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VOL 22 • ISSUE 42

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Lake Buchanan-Inks Lake Chamber is seeking photos, stories and more to re-establish a museum for the popular Buchanan Dam

BY DANIEL CLIFTON Picayune Editor

BUCHANAN DAM — Annette Gardner enjoys a front seat to the heart of the Highland Lakes as the Lake Buchanan-Inks Lake Chamber of Commerce office manager. The small chamber office, located on Texas 29 just west of the Inks Lake bridge, might not be as large as others, but it serves as a big “Welcome” mat to the

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Highland Lakes. “Last year, we had 8,000 to 10,000 people stop in our office,” she said. “That’s a tremendous number.” While many of the people inquired about bluebonnets, resorts and recreational opportunities, it was another request that surprised Gardner. And not only her, but several members of the chamber’s board of directors. See CHAMBER / Page 3

LEFT: Lake Buchanan-Inks Lake Chamber of Commerce office manager Annette Gardner looks over some pieces for the organization’s museum about Buchanan Dam. Chamber officials are hoping area residents with memorabilia, stories and photographs of the dam’s construction (ABOVE) are willing to share them with the museum. For more information, go to www.buchanan-inks.com or call (512) 793-2803. STAFF PHOTO BY DANIEL CLIFTON

American Heart Month The Picayune cares about your heart February is American Heart Month, and we have answers to your health questions. Turn to page 3 for heart-health advice from Dr. Elissa Thompson, who is a cardiologist with Austin Heart and practices at the Marble Falls location, 1800 Mormon Mill Road. And, tune in to KBEY 103.9 FM Radio Picayune at 7:50 a.m. Mondays and Wednesdays in February to hear more from Dr. Thompson.

Listeners to KBEY FM 103.9 waking up to voice of experience BY DANIEL CLIFTON Picayune Editor

MARBLE FALLS — When Ed Chandler speaks across the airwaves, you’ll want to listen. His smooth drawl pulls you into the story he’s telling as much as the anecdote itself. Chandler has a voice for radio. He’s also the new face — make that the voice — of KBEY 103.9 FM Radio Picayune. Chandler helms the morning show 6-10 a.m. weekdays during which See CHANDLER / Page 7

Ed Chandler joins The Picayune family as the voice of the KBEY 103.9 FM Radio Picayune morning show. He gets listeners ready for their day 6-10 a.m. weekdays. STAFF PHOTO BY DANIEL CLIFTON

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BURNET — Congratulations to the Burnet Lady Dawgs on their wonderful basketball season this year. The team’s playoff run came to an end Feb. 15 with a 60-52 loss to Wichita Falls Hirschi. KBEY 103.9 FM Radio Picayune has been proud to be part of the season, including playoff coverage. While the Lady Dawgs’ run has ended, the Burnet

Bulldogs jumped into the playoffs Feb. 19, and KBEY 103.9 FM Radio Picayune was there giving you play by play as the squad battled Alvarado in the first round. Game results were not available at press time. But as long as the Bulldogs are on the road to state, keep tuned to KBEY 103.9 FM Radio Picayune and DailyTrib.com for up-to-date coverage.


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The Bluebonnet Chorale and the Highland Lakes Men’s Chorus will perform together in a free concert at 5 p.m. Feb. 22 at Trinity Episcopal Church, 909 Ave. D in Marble Falls. The performance will feature contemporary, patriotic and sacred music. Child care will be available. Call (830) 693-2822.

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CPR training classes offered by Burnet EMS are 5-8 p.m. Feb. 26 and March 2 in the training room at the Burnet Municipal Airport, located on U.S. 281 about one mile south of Texas 29 in Burnet. “Be Prepared for Emergencies” is for anyone interested in emergency training. The cost is $5 (for a CPR card.) To register for one of the classes, submit your name, address, telephone number and email address to jimbarho@gmail.com.

FISH FRY, BURNET

Highland Lakes Knights of Columbus Council 8935 of Burnet holds a fish fry 5-7:30 p.m. Fridays through March 22 during Lent at Our Mother of Sorrows Catholic Parish Hall, 2300 Texas 29 West in Burnet. The cost per plate is $9 or a donation. The dinner includes two filets, fries, hushpuppies, coleslaw, dessert and tea or coffee. Money raised goes toward Knights of Columbus charities and a scholarship fund for Burnet High School.

FISH FRY, MARBLE FALLS

The Knights of Columbus Council 13255 holds a fish fry 5:30-7:30 p.m. Fridays through March 22 during Lent at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, 105 RR 1431 East in Marble Falls. The cost per plate is $8 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under. The dinner includes fried or baked catfish, cole slaw, hush puppies, french fries, beans and a dessert. Proceeds benefit local charities. Take-out is available. Call Matt at (979) 492-0600 or Monte at (830) 265-2505.

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GOLF TOURNAMENT FUNDRAISER

The Marble Falls High School Mustang Marching Band is holding a golf tournament fundraiser Feb. 24 on the Apple Rock Golf Course at Horseshoe Bay Resort, 200 Hi Circle North in Horseshoe Bay. The four-person scramble has a 1 p.m. shotgun start. The entry fee is $60 a person. Prizes will be awarded. To sign up a team or to sponsor a hole, call Jason Walker at (830) 265-0919.

HERBS PROGRAM

A free program on “Easy Steps to Culinary Herbs” presented by Master Gardener Linda Fleming is 1:30 p.m. March 1 at the Kingsland Branch Library, 125 Polk St. in Kingsland. The Kingsland Garden Club will meet before the presentation at 1 p.m. The public is invited to both the meeting and the program. Call (325) 388-8849.

LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION PROGRAM

A landscape irrigation checkup program presented by the Lower Colorado River Authority and the Highland Lakes Master Gardeners is 5-7 p.m. March 7 in the garden at The Helping Center, 1315 Broadway in Marble Falls. The cost is $10. The program is open to individuals and businesses with automated-sprinkler systems. Contact Karen Wilkins at karen48.kw@gmail. com.

LAW OF LOVE PROGRAM

A six-week Beth Moore Bible study is 10 a.m. Thursdays beginning Feb. 21 in Room 402 at First United Methodist Church, 1101 Bluebonnet Drive in Marble Falls. Call (830) 6934341. Wesley Respite Care is 9:30-1:30 p.m. Fridays for people with early stage dementia or Alzheimer’s. The program includes a light breakfast and lunch, activities and special events. To arrange an interview, call Dani Seelig at (512) 293-6316.

TAX ASSISTANCE

Tax-Aide is offering free tax assistance and preparation for low- and moderate-income filers of all ages. Returns are e-filed without charge. Bring all necessary documents. Assistance is available 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Thursdays through April 11 at the Boys & Girls Club of the Highland Lakes, Marble Falls Unit, 1701 Broadway in Marble Falls; 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Saturdays through April 13 and 6-9:30 p.m. Tuesdays through Feb. 26 at the Marble Falls Community Resource Center, 1016 Broadway in Marble Falls; 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Mondays through April 15 at the Herman Brown Free Library, 100 E. Washington in Burnet; and 9 a.m.12:30 p.m. Mondays through April 15 at the Kingsland Senior Center, 351 W. Chamberlain St. in Kingsland. Call (830) 596-2694.

