Making the Cut

In more than four decades of working with wood, Lewis Lamar Lackey has clearly proven he can make the cut.He's incredibly skilled at muscling around big, bulky logs and whittling them down to size, transforming the tree trunks into planks or cross sections that ultimately become functional furniture or construction components. And he relies a great deal on 19th-century "technology" to do so.When...

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Neither Victory nor Defeat

Mustard Seeds

Two seconds remain on the clock. The place kicker carefully notes where the ball will be spotted, takes a couple of measured steps back and two steps sideways. He glances up at the goal posts and then his full concentration is on the spot where the holder will place the football for the easy, game-winning field goal....

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Gov. Abbott Appoints Five to LCRA Board of Directors

AUSTIN - Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Martha Leigh Whitten, George W. Russell, Joseph M. "Joe" Crane and Charles Barton "Bart" Johnson to the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) Board of Directors, and reappointed current board member Lori A. Berger for terms to expire February 1, 2021....

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Highland Lakes Native Plant Society to Meet May 16

The Highland Lakes Native Plant Society of Texas meeting is scheduled for Saturday, May 16 at the Marble Falls Library at 1:30 pm. The topic is "Texas Invaders". Our presenter will be Hans Landel, Ph.D. current Interim Invasive Species Coordinator at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. He previously was a volunteer at the Wildflower Center as a docent and as a research assistant in the Plant

Kuehne Receives Edward Jones Scholarship for 2015

Lindsey Kuehne is this year's recipient of the Edward Jones Pursuit of Excellence Scholarship.She is a Lampasas High School senior with a 4.9 GPA out of a possible 5 points. She plans to major in Physical Therapy at the University of Texas San Antonio. She is a student council class officer and is active in other extracurricular activities such as high school athletic teams, Future Farmers of

Mason County Republican Women's Home tour April 18

Jay & Julie Tedder Home

The 29th Annual Mason County Republican Women's Home Tour will be held on Saturday April 18th, from 10 am to 5 pm. This fundraising event is held each year to provide scholarships to Mason County High school seniors attending college or technical school. Tickets will be sold at Market Square the week of the home tour and at each of the homes on the day of the tour. Ticket cost is $15.00.Due to

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