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Be an Outsider, Drive Right In

Don't try this inside the Palace, the Paramount, or Palladium movie houses, but no complaint in your own car or truck.

It may be the ultimate Throwback. An era that was finished now lives—not in huge numbers, but the industry is breathing. It’s not The End just yet. The MGM Lion roars; the Columbia Beacon shines; that Warner Brothers “WB” is coming at you....

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Kettles on Display at County Library

Because I was born in England, it only makes sense that I would love kettles and teapots. The surprise is that I don’t like tea! Perhaps I was born in England by mistake. But although I don’t care for tea, I am quite taken with tea kettles. I love kettles fashioned from brass and copper, pewter, nickel, and iron. I am fascinated by the craftsmanship that goes into making a kettle. I love the...

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New Exhibit Moving Into Museum

Beginning January 22, 2016, the Llano County Historical Museum, along with sponsorship by Llano National Bank, will present “Vaquero: Genesis of the Texas Cowboy”, a traveling exhibition created by the Witliff Collections at the Alkek Library, Texas State University-San Marcos. This exhibit is presented in partnership with Humanities Texas, the state affiliate for the National Endowment for the

Mason Ladies In Big Bend

Kay Evans, Sherrie Patrick, Trudy Irwin and Cathie Tyler recently enjoyed a road trip adventure to Big Bend and other points of interest in West Texas. The photo is from their hike to the Window in Big Bend National park.

Scramble Ramblings - 10/14/2015

We had 15 golfers show up for the 10/14 Scramble, and they were formed up into four teams. We teed off promptly at 5:00pm, and by 7:00pm the teams began returning to the club house to post their scores. It appears that the skill balance between the teams was pretty closely matched, since 3 of the 4 teams carded a score of 4 under par. The teams that tied were: Larry Smith, Tom, Ron, and Chuck;...

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It is Here! Llano’s Wild West Weekend!

Planning has been underway since October, 20, 2014, the day after last year’s Heritage Days, now called Llano’s Wild West Weekend. What to expect this year is a weekend of Wild West Fun, Chuck Wagon Cook-off and two days of a PRCA Rodeo.The weekend gets started on Thursday as wagons start rolling into Badu Park for the 11th annual Llano River Chuck Wagon Cook-off, the event that created the