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An eight-session workshop for senior citizens 60 and older who have concerns about balance and falling is 9:30-11:30 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning March 5 at the Woodlands Active Senior Living Community, 700 Janet in Burnet. Enrollment for “A Matter of Balance” is limited. To register, call (512) 756-2145.

MEEETINGS

EAST LAKE BUCHANAN COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION

The East Lake Buchanan Community Association meets 6:30 p.m. Feb. 21 at the community center, 101 CR 128 in Burnet on the east side of Lake Buchanan. The guest speaker is local author Ray Bronk, who will share his experiences as a fighter pilot during World War II. Tacos and enchiladas will be served. Everyone is invited.

FRIENDS OF THE KINGSLAND LIBRARY

The Friends of the Kingsland Library meets 2 p.m. Feb. 26 in the meeting room of the Kingsland Branch Library, 125 Polk St. in Kingsland. The guest speaker is Will Bittner of the Texas Forest Service. Refreshments will be served. The public is invited.

HIGHLAND LAKES AGGIE MOMS’ CLUB

The Highland Lakes Aggie Moms’ Club meets Feb. 21 and March 20 at the River City Grille, 700 First St. in Marble Falls. Social time is 5:30 p.m., and the meeting is 6-7 p.m. Dinner may be ordered during social time. Meetings are open to all Aggie mothers and those interested in supporting Highland Lakes students at Texas A&M University. Contact Linda Frazee at (830) 613-0231 or lnjfrazee@msn.com.

HIGHLAND LAKES DEMOCRATIC WOMEN

The Highland Lakes Democratic Women meets 11:30 a.m. Feb. 28 at Hidden Falls Restaurant, 220 Meadowlakes Drive in Meadowlakes. The guest speaker is Tanene Allison, the communication director for the Texas Democratic Party. For reservations, call Marjorie Dearmont at (512) 355-3886.

LLANO COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CLUB

The Llano County Democratic Club meets Feb. 26 at the Kingsland Branch Library, 125 Polk St. in Kingsland. A potluck supper is 6 p.m. with the business meeting following. Contact Marilyn Harris at mkg@nctv.com or (830) 598-2794.

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A free basic digital photography class is 4-6 p.m. the fourth Wednesday of the month at the Marble Falls Public Library, 101 Main St. in Marble Falls. Contact instructor Ken Lapham at (830) 613-5741 or ken@pdgrafix.com.

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A free SkyWarn weather training class is 6:30-8:30 p.m. Feb. 28 at the Burnet Community Center, 401 E. Jackson in Burnet. Paul Yura of the National Weather Service will present “Be Prepared for Spring Weather” to anyone interested in emergency training. To register, submit name, address, telephone number and email address to jimbarho@gmail.com. A Winter Texans banquet is 5 p.m. Feb. 23 at Buchanan West Baptist Church, 850 Lillian Dean in Buchanan Dam. All Winter Texans are invited for fellowship. Call (512) 793-2190.

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A blood drive is 12:45-6:45 p.m. Feb. 20 at First Baptist Church, 501 Twelfth St. in Marble Falls. For appointments, call La Nelle Cozby at (830) 385-3580 or visit www.inyourhands.org. Other blood drives are scheduled for April 24, June 19, Aug. 21 and Oct. 16.

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Song for a sweetheart Kingsland resident Eloise Fraizer, 105 years young, enjoys a Valentine’s Day surprise from local barbershop quartet Premium Blend. Members of the quartet are Jim McCutchan (left), Ray Jordan, Chuck Myers and Doyal Spence.The quartet surprised about 20 valentines in the Highland Lakes on Feb. 14.The visit included two songs, a rose and a complimentary photo with proceeds going to local charities. STAFF PHOTO BY JARED FIELDS

Chamber is open on weekends, making it popular with tourists FROM PAGE 1 “I get a lot of questions about Buchanan Dam and the lake,” she said. “It’s probably my most asked question, ‘How do we get access to the lake and the dam?’” With so many inquiries about the dam, the chamber is building a museum dedicated to the structure. Crews completed Buchanan Dam in 1938 to form the upper lake of the Highland Lakes chain: Lake Buchanan. The structure itself is quite unique in that it stretches for more than two miles and is the largest of its type. “The multi-arch dams take a tremendous amount of labor, so they aren’t built anymore,” Gardner said. “So, it’s a pretty incredible structure.” For many years, the chamber office was located on the Lower Colorado River Authority property at Buchanan Dam. Next to the office, LCRA had a center that told the story about the dam and the people who built it. “But following Sept. 11 (2001), the LCRA shut the area down, so they had to move the chamber,” said Ray McCasland, the current Lake Buchanan-Inks Lake Chamber of Commerce president. “And, apparently, the LCRA closed that little museum they had at the dam. One of the things the chamber has always wanted to do is put in a museum about the dam.” The chamber moved to a new

location that had barely enough room for the desk and information centers, let alone a museum. But in the back of many chamber members’ minds was the museum. “When we opened the chamber at the (current) location, we had a second room, which we thought would make a great spot for the museum,” McCasland said. When chamber officials reached out to LCRA about possibly getting some of the displays and items that were in the original museum, the pieces had been dispersed to other river authority offices and facilities. Chamber officers didn’t let this curtail their goal. With the LCRA archives staff assisting, the Lake Buchanan-Inks Lake Chamber of Commerce volunteers and Gardner have been creating a museum. “We still have a ways to go,” McCasland said. The chamber hopes area residents can help them out as well. McCasland said anybody with photos or stories of Buchanan Dam or other related items are welcome to share them with the chamber. Carol Adams, a chamber board member, recalled hearing people tell her about a family member who worked on the dam at one time. But back then, she wasn’t connected with the chamber and didn’t get more information. “Now, I’d love to get those stories,” she said. The chamber, which primarily focuses on the Lake Buchanan and

Inks Lake communities, promotes the entire Highland Lakes. The chamber office, 19611 Texas 29 in Buchanan Dam, is open six days a week, including Saturdays and Sundays. It’s closed on Tuesdays. “I don’t know of any other chambers that are open on Saturdays and Sundays,” McCasland said. “Because of that, we’re one of the few places people coming through the area on weekends can stop and get information. I don’t know how many times we’ve had to call businesses and say, ‘Hey, we need more of your brochures.’” Gardner said the little chamber office often serves as the information hub for the entire area simply because it’s open on the weekends. “We catch them coming through here on their way to places like Fredericksburg and say, ‘Hey, you need to check this area out,’” she said. When the chamber gets the Buchanan Dam museum completed, McCasland said it will be one more feather in the Highland Lakes’ cap. “I have to admit, I was surprised by the interest in the dam,” he said. “Once we get it done, it will be a place people can bring their kids and show them about this incredible piece of architecture.” For more information on the chamber or to help out the museum, call (512) 793-2803 or email buchinksoffice@gmail.com. daniel@thepicayune.com

American Heart Month February is American Heart Month, and we have answers to your health questions. Dr. Elissa Thompson is a cardiologist with Austin Heart and practices at the Marble Falls location, 1800 Mormon Mill Road.

