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At the Table Event Encourages Family Time

FCCLA hosted @The Table Event on Feb. 10, serving about 100 people. The room was filled with fun family conversation. FCCLA members placed conversation starters on the tables to encourage positive family fun. We know there are so many benefits to eating together as a family & we encourage others do so. Texas FCCLA has set a goal to get 7,000 pledges of family meals by April. If you are encouraged

Turf and Track Bids Go Out

School Calendar Approved by LISD Board

Dean Sharp, consultant and de facto project manager for the Llano ISD bond projects, said that the turf and track elements of the football field renovation had been "separated out" for the purposes of contractor bidding.At the February 16 meeting of the Llano ISD School Board Trustees, Sharp explained that this move would provide a "clearer bidding environment." Only a few contractors work in

Super Two Projects Wrapping Up

Is it time to celebrate the end of construction delays while traveling east from Llano on Highway 71? Well, yes and no.There are some repairs still to be made and another"Super Two" project yet to come.I asked Kelli Reyna, TxDOT Public Information Officer for this district, about this stretch of road. Most of the signs have been taken down, but some are still up. Is the project over?"The signs

LCRA says weather, Average Price Billing Reason for High Billing

Rate disputes are nothing new for the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA). Earlier this month, Llano County residents were shocked to see sharp increases in their electricity bills— in some instances literally double and triple.For its part, LCRA is blaming the cold winter of 2013 — and the City of Llano — for the high electrical costs."LCRA incurred higher-than-expected fuel and power costs

City Utility Customers Jolted by High Electric Bills

This month's City of Llano utility bill shocked many residents and business owners, many of whom took to Facebook to discuss a 'new charge' that showed up on the bill, as well as the fact that many residents saw their bills double, and some say, even triple over last month's bill.The good news is that the 'new charge' isn't really new, but is a breakdown of how the electric portion of the City's

Highway 71 Between HSB and Llano Nears Completion

Is it time to celebrate the end of construction delays while traveling between Horseshoe Bay and Llano on Highway 71? Well, yes and no.There are some repairs still to be made and another "Super Two" project yet to come.I asked Kelli Reyna, TxDOT Public Information Officer for this district, about this stretch of road. Most of the signs have been taken down, but some are still up. Is the project

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