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Thursday, January 15, 2015 • Posted January 23, 2015
2nd Grade A Honor Roll Madison Hacker, Isabelle Haley, Natalie Hernandez, Heidi Love, Aleah Malone, Hannah Roy, Iris Weatherwax, Addison Allen, Ava Craig, Antonio Perez, Rebecca Shugart, Cheyanne Tastch, Jackie Early, Hanna Hudler, Cole Moeller, Emily Moore, Robin Quick, Julessa Regino, Thaddeus Reishus, Johnny Slawinski, Alea Spells, Landin Wardlow and Reid Weirich. 2nd Grade A/B Honor Roll Ashley Barrera, Jaycee DeBusk, Katie Hacker, Marshall Jackson, Walker Jackson, Wyatt Peters, Emma A ...
Thursday, January 15, 2015 • Posted January 23, 2015
Here is hoping that everyone had a very Merry Christmas, and will have a wonderful and prosperous 2015. The Hill Country CattleWomen will begin the year with the meeting being held on January 20, 2015 in Fredericksburg at the Holy Ghost Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall located on the corner of S.
Thursday, January 15, 2015 • Posted January 23, 2015
The Highland Lakes chapter of the Texas Democratic Women will gather for the first luncheon of 2015 on Thursday, January 22nd. The gathering will take place at Hidden Falls Restaurant, 220 Meadowlakes Dr., in Meadowlakes community, Marble Falls. Registration begins at 11:30 a.m. A short business meeting will be conducted at approximately 11:45 and a guest speaker introduced at noon. This month’s guest speakers are Annette Emery, a retired Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and Fiona McInally, ...
Thursday, January 15, 2015 • Posted January 23, 2015
Master Gardeners of Blanco County are now engaged in training classes for new members. Several of our seminars will be open to the public. The first of these will be on January 20th, from 1-5 pm at the Methodist Church in Johnson City. Our guest speaker will be David Rodriquez, horticulture and vegetable specialist for Bexar County.
Wednesday, December 31, 1969 • Posted January 23, 2015
SPICEWOOD, TX – Spicewood Arts Society (SAS), the Home of the Arts in the Hill Country, will be holding their annual scholarship fund raiser on February 20th at the Spicewood Vineyards Event Center. All proceeds raised from the evening’s festivities will go towards the Spicewood Arts Society’s Scholarship program, which awards scholarships to students in both the Lake Travis and Marble Falls School Districts who wish to pursue a post-secondary education in the arts.
Thursday, January 15, 2015 • Posted January 23, 2015 • Photos
Madeleine Ellis Moss, 67, passed away on January 6, 2015 at home in Johnson City, TX. She was born on June 3, 1947 in Pasadena, TX to John and Catherine Ellis. Madeleine grew up in Pasadena and graduated from Pasadena Memorial High School. Madeleine married Ralph Moss in 1964 in Pasadena.
Thursday, January 15, 2015 • Posted January 23, 2015
What the story of Achan is to the book of Joshua the story of Ananias and Sapphira is to the book of Acts. It is in the moments of exhilaration, when God’s people are abounding, that Satan walks into our very midst “seeking whom he may devour” (1 Pet. 5:8).
Thursday, January 15, 2015 • Posted January 23, 2015
The other day I came across a six-inch by eight-inch board. Glued to it and coated over with varnish is a painting of a ship foundering in high seas. I remembered that it had been given to me by a third grade girl in Veracruz, Mexico. Because of the love with which it was offered by that little dark-eyed child, I have kept it and treasured it for more than 45 years.
Thursday, January 15, 2015 • Posted January 23, 2015
Winter weather has arrived, with unseasonably cold fronts working through the Hill Country and more on the way. Winter temperatures can result in higher consumption of electricity because the difference between cold outdoor temperatures and heated indoor comfort is usually much larger than between outdoor temperatures and cooled indoor air in the summer.
Thursday, January 15, 2015 • Posted January 23, 2015
PEC’s Scholarship Program is offering $50,000 in scholarships this year to local high school and home-schooled seniors in the Co-op’s service area, and applications for 2015 scholarships are now available. PEC will provide 14 scholarships to deserving seniors this spring, with amounts ranging from $2,500 to one $10,000 scholarship. The scholarships can be used to pay expenses at any accredited university, college, junior college, technical school or trade school.
Thursday, January 15, 2015 • Posted January 23, 2015
The Chamber of Commerce is now accepting nominations for their annual awards and recognition. Who better to make the nominations, than the community as a whole! Your choice should be made taking into consideration those that have exceeded your expectations and exemplify the “best of the best” in service, volunteerism or both depending upon the award.
Thursday, January 15, 2015 • Updated January 23, 2015 5:23 PM
The JCISD school board met on 1/12/2015 for their regularly scheduled meeting and all board members were present. There were many community members present. During open forum Joe Summy asked the board to please submit an article to the paper outlining the necessity of the new stadium. He said that there would only be 5 football games a year and the board should let the public know of other events that could be held in a stadium that is of significant cost to the district. The consent agenda w ...
Thursday, January 15, 2015 • Posted January 23, 2015
Congratulations to Kaitlyn Arvesen who received first place for clarinet in regional band – beating 70 plus other students! Way to go, Kaitlyn! Honor a special loved one & help your Johnson City Library. If you have lost a loved one or would like to honor a special person, donate $20 for a bookplate with your dedication to be placed into a new library book or on a movie of a type you choose (fiction, non-fiction, mystery, or other.
Thursday, January 15, 2015 • Updated January 23, 2015 5:21 PM • Photos
(Editor’s note: This is the first of two articles on Rep. Jason Isaac’s [R-Dripping Springs] goals during the legislative session. Part two will run next week.) Much of what a member of the Texas House of Representatives does is not particularly glamorous, but is absolute necessities to those within a representative district.
Thursday, January 15, 2015 • Posted January 23, 2015 • Photos
It is said that everything has a beginning, and so it was for the administration of new Blanco County Judge Brett Bray, who presided over his first commissioners court meeting Tuesday, Jan. 13 at the courthouse in Johnson City. Bray concentrated on procedures during the regular session as he moves forward. “These meetings are pretty short, unless there is something substantial going on,” Bray said.

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