Can exercise be bad for the heart? “I dig holes and plant trees. Is there any exercise that will have a negative impact on my heart?” — Judy H., Kingsland Yard work is an excellent way to stay active (and keep your neighbors happy!) There really are not many exercises that aren’t good for your body in every way. Of course, if you have back or joint pain, then running might not be the best choice for you. Yoga or swimming might help strengthen your core muscles and alleviate some of your pain. Your heart benefits from all type of exercise — in moderation. The American Heart Association recommends at least 30 minutes of regular daily exercise. Exercise is known to decrease your resting heart rate and blood pressure and helps you lose weight as well. All of these things keep you healthy by reducing stress on your heart caused by inactivity, hypertension and being overweight or obese. In a recent study, participants over 70 who were able to increase the number of steps they took each day to more than 10,000 had decreased levels of bad cholesterol, lower blood pressure and a decreased incidence of diabetes. Most important, they had a decreased incidence of heart attack and stroke, the top killers of Americans. Always be sure to check with your doctor before you start an exercise program. Walking is an excellent way to start. Set a goal of 30 minutes each day. If that seems like a lot, break up your 30-minute walk into two 15-minute walks. Remember to go at your own pace. Don’t worry about monitoring your heart rate as a measure of how well you are doing, just get to a point where you are breathing rapidly enough that you can’t whistle but still could carry on a conversation. If you develop chest pain, unusual shortness of breath or fatigue with exertion, you should immediately contact your physician. These symptoms could signal that your heart is not healthy and a blockage in one of your arteries might exist. Also, if you experience pain in your calf muscles, thighs or buttocks that resolves only with rest, you might have claudication. Claudication is a symptom of peripheral artery disease and should be looked into by your primary doctor or cardiologist. — Dr. Thompson

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EDITOR’S NOTE: With the recent changes The Picayune has undergone, we’re still trying to come up with the best layout and design that serves you, the readers. As you may have noticed, the TV guide has changed a bit during that time. Please bear with us while we try to find “the perfect” layout for the TV guide. Thanks for your patience and any encouragement. Call 830-693-7152 ext. 127 or email your suggestions to editor@thepicayune.com.

BURNET COUNTY JAIL LOGS The following people were arrested and booked into the Burnet County Jail, according to Burnet County sheriff’s logs. City of residence and release information are listed when available. This list does not constitute an official court document, and all persons are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Eunna Chung, 33, of Austin was arrested Feb. 8 by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) for public intoxication. She was released the following day after posting a $500 bond. Jenna Albarado Duran, 21, of Odessa was arrested Feb. 8 by the Department of Public Safety (DPS) for possession of marijuana. She was released the following day after posting a $1,500 bond. Roddie Milton Grubbs, 53, of Horseshoe Bay was arrested Feb. 8 by the Burnet Police Department (BPD) for speeding, driving while license is invalid and violation of a promise to appear. He was released the same day after posting a $1,000 bond. Jim Ed Keeney, 30, of Burnet was arrested Feb. 8 by the Burnet County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO) for tampering with a government record and possession of marijuana. He was released the following day after posting a $3,000 bond. Jonathan Dominic Lawson, 29, of Marble Falls was arrested Feb. 8 by the Marble Falls Police Department (MFPD) for a sex offender’s duty to register. He was released the following day after posting a $2,500 bond. Johnathan Bradley Marfell, 23, of Cottonwood Shores was arrested Feb. 8 by the Cottonwood Shores Police Department (CSPD) for criminal mischief. He was released the following day after posting a $1,500 bond. Michael D. Moore, 48, of Bullard was arrested Feb. 8 by BCSO for failure to appear-theft of property by check. He was released Feb. 14 after serving time. Justino Pena, 38, of Granite Shoals was arrested Feb. 8 by the Granite Shoals Police Department (GSPD) for driving while intoxicated. He was released the following day after posting a $10,000 bond. Karina Ramos, 20, of Odessa was arrested Feb. 8 by DPS for driving while intoxicated and driving while license is invalid. She was released the following day after posting a $3,000 bond. Bobbie Smith-Hinojosa, 35, of Burnet was arrested Feb. 8 by BCSO for assault of a public servant. No bond or release information was available. William Knight Clark, 32, of Burnet was arrested Feb. 9 by BPD for possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana. He was released Feb. 11 after posting a $1,500 bond. Bobby Lee Gomez, 23, of Cottonwood Shores was arrested Feb. 9 by MFPD for a sex offender’s duty to register. He was released the following day after posting a $10,000 bond. Justin Todd Hill, 23, of Marble Falls was arrested Feb. 9 by GSPD for surrender of surety-possession of a controlled substance and evading arrest/ detention. No bond or release information was available. Jacob Stanley Jackson, 19, of Burnet was arrested Feb. 9 by BPD for possession of a controlled substance. He was released the same day after posting a $2,500 bond. Roger Utter, 50, of Burnet was arrested Feb. 9 by BPD for bail jumping-failure to appear. He was released the same day after posting a $4,000 bond. Aaron Keith Walker, 33, of Marble Falls was arrested Feb. 9 by TPWD for bond forfeiture-theft of property. He was released the following day after posting a $20,000 bond. Shawn Michael Bingham, 31, of Burnet was arrested Feb. 10 by MFPD for public intoxication. He was released the same day after posting a $500 bond. Joshua Henry Clark, 22, of Marble Falls was arrested Feb. 10 by BPD for driving while intoxicated. He was released the following day after posting a $1,500 bond. Andrew Kenneth Malesky, 17, of Round Rock was arrested Feb. 10 by BPD for possession of marijuana in a drug-free zone and possession of a dangerous drug. He was released the same day after posting a $10,000 bond. Julian Antonio Perez, 22, of Marble Falls was arrested Feb. 10 by BCSO for possession of marijuana. He was released the following day after posting a $1,500 bond. Rudolph P. Quintero Jr., 42, of Burnet was arrested Feb. 10 by BCSO for motion to revoke probation-duty on striking fixture/highway landscape. He was released Feb. 14 after serving time. Roland Dwight Ratliff, 47, of Granite Shoals was arrested Feb. 10 by GSPD for failure to control speed. He was released the following day after paying a fine. Natalie Marie Thompson, 29, of Burnet was arrested Feb. 10 by BCSO for failure to appear-theft of property by check and bond forfeiture-theft of service. She was released Feb. 13 after posting a $1,500 bond.

