal
Burnet County commissioners canvassed votes during its regular meeting Dec. 11 from the Dec. 6 incorporation election for Double Horn, officially making the Spicewood-area neighborhood a city.
Crash on NB I-35 causes traffic delays through rush hour
AUSTIN (KXAN) -- A crash on northbound I-35 at Grand Avenue Pkwy east of Wells Branch in Windemere shuts down two lanes Monday evening. TxDOT tweeted around 4:50 p.m. about the lane closures. Tow trucks went to the scene to clear the crash.
Tool store will take the place of Marble Falls furniture market
A nationwide tool store will move into the Designers Furniture Market building in Marble Falls. The furniture store, 3300 U.S. 281 North, is in the final days of a merchandise sale before it closes its doors.
Runnin’ Panthers beat Glenn behind huge first-half run
Following a successful trip to Marble Falls for a tournament in which they went 4-1, the Panthers built on that momentum with a 59-49 win over Leander Glenn at home Tuesday to bring their overall record to an impressive 9-2.
Chamber: Walkway of Lights is staying at Lakeside Park
News of a $3.2 million contract awarded for Marble Falls park improvements quickly sparked words of remorse for the supposed loss of the beloved Walkway of Lights. Commenters on the DailyTrib.com Facebook page interpreted a story about work on a sandy beach at Lakeside Park as the end of the annual
Cedar Park dog beaten with sledgehammer has died
CEDAR PARK, Texas — UPDATE:The Cedar Park pit bull beaten with a sledgehammer two months ago by its owner has died. Country was 3-years-old. He spent weeks in an animal hospital, but succumbed to his injuries this week.
Unicorns take second in 6A division at Marble Falls event
MARBLE FALLS — The New Braunfels boys golf team finished in second place in the Class 6A division at the Marble Falls Boys Classic last week. The Unicorns recorded a two-round total of 654 to finish as the runner-up behind Pearce (642). New Braunfels was led by Lucky Boonsrirat’s 158, which gave him
Austin Firm Tapped To Build Texas Bullion Depository In Leander
AUSTIN, TEXAS — The Texas Comptroller's office announced that Lone Star Tangible Assets (LSTA) has selected Austin-based MHT Constructors, LLC, as general contractor to build the Texas Bullion Depository.
Two 16-year-old girls arrested in fatal shooting at Texas Walmart
Two 16-year-old girls were arrested Friday in the fatal shooting of an 18-year-old at a Walmart in Temple two days earlier. One of the girls turned herself about 7:20 p.m. at the Temple Police Department. The other girl was arrested about an hour later at her home, police said.
Texan Allergy & Sinus Center opens first Katy-area clinic
Texan Allergy & Sinus Center opened its first Katy-area location Dec. 8 at 23530 Kingsland Blvd., Ste. 201, Katy, a spokesperson said. The company, which has about 25 locations across Texas, offers allergy testing and personalized treatment plans, which include allergy shots and allergy drops. These
Subdivision Incorporates in hopes of stopping rock crushing plant
BURNET COUNTY (KXAN) — A central Texas subdivision is planning to incorporate, in hopes of stopping a rock crushing plant from moving in next door. The Big Horn Creek subdivision called a special election Thursday, where residents voted 53.57% in favor of becoming a city.