Woman recovers from burns, two dogs perish in Horseshoe Bay fire
Burnet police station plans take shape with release of design
Marble Falls firefighters teaching students fire safety with realistic scenarios
High school kicker job requires more than a strong leg
DPS watching closely for drivers violating school bus safety laws
Four escape Horseshoe Bay house fire; cause under investigation
Granite Shoals voters to ‘reconfirm’ $3 million in road bonds in November
Fall Resource Fair brings together organizations that help low-income residents
We’re so glad we got to visit with Debra Stewart and Glenna Bell Oman of the Highland Lakes Family Crisis Center about Saturday’s trail ride benefit. It is going to be a magnificent time in the Hill Country for a wonderful cause.
To pre-register, call (830) 598-1587 or (830) 265-7085 or read more about the event at DailyTrib.com or the Highland Lakes Family Crisis Center’s website.