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Juan Gabriel Tinajera, 32, of Granite Shoals was arrested Feb. 10 by GSPD for capias pro fine-speeding. He was released the following day after paying a fine. Nicholas Wade Cazalas, 24, of Spicewood was arrested Feb. 11 by DPS for intoxication assault with a vehicle. No bond or release information was available. Jacob Rashad Chubb, 32, of Marble Falls was arrested Feb. 11 by MFPD for criminal trespass. He was released the same day after posting a $1,500 bond. Donna Kathline Greene, 46, of Kingsland was arrested Feb. 11 by the Llano County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) for possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon and a probation violation. No bond or release information was available. Bobby Lee Gomez, 23, of Marble Falls was arrested Feb. 12 by MFPD for motion to revoke probation-violation of bond/protective order. No bond or release information was available. Gordon Earl Morris, 65, of Lampasas was arrested Feb. 12 by BCSO for driving while intoxicated/ open container. He was released the same day after posting a $1,500 bond. Juan Rodriguez Ramirez, 33, of League City was arrested Feb. 12 by BCSO for public intoxication. He was released the same day after posting a $500 bond. Steven Antonio Silva, 35, of Marble Falls was arrested Feb. 12 by BCSO for failure to appear. No bond or release information was available. Charlie Clifton Smitherman, 58, of Granite Shoals was arrested Feb. 12

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by GSPD for driving while intoxicated. He was released the following day after posting a $1,500 bond. Gloria Maria Webb, 41, of Marble Falls was arrested Feb. 12 by MFPD for driving while intoxicated. She was released the same day after posting a $1,500 bond. Justin Lee Johnson, 19, of Marble Falls was arrested Feb. 13 by DPS for failure to appear-capias-theft of property and no driver’s license. No bond or release information was available. Donald Ray Keese, 29, of Bertram was arrested Feb. 13 by the Bertram Police Department (BTPD) for driving while intoxicated. He was released the following day after posting a $1,500 bond. Raul Munoz Jr., 34, of Granite Shoals was arrested Feb. 13 by GSPD on a warrant-assault. He was released the following day after paying a fine. John Norman Powell Jr., 37, of Burnet was arrested Feb. 13 by BCSO for driving while license is invalid. He was released the following day after posting a $1,000 bond. Angelita Rodriguez-Pacheco, 37, of Granite Shoals was arrested Feb. 13 by GSPD for theft of property. No bond or release information was available. Brian Keith Vassar, 34, of Buchanan Dam was arrested Feb. 13 by MFPD for motion to revoke probation-credit/ debit card abuse. No bond or release information was available. Tommy Lane Waddell, 52, of Granite Shoals was arrested Feb. 13 by GSPD for indecency with a child-sexual contact and resisting arrest/search/or transport. No bond or release information was available. Matthew Allen Whitley, 33, of

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Burnet was arrested Feb. 13 by BCSO for possession of a controlled substance. No bond or release information was available. Dustin Jody Wright, 26, of Burnet was arrested Feb. 13 by BCSO for indecency with a child-sexual contact. No bond or release information was available. Christopher Lee Conely, 27, of Burnet was arrested Feb. 14 by BCSO for public intoxication. No bond or release information was available. Lupe Dorado Jr., 31, of Granite Shoals was arrested Feb. 14 by BCSO for assault on a family member. He was released the same day on personal recognizance. Jeffrey Michael Durkin, 41, of Kingsland was arrested Feb. 14 by LCSO for assault causing bodily injury-family violence. No bond or release information was available. Brandi Elaine Haggerton, 29, of Burnet was arrested Feb. 14 by BCSO for forgery of a financial instrument. No bond or release information was available. Robert Jeffrey Herrod, 52, of Marble Falls was arrested Feb. 14 by BCSO for motion to revoke probation-driving while intoxicated-open container. No bond or release information was available. Jennifer Mae Loucks, 28, of Kingsland was arrested Feb. 14 by LCSO for capias pro fine-driving while license is invalid. No bond or release information was available. Michael Gale Roselle, 23, of Abilene was arrested Feb. 14 by BCSO for commitment-driving while license is invalid. No bond or release information was available.

LLANO COUNTY JAIL LOGS The following people were arrested and booked into the Llano County Jail, according to Llano County sheriff’s logs. City of residence and release information are listed when available. This list does not constitute an official court document, and all persons are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Andrew James Abernathy, 24, of Cypress was arrested Feb. 8 by the Llano County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) for motion to adjudicate guilt. No bond or release information was available. Kristina Morgan Aust, 44, of Llano was arrested Feb. 5 by LCSO for criminal mischief. She was released the following day after posting a $1,000 bond. Stephen Richard Brollier, 25, of Downey, Calif., was arrested Feb. 9 by the Department of Public Safety (DPS) for possession of a controlled substance. He was released the same day after posting a $25,000 bond. Anthony Davis Bueno, 31, of Llano was arrested Feb. 8 by LCSO for possession of a controlled substance and criminal trespass He was released the same day after posting a $4,000 bond. Anthony Davis Bueno, 31, of Llano was arrested Feb. 8 by the Llano Police Department (LPD) for stalking, criminal trespass and violation of a protective order. No bond or release information was available. Demetris Lynn Devaul, 20, of Belfar, Calif., was arrested Feb. 9 by DPS for possession of a controlled substance. He was released the same day after posting a $25,000 bond. Continued on page 5


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EDITOR’S NOTE: With the change The Picayune has undergone in the past several weeks, we’re still trying to come up with the best layout and design that serves you, the readers. As you may have noticed, the TV guide has changed a bit during that time. Please bear with us while we try to find “the perfect” layout for the TV guide. Thanks for your patience and any encouragement. Call (830) 693-7152 ext. 127 or email your suggestions to editor@thepicayune.com. LLANO COUNTY JAIL LOGS Continued from page 4 Dawn Marie Dusablon, 45, of Llano was arrested Feb. 8 by LCSO for possession of a controlled substance and capias pro fine-driving while license is invalid. No bond or release information was available. Tashawna Mae Franklin, 30, of Kingsland was arrested Feb. 5 by DPS for a prohibited substance in a correctional facility, failure to appear-failure to identify as a fugitive, failure to display a driver’s license, no valid inspection certificate, no liability insurance, violation of a promise to appear and failure to control speed. No bond or release information was available. Gary Wayne Haggard, 59, of Burnet was arrested Feb. 6 by LCSO for public intoxication. He was released the same day after paying a fine. Ben Daniel Honig, 37, of Llano was arrested Feb. 7 by LCSO for driving while license is invalid. He was released Feb. 10 after serving time. Brenda Lee Lopez, 39, of Austin was arrested Feb. 10 by LCSO for possession of a controlled substance. No bond or release information was available. Christian Manuel Macias, 24, of Kingsland was arrested Feb. 10 by LCSO for possession of marijuana. No bond or release information was available. Jesus Martinez, 22, of Marble Falls was arrested Feb. 5 by the Horseshoe Bay Police Department (HBPD) for open container and failure to appear. He was released the same day after paying a fine. Jennifer Lynn Moreno, 21, was arrested Feb. 6 by LCSO for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was released the following day after posting a $750 bond. Amanda Bobbie Naumann, 31, of Leander was arrested Feb. 10 by LCSO for possession of a controlled substance. No bond or release information was available. Emma Susane Ontiveros, 24, of Granite Shoals was arrested Feb. 9 by LCSO for a commitment-driving while intoxicated. No bond or release information was available. Cody Lee Porter, 24, of Austin was arrested Feb. 9 by DPS for possession of a controlled substance. He was released the same day after posting a $25,000 bond. David Cameron Rowe, 30, of Kingsland was arrested Feb. 5 by LCSO for assault causing bodily injury. He was released the following day after posting a $1,000 bond. Carl Wayne Scott, 38, of Kingsland was arrested Feb. 9 by LCSO for public intoxication. He was released the same day to see the Llano County Precinct 1 justice of the peace and after paying a fine. Brittany Marie Shaw, 22, of Kingsland was arrested Feb. 9 for possession of a dangerous drug. She was released the same day after posting a $2,000 bond. Jeffery Carel Smith, 33, of Llano was arrested Feb. 7 by LCSO for speeding. He was released the same day after paying a fine. Bradley Ty Tribble, 19, of Llano was arrested Feb. 9 by LCSO for possession of drug paraphernalia. He was released the same day after paying a fine. Michael Allen Whitaker, 26, of Kingsland was arrested Feb. 7 by LCSO for criminal trespass. He was released the following day to the Burnet County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO). James Calvin Whitt, 47, of Tow was arrested Feb. 6 by LCSO for failure to appear-driving while intoxicated and failure to appear-theft of property. No bond or release information was available. Travis Yamada, 35, of Kingsland was arrested Feb. 9 by LCSO for possession of marijuana. He was released the same day after posting a $1,000 bond.


