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BHS Shines Academically in Competition

Blanco High School’s best and brightest showed their gifts during UIL Academic Competition. Pictured, front row, from left to right are: Thomas Kirkscey, Breanna Collins and Moses Godinez. Back Row: Drew Ritter, Mark Kuebe and Colton Barrow.

Led by junior Drew Ritter and sophomore Mark Kuebel, BHS UIL academic team members finished the year tied for fourth place overall at the state meet last week at UT Austin....

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McClung Departure Does Not Force Vote

Patel is Appointed to Blanco City Council

Last week, longtime Blanco City Councilman Bobby "Mack" McClung announced he was resigning in order to force an election, rather than allow a vacant council seat to be appointed by the newly-elected city council....

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Flood Center Sets Up at Trinity, Now has Funds Available

American Legion Chaplain Joe Garcia wants residents to understand the Flood Assistance Center has moved from the Byers Building to Trinity Lutheran Church."We stand ready to help anyone who comes to seek aid," Garcia said. "We now have a Blanco County Flood Disaster Relief Fund available. The fund is made up from money that has been largely donated by the community and collected from fundraisers

Annual Lavender Fest Keeps Local Cash Registers Humming

Bobby Mack (McClung) entertains the a crowd during Lavender Fest on Saturday afternoon.

Judy Spencer makes terracotta clay pots. She travels to a variety of different festivals, flea markets and events to sell her wares, but Blanco's Lavender Fest is her favorite....

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Sauceda is named New Blanco Mayor Pro Tem

Peele ‘blown away’ by Outpouring by Citizens in Wake of Recent Flooding

Newly-appointed Mayor Pro Tem Martin Sauceda (left) shaking hands with Mayor Bruce Peele.

Mayor, City Council Express Appreciation to Community for Disaster Response...

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Wine & Food Festival, Dripping With Taste 2015
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