Changes for Medicare Recipients

Medicare consumers with concerns about the medical care they received can contact KEPRO, the new Beneficiary and Family Centered Care Quality Improvement Organization (BFCC-QIO) for Texas, to obtain a free medical record review for discharge or quality of care concerns. KEPRO can help Medicare recipients with situations like these:I live in another city, but when my grandmother fell and broke her

Highland Lakes Reach All-Time Lows, TCEQ Upholds Emergency Drought Order

The Lower Colorado River Authority announced recently that preliminary data for 2014 shows that the current drought that has been plaguing the Highland Lakes is now believed to be the most severe drought since the lakes were constructed in the 1930s.Inflows into lakes Buchanan and Travis, the two reservoirs that store the water supply for the region, have decreased steadily over the course of the

Llano County Jail Activity Log

February 9-14

Inclusion on this list is not intended to be, and should not be, construed as an assessment of guilt or innocence.February 9, 2015Trudy Janiell Litz, 40, Kingsland, Tx.; Man Del CS PG1 >=4G<200G; F1; $35,000 Bond; Released.Pennie Diane Tamme, 44, Kingsland, Tx.; Man Del CS PG1 >=4G<200G; F1; $35,000 Bond; Released.February 10, 2015Ronald Dwayne Gobert, 35, Kingsland, Tx.; Theft of Property >=$20<$500

Texas Brigades youth camps begin summer registration now

Registration has begun for the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service's Texas Brigades summer wildlife leadership camps, said Dr. Dale Rollins, the camps' coordinator.The camps, held at various locations across the state, share the focus of teaching youth leadership skills, natural resources conservation and proper ranch management. Each camp is limited to 20-30 students ages 13 through 17.The camp

AARP Texas Director Urges Bold Action This Session

AUSTIN, Texas -- In anticipation of Tuesday's "State of the State" remarks by Governor Greg Abbott, AARP Texas Director Bob Jackson issued the following statement:"The 2015 Texas legislative session holds promise for substantial progress to be made toward helping our state's communities thrive and be great places to live for people of all ages."On behalf of the staff and volunteers at AARP, which

Tea Party Presents “American Law for American Courts”

The Fight to Eliminate Sharia Law from US Courts

Are you aware that Sharia Law is currently being practiced in Texas? Aspects of Sharia Law have now found their way into Courts in our own state. There is pressure to include laws that are not American Law in the courts of Texas as well as elsewhere in the nation.On Thursday, March 5, J. Christopher Byrd, Esq. will discuss the need for legislation which limits American law for American Courts. As

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