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Marjorie Jean Janssen, 83, of Tow died Feb. 9, 2013. She was born Oct. 19, 1929, in Superior, Wis., to Verna and Winnifred (Green) Campbell. A graveside service was Feb. 11 at Tow Cemetery. Arrangements by Waldrope-Hatfield-Hawthorne Funeral Home, 307 E. Sandstone in Llano, (325) 247-4300. Condolences may be sent to whhfuneral1@ verizon.net or made at www.whh funeralhome.com.

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Women can get pampered at Girls Night Out, help HLakes organizations

TELL ’EM YOU SAW IT IN THE PICAYUNE GRANDBABIES IN THE PICAYUNE Proud great-grandmother Dawn Taylor of Lake LBJ says 1-yearold Helen Rose Taylor, or “Little Nel,” would love to come to Texas. Other proud grandparents are Warren and Ruby Taylor of New Bern, N.C. Parents are Nicholas and Teresa Taylor, also of New Bern. Send photos of your grandchildren to editor@thepicayune. com or The Picayune, 1007 Ave. K, Marble Falls, TX 78654. Photos are published in the order they are received.

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BURNET — Ladies, if you’re looking for a chance to hang out with some friends, make new ones, do a little shopping, enjoy a manicure and share lots of laughs all for a good cause, you need to mark your calendar for the second annual Girls Night Out. “It’s a party with you and your girlfriends where you can catch up, try something new like Zumba or line dancing, get a (mini-manicure or pedicure) and shop, in your pajamas,” event organizer Mandy McCary said. Yeah, you read that correctly, it’s a pajama party. The event is 6:30-11 p.m. March 2 at the Burnet Community Center, 401 E. Jackson. Tickets are $60 for an individual or $50 each for groups of five or more. It’s open to women 21 years and older. Girls Night Out benefits the Highland Lakes Crisis Center, which helps local families victimized by domestic or sexual abuse, and Open Door Recovery House, which helps area women working to overcome substance abuse. “We’re really encouraging groups of women to attend because it makes it so much fun when you’re there with a bunch of your friends,” said Debra Stewart of the Highland Lakes Crisis Center. “It is, after all, a night out for the women.” But individual women also are invited to attend. “It’s a pajama party, but they’ll also have chances to enjoy ‘indulgences,’” Stewart said. “These include massages, manicures and other things. It’s just a chance to come out and pamper yourself. There will be food and adult beverages.” The cost of admission includes several tickets for indulgences, but attendees can purchase additional tickets during the event. There also will be a silent auction. The overall theme of the night is having fun. Women can participate in several activities and games, including “The Craziest Slippers” and “The Craziest Hair.” “There’s going to be a dance floor and lots of fun things for women to do,” Stewart said. “It’s a great experience for everybody who attends.” One of McCary’s favorite parts from last year’s event was just how the women dressed up for Girls Night Out. “(The funnest part was) seeing people get their makeup or hair done and looking ready to go out from the neck up and ready for bed from the neck down,” she said. Sponsorships ranging from $100 to $5,000 are still available. Businesses, individuals or organizations interested in a sponsorship can contact McCary at mknaron@ hotmail.com or Paula Mays at myopendr@gmail.com. Tickets for the event are available from the Burnet Chamber of Commerce, 229 S. Pierce St., and the Marble Falls/Lake LBJ Chamber of Commerce, 916 Second St. in Marble Falls. daniel@thepicayune.com

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Chandler was nominated for country radio hall of fame FROM PAGE 1 he’s often joined by Wade Hibler. The longtime on-air personality brings a background that’s hall-offame worthy. In fact, he earned a nomination to the Country Music On-Air Personality Hall of Fame last year. “For a radio personality, it’s a big deal,” he said. “People like Ralph Emery and Bill Mack, just legendary people in country music radio, have been inducted into the hall of fame. I’ve always heard the saying, ‘It’s just an honor to be nominated,’ and I thought, ‘No, it’s not. It’s an honor to be inducted.’ But, really, it is a tremendous honor to be nominated among all those other great (on-air personalities).” Despite not getting inducted his first go-around, Chandler’s name remains on the list of possible inductees for future years. There’s no denying Chandler’s influence on country music. If you’ve ever heard the duet “Good Hearted Woman,” sung by Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson, you can thank Chandler for that. The two singers recorded the piece separately, but Chandler took both versions of the songs and mixed them together to create a duet. RCA officials heard the mix and got Jennings and Nelson to

record the song as an actual duet. The single soared to the top of the charts. Chandler spent many years in major markets developing his skills and style. His latest role before coming to KBEY was at Kerrville’s The Ranch 92.3 FM. But when KBEY officials asked the veteran broadcaster to bring his talents to the Highland Lakes, he couldn’t pass up the opportunity, for both professional and personal reasons. “I’ve been coming up to this area for years,” Chandler said. “I absolutely love the Hill Country, but when you have the lakes with it, it’s the best place in the world to live.” Chandler saw a great chance at helping take KBEY 103.9 FM Radio Picayune to the next level. The station has experienced strong growth over the past several years but still has so much potential. “With the input we get from (The Picayune), it’s all fitting together to make this a great family,” Chandler said. “We’re going to focus on local, local, local. We’re not going to change the overall sound of the station, but we’re going to make the sound of the radio station better than it has been. And we’ll fine-tune the programming.” Chandler will share radio duties with longtime local resident and KBEY personality Ben Shields. daniel@thepicayune.com

