Surprise Package for Postseason Success

BANDERA—It was a fast and furious first quarter. The Jackets had a couple of trick plays and gained command. It was one after another—literally—and Llano owned an 8-0 advantage. The Friday the 13th bi-district contest was 17 seconds old. 47 minutes and 43 seconds later, the Jackets held aloft a gold football after a convincing 42-26 victory over Crystal City, the school’s first gridiron playoff

It's Crystal Clear!

BANDERA--The Llano High Jackets scored eight points in the first 17 seconds of the game, Friday night, and went on to beat Crystal City, 42-26, in the bi-district round of the Class 4A, Division II football playoffs....

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Voters to Decide Constitutional Amendments

Since the Texas Constitution was adopted in 1876, Texas voters have approved 483 amendments to the Constitution, making it one of the longest state constitutions in the country. The current Texas Legislature has proposed seven more amendments to the Constitution for voters to consider this election cycle ranging from tax exemptions to sports team charitable raffles to whether hunting and fishing

Llano Hosts Spectacular Wild West Days

By Briley MitchellVisitors to Llano crossing the Roy Inks Bridge may have wondered what was happening Thursday evening, as chuck wagons lined the banks of the Llano River, smoke coming from the host wagon, Crossroads from Midland, Texas, and a few more cowboy hats than normal, even for Llano. There was the gathering at Main Street Affairs that looked more like an old west saloon with cowboys and

Callahan Recognizes Student Achievement at Board Meeting

At Monday night’s meeting of the Llano ISD Board of Trustees Superintendent Casey Callahan was glowing in his praise for two of the district’s recent achievements.Callahan recognized Matthew Cohen as a “Commended Student” in the National Merit Scholarship Program. The program tests 1.5 million students in three categories. Matthew scored in the top 5 percent to earn the recognition.LHS Principal

Golf Contract Severed, Public Information Act Charges Approved

The Llano City Council met in regular session on Monday, October 19. City of Llano Municipal Airport employee Larry Cook, was recognized by the city as employee of the month. Council voted to approve an ordinance that would allow the city to charge citizens for the time it takes staff to gather information for requests made under Texas’ Public Information Act, once the time spent exceeds a