Brawn in Black & Orange

Sophomore Dakoda Trull had not won a varsity powerlifting event before his victory in Burnet.

BURNET—Powerful start to the Powerlifting season for the Llano boys and girls. More medals accumulated than on a General’s uniform. The boys finished second among six schools; the ladies, with only five competing, were third in the Bulldog Invitational, January 14.A pleased head coach, Clint Easley: “After football, we thought we started off—strength wise {in the weight room}—pretty much where we

Lions, Bulldogs—Now, Badgers

Jaden Napolez drives in the midst of Lago Vista Vikings. Louie Nyeland is at left. Briley Mitchell photos.

Winning remains difficult for the Llano basketball boys, but staying competitive and playing well are not the problems. Two more defeats, despite some excellent shooting, came on January 5 and 8, but Blake Sieck’s team appears ready for the 25-4A program, which begins January 15 in Lampasas.“Brady was a good one before district play,” Sieck said. “Our team executed everything well. Drew Baker,

Florence Marie Riewe


Florence Marie Riewe, 87, of Kingsland, formerly of Sunrise Beach, passed away November 5, 2015. She was born to August and Anna Marie (Paulo) Koslan on June 30, 1928 in Hamilton County, Texas.Mrs. Riewe married Louis Riewe on June 9, 1951 in Austin, Texas. They traveled throughout the United States taking thousands of landscape photographs. She was a life-long artist and used the photographs as

JV vs. Johnson City

Seth Hudson

This past week the Mason JV played their last district game in Johnson City....

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Study Club Chili

Don't miss the Mason Study Club's Annual Fundraiser, Chili On The Square! It will be held on Friday, November 13, on the south side of the Courthouse square. We will begin serving at 11:00 AM. Please come out and grab a bowl of chili for your lunch that day and support YOUR library! Pictured left to right, Trudy Irwin, Joyce Mutschink, Nan Larrimore, and Karen Olson.