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Everyone should have their hearing checked at least once a year. If you have a hearing problem of any kind, you owe it to yourself to have a hearing check up to determine what can be done to help you. These check ups are free, and will only take about 20 minutes of your time. We can also look into your ear with our ear camera. Your hearing difficulty may just be wax. You’ ll see what we see! Jones Hearing Tech has been helping those who are hard of hearing. Use of the latest electronic equipment will pinpoint your problem. We will explain some of the causes of hearing loss and diagrams of how the ear works will be available. Come in for your free hearing consultation. We carry a variety of hearing aids. Our professional experience assures you of personal understanding and expert help with a most important problem – hearing impairment. Our Marble Falls office is located at 314-B U.S. Hwy. 281, 830-693-0109. Call 1-877-693-0109 today for an appointment! Repair service and cleaning are available for your present hearing aid, no matter what brand or where you bought it. T H E P I C AY U N E T V. C O M

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BY JENNIFER FIERRO Picayune Staff

MARBLE FALLS — Sheila Dudley still keeps the same habits she formed while competing in H-E-B’s Slim Down Showdown in October. The Marble Falls resident was one of 25 people selected to participate in last year’s 16-week contest, which is kind of Texas’ version of NBC’s “The Biggest Loser.” Just like the TV show, Slim Down Showdown chronicles the progress of handpicked contenders to shed the pounds. The Texas grocery giant revealed the winners Oct. 7, and, though Dudley didn’t win one of the major prizes, she said she wouldn’t trade the experience for anything. She lost 23 pounds during the fourmonth competition. Since the contest concluded, Dudley said she has been able to keep off the weight. She weighs 280 pounds. “To be under 300 pounds for this body has been a big accomplishment,” she said. “I’ve had a lot of lifestyle changes in the last few months.” One of those changes is her job. She’s now a foodie at the Lakeline H-E-B Plus! store. “My primary job is to help custom-

ers locate their favorite foods and assist them with meal solutions,” she said. “I also help them select foods within their diets or budDUDLEY gets.” In addition, she helps the store’s chefs develop menu items or recipes for in-store demonstrations. As a result, she’s constantly walking and standing, she said. But, after awhile, her body got used to that activity, so she still requires 150 minutes of exercise a week. Dudley still competes in Slim Down Showdown but does so as an employee with H-E-B. She joins her co-workers for fitness sessions at local parks. “Weight management is a lifetime balancing act for most,” she said. “Sometimes we’re very devoted to our paths, and other days we lose focus. The important thing to remember is once you have the tools and resources, you can easily get back on the path. The knowledge you gain from this process lasts a lifetime.” jfierro@thepicayune.com

WHERE IN THE HIGHLAND LAKES?

PICAYUNE CONTEST

Can you guess where this landmark is? It’s located here in the Highland Lakes. Send your idea to editor@thepicayune.com or call (830) 693-7152. Guesses will not be accepted until delivery of papers begins Tuesday night. Congratulations to Art Hawkinson of Horseshoe Bay who correctly identified last week’s photo of the water tower in the Gateway community of Marble Falls. Watch this space next week for an announcement about the latest winner. FILE PHOTO

HIGHLAND LAKES SPCA

ADOPT ME Patches is a 7-month-old pup that looks like a mix between a Shar-Pei and a golden retriever. He’s super sweet and looking for a home where he’ll get lots of exercise and love. For more, call the Highland Lakes Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals at (830) 693-0569 or visit www.highlandlakesspca.org to see other adoptable pets. COURTESY PHOTO

Burnet County Republican Women club offers $1,000 scholarship in essay contest SPECIAL TO THE PICAYUNE GRANITE SHOALS — The Burnet County Republican Women club is awarding a $1,000 scholar-

ship in an essay contest for Burnet County seniors bound for colleges or vocational schools. The 500-word essay question is “What can the Republican Party do to more clearly represent the views of the majority of the people without compromising its basic platform?” The contest is open to all seniors in Burnet County, including homeschooled students, who are U.S. citizens and will be attending a college or a vocational school. Applications are available at local schools or may be requested from the Burnet County Republican Women. The deadline for submission is March 18. The scholarship will be sent directly to the college or the vocational school once the winning student has enrolled and provided his or her student-identification information. For more, contact your school’s guidance counselor or call Gloria Pollard at (830) 693-6494 or Joy Frear at (830) 693-1830. Applications and essays may be turned into the school’s counselor or mailed to BCRW, 143 W. Cedar Drive, Granite Shoals, TX 78654, postmarked no later than March 18.


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Master Gardeners offering quilt as prize at Lawn & Garden Show Highland Lakes Master Gardeners Fredi Franki (left), Kitty Rawlings, Sharon Jenson, Sammye Childers, Sue Kersey, Jeannine Brown and Bonnie Mikels recently completed a quilt for the 15th annual Hill Country Lawn & Garden Show. The quilt will be one of many prizes donated by area merchants and Master Gardeners at the event.Winners do not need to be present to win.The free show is 9 a.m.-4 p.m. March 23 at the Burnet Community Center, 401 E. Jackson St. in Burnet. Vendors will feature native and exotic plants, herbs, vegetables, succulents, houseplants and lawn and garden equipment and decorations. There also will be informative speakers, demonstrations and a children’s area. For more, call show chairperson Val Klaudt at (512) 588-0696 or visit www. yantislakesidegardens.com/mghome/show. COURTESY PHOTO

PAIN IS NOT A LIFESTYLE • Recreational Injuries • Spinal Decompression • Sports Certified* • Board Certified Chiropractor • Most Insurance Accepted

Seton unveils new Care-a-Van to serve low-income and uninsured children BY CONNIE SWINNEY Picayune Staff

BURNET — After a decade and more than 7,000 miles for the Seton Kids Care-a-Van, officials with Seton Highland Lakes have replaced the aging unit with a new mobile healthcare facility that serves low-income and uninsured children. About 100 supporters and community leaders attended the unveiling of the new Care-a-Van on Feb. 14 on the hospital grounds. “Our average number of children we see is around 2,000 children per year,” said Becky Fox, Seton Highland Lakes director of development. “We’re hoping to be able to even grow that number and serve more children.” The Care-a-Van serves various campuses, including elementary schools in Burnet, Bertram, Marble Falls and Kingsland. “It’s a critical service because there are family who do not have access to healthcare here,” she said. “This goes to where the families are, to the schools. It’s families who are working, but they don’t qualify for healthcare. Access and transportation

are an issue, too.” Services include treatment for minor illnesses, immunizations, sports physicals, well-child checks and medications. Staff manage chronic diseases, including asthma and diabetes. Samantha Melvin, an art teacher at R.J. Richey Elementary School who attended the event, said the services make a difference in her classroom. “I’m extremely supportive because it supports the children I serve. We need to be able to provide medical support to those who can’t get to the hospital themselves,” she said. “When the students are coming to school, if they don’t have the means to cover the costs, it makes learning very difficult. They need to be healthy and be able to learn.” The older unit is scheduled to be re-purposed for use at another Seton facility, officials said. Funding for the new mobile medical unit was provided by the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation, the annual Emory Bellard-Spike Dykes Kids Care-a-Van Golf Classic and donors, including Woody and Donna McCasland Children’s Healthcare Endowment, Horseshoe Bay

About 100 supporters and community leaders attended the unveiling of the new Seton Kids Care-a-Van on Feb. 14 on the grounds of Seton Highland Lakes in Burnet. During the event, Samantha Melvin (back, left), an educator at R.J. Richey Elementary School, delivered and distributed handmade Valentine’s Day cards from her class with the assistance of Jordan Killebrew (back, right), Sydney Killebrew (front, left), Caroline Wideman, Kyla Taylor, Karissa Killebrew and Kendrick Castillo. STAFF PHOTO BY CONNIE SWINNEY

Associates and the Estate of Frank Fickett. connie@thepicayune.com

830-613-2305

Sewing Machine Repair

Leather Work & Repairs Embroidery Alterations

27 Years Experience 1900 Mormon Mill Rd., Suite F2 Marble Falls North of Office Depot

Dr. Connie S. Lavoie B.S., D.C., C.C.S.P *Certified by the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians

911 9th Street • Marble Falls Tuesday - Friday: 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Closed Noon - 1 p.m. for lunch

830-693-9807


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Caregivers available to work day, evening and overnight. 40 + years of experience. Excellent references upon request. Hospice patients welcome.

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512-234-2488

HANDYMAN, DVJ - Clean houses, residential & commercial, interior & exterior. Landscaping, fencing, lot clearing. 830-220-1292

WORK wanted. Two man carpentry crew. Fully tooled & experienced. Hourly or contract. Call David 512-350-6620

424 Concrete/Masonry

450 Lawn & Garden

LORENZO’S Concrete Work since 1978: Slabs, retaining walls, driveways, sidewalks, patios, porches, carports, house foundations. Free estimates. 830-598-4743, 512-7152279

ISA Certified Arborist Insured for your protection

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Give us a call, we‛ll do it all, large or small.

WE Buy Wrecked, Burned, Junk Vehicles. Used parts & installation available. 24-hour towing. 830693-3226, 512-755-1153 WHITE 1996 Ford Crown Victoria LX sedan. 60K miles on new long block. New transmission, too much to list. $4000. OBO. Can be seen at 22200 HWY 71W. 512-426-5062

Commercial, new construction, remodeling,decks, pressure washing, painting, fences, cabinets, playscapes, roofing, plumbing, electrical, service calls 40 yrs in Highland Lakes

FREE MULCH - call for details

430 Dozer, Tractor Work

Tra ctor W ork & Ha uling S hredding • La nd Clea ring Roa ds • Pa ds B ox B la de • Dis c Plow S eed/Fertilizer S prea der • W elding

830-598-5958

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Ja m es M ilum (512) 755-3 411

110 Trucks/Tractors 2005 F250 4x4 Turbo diesel single cab. Utility bed, grill guard, new tires. $9500. 830-613-9358 145 Boats & Motors D R ED GING on L a k e L B J.

B o a t s lip , co ve & cha n n el d r ed g in g , 7 5 to n ca p a city b a r g e. P ile d r ivin g , b o a t d o cks , p ier s , jet s ki r a m p s & r ep a ir s .

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BOATS fixed right! Warmer weather is on the way. So get the boat ready to play! Buchanan Boat Works! 512-793-2987 Announcements 210 Lost and Found FOUND in Horseshoe Bay, small long haired white/black cat with green eyes. 325-423-0163

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Services

Employment

Employment

Employment

Merchandise

450 Lawn & Garden

520 Child Care

540 Help Wanted

550 Medical

605 Antiques

LAWNSCAPES by Sean - Lawn maintenance, tree trimming, new landscaping, hauling & handyman services. 16 years experience. No job too small! 830-265-2569

NURSERY Caregiver need for a wonderful Christian team. help take care of children from 0 to five years. Average workweek is 10-13 hours per week. You must be available on Tues., Wed., and Thursday evenings and Sunday mornings. Must have a telephone, reliable transportation and must be able to pass a background check. Apply in person at 1101 Bluebonnet, First Methodist Church or call 830-693-4341 for information.

GRANITE MESA HEALTH CENTER

GRANITE MESA HEALTH CENTER

WE BUY ANTIQUES

is looking for an individual to fill the position of Monday through Friday Full time

A skilled nursing facility located in Marble Falls, is seeking quality driven staff for the following positions:

CONTRERAS Services: Lawn care, leaf removal, garden tilling, planting, tree removal, all types of handyman work, short haul moving. Reasonable rates, timely service. 325-388-3959 or 830-613-9265 457 Moving, Hauling JUNKBUSTER: We haul off all types of metals & vehicles. We clean out sheds, barns, garages, houses & yard sales. Thomas 512-755-2273 460 Painting, Wallpaper INTERIOR/ exterior painting, drywall repair all textures. Free estimates, 25 years experience. Discounts for seniors & military. No job too big or small. References available. Contact Randy Williams 512-577-5156. 463 Personal Services

PA RT T I M E C h u r c h n u r s e r y care givers needed. Must be loving, dependable & enthusiastic. Pickup application at Packsaddle Fellowship Church; 508 Hwy. 2900 in Kingsland. 325-388-8202 525 Clubs, Restaurants EXPERIENCED bar tender & banquet servers needed. Apply in person, Hidden Falls Club House. 220 Meadowlakes Drive. EOE 530 Domestic/Household WANTED: Full time housekeeper. Benefits available. Must have valid drivers license. Send resume to: Housekeeper, PO Box 10, Marble Falls, Texas 78654 540 Help Wanted

466 Plumbing MOORE Plumbing Service, M. 36981 - All types of plumbing: New, Remodel, Repair. Residential & Commercial. 28+ years experience. 325-388-5565, 830-798-5820 (cell) 471 Roofing

NOW HIRING! 7-11 in Horseshoe Bay Now hiring cashiers for 1st and 2nd shifts. 6-month minimum experience required. Competitive pay

Apply within 474 Special Services

8000 W. FM 2147

EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY Now hiring part-time & full-time:

WAREHOUSE PERSONNEL

DELIVERY DRIVERS

PIANO tuning: Expert tuning since 1971. $60 in-home service for Burnet & Llano counties. George Winfield 325-388-6252

Must be 21 w/good driving record & able to pass background check Great Benefits - Apply in person

ask for Tom or Mary

Employment 510 Adult Care

EXPERIENCED CAREGIVERS

2901 US Hwy 281, North Marble Falls, Texas

needed for LOCAL

VISITING ANGELS HOMECARE Must have at least 1 year of professional caregiving experience.

Jobs available in Marble Falls, Johnson City, Spicewood, Lakeway, Horseshoe Bay, Granite Shoals, etc. To be considered for an interview please call job line at

830-637-7203 and leave your contact information.

Now Accepting applications for the following SEASONAL positions:

Front Desk • Maintenance Houseman • Housekeeping Gate Keeper • Bartender Server • Hostess Prep Cook • Landscaper

NOW HIRING

Benefits include health insurance, available for full time employees.

Excellent opportunity for the following positions

Canyon of the Eagles 16942 RR 2341 Burnet, Texas 78611

FULL-TIME COOK FULL-TIME HOUSEKEEPER PART-TIME ATTENDANT We prefer applicants with long-term care experience, but will train the right person. Great working environment. Competitive salary and great benefits. Please come by 605 Gateway Central in Gateway Park (South of the Bridge) in Marble Falls. EOE

Please Apply in Person

Phone Calls Not Accepted www.canyonoftheeagles.com

HELP Wanted: Mills Services in Kingsland. Experienced tree climber & mechanic. 512-536-0012 LAWN care professional needed. Previous experience preferred. Valid DL & transportation required. Send resume to contact@noworrieslawncare.com 830-385-5665

FLOOR TECH Candidate will be responsible for maintaining the floors of the facility

LOOK NO FURTHER! E-mail resumes to kalvis@granitemesahealth.com Fax resume to (830) 693-2322, or visit our facility and fill out an application in person.

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST Full and Part Time

COTA-PRN PHYSICAL THERAPIST OR

PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT PRN

SPEECH THERAPIST PRN or Part Time

This is your opportunity to join our professional and dedicated team! If you are looking for a unique work environment that focuses on excellence.

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FAX

E-mail resume to kalvis@granitemesahealth.com Fax resume to (830) 693-2322, or visit our facility and fill out an application in person.

Granite Mesa Health Center 1401 Max Copeland Drive Marble Falls, TX

Kerri Alvis, HR Manager (830) 693-0022 Granite Mesa Health Center 1401 Max Copeland Drive Marble Falls, TX

Kerri Alvis, HR Manager

(830) 693-0022 (830) 693-2322

BUSY repair facility in Burnet is seeking experienced technician w/ at least 10yrs experience working on vehicles w/gas and or diesel engines. Must be able to perform diagnostics & repairs unsupervised. Qualified person must posses their own tools & transportation. Reference will be verified. Pay based on experience. Apply in person at 2105 S Water St. in Burnet. Christ-Yoder Animal Shelter/ Adoption Center. FT Animal Care Tech. Euthanasia certified, or ability to become euthanasia certified within 3 months of employment. Knowledge of animal breed, behavior & handling. Apply at the shelter Sat-Wed 11am-3pm. 512-793-5463 VICKY’S Cleaning Service is now hiring summer help. Must have own vehicle & pass drug screening. 830265-9093 TREE climbers needed. Real men only. All others don’t bother. 325388-3781 THE Legends Golf Course is hiring for all cart staff positions starting at $8/hr. Contact Golf Shop. 325388-8888 DELIVERY help wanted. Insurance benefits. Apply in person. Highland Furniture Center. 1500 HWY. 1431, Marble Falls, TX.

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ALL POSITIONS AVAILABLE

3727 W RR 1431 • Kingsland Apply in person or e-mail resume to annette.smith@pcitexas.net - EOE

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Great Antiques & Collectables Just Recieved

ARROWHEAD COLLECTION MUST SEE!

Let us help you with your moving & estate sales. We pay fair prices for your quality items

512-756-7783 206 S. Main St. Burnet

Competitive rates and benefits available for full time employees.

Call our Administrator or DON

(325) 247-4115 or apply in person.

HILL COUNTRY HEALTHCARE

507 East Green Street, Llano EOE / MFHV

560 Professional PERSONAL Economics Group now recruiting: Dynamic, Driven, Entrepreneurial, Financial Professionals in the Highland Lakes area. Group 1 & Series 7 preferred. 214-4558419

620 Auction Sales

LAAMI Auctions Next Auction Sat - Feb 23rd @ 1:00

Now Accepting Estates & Consignments

Merchandise 605 Antiques

For Info Call

Call Today to Place Your Ad 830-693-7152

NOW HIRING

BURNET ANTIQUE MALL ON THE SQUARE

Weekend

Carpenters and helpers wanted for framing crew. Please call 512-6593958

550 Medical

512-756-4312

AT THE CORNER OF HWY. 281 & HWY. 29 Ron & Sharon Cravens

Immediate opening available. Must have State license.

WOW - IT REALLY WORKS.... CLASSIFIEDS WORK!

NEED Journey Man Plumber or tradesman for part-time/fulltime position. Must have driver’s license, for more information please call 830-637-9314.

CROSSROADS ANTIQUE MALL

610 Appliances

RELIABLE auto wash & detail techs needed in Spicewood at 71 & spur 191. Cash pay. 512-571-4454

EXPERIENCED detailer/porter, production oriented, excellent work ethic. Apply at Paceline Collision 2300 9th Street, Marble Falls.

One item or a house-full! Call us before you sell valuable antiques in a garage sale! We buy and sell more than anyone in Burnet County. We have lots of refinished oak furniture: hall trees, round & square table, lawyer’s bookcases, McCoy, Roseville, etc.

512-756-4720 or go to

www.laami.com 2001 W Hwy 29 Burnet, TX 78611

11/2 mile W of Hwy 281

Merchandise

Merchandise

620 Auction Sales

620 Auction Sales

ESTATE AUCTION Estate of Jimmy Knuckles (deceased) 313 N. Hill Street - Burnet, Texas

Saturday, February 23, 2013 10AM **ANTIQUES**

**COLLECTIBLES**

**PRIMITIVES**

Wash stands • Oak wood tables • Assorted chairs Collector bed • Spool cabinet • Old quilt box Kitchen household • Indian folklore • Washer/dryer Refrigerator • Elvis Presley memorabilia • Beatles collectibles Motorized scooter • Glassware • Punch bowl • Beer steins Figurines • Hand Tools • Other items too numerous to list Will accept some consignment CASH, CHECKS, CREDIT CARDS | ALL SALES FINAL 10% buyers premium • All items must be paid for before removal

For more information and pictures go to

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627 Fuel/Firewood

900 Apartments

SEASONED Oak or Mesquite firewood for sale. Split, fireplace or stove sizes. Call Jim at 1-512585-8798 (cell)

G ARAG E S A L E S 715 Burnet Area

715 Burnet Area

735 Kingsland Area

LAAMI Auctions

CARPORT sale Fri. & Sat. 7am-2pm. Lots of misc. items. 602 Elkhorn Dr.

512-756-4720

BASSETT furniture, dining room table expandS to 8 seat, server, china cabinet, two host chairs, $350 for all. Four black iron dinette chairs, padded seats & back. Heavy glass table top 42”x42” w/ heavy glass base, $200 or offer. Dishes, books, custom drapes, 1 very large. Call 512-588-9081

www.laami.com

725 Highland Haven Area

Next Auction Sat - Feb 23rd @ 1:00

SEASONED oak split firewood for sale. 512-755-1626

Now Accepting Estates & Consignments

635 Guns/Ammunition

For Info Call

Gun & Knife Show

or go to

2001 W Hwy 29 Burnet, TX 78611

11/2 mile W of Hwy 281

Hill Country Hall 15675 E. Hwy. 29 Buchanan Dam

February 23rd & 24th Sat 9-5 • Sun 9-4 Buy - Sell - Trade

For more information call 210-827-6302

TWO BEDROOM UNITS AVAILABLE!

506 Gateway Parkway Marble Falls • 830-693-9977

www.cottagesapartments.com

650 Miscellaneous PALLETS for Free! Come to the Picayune Newspapers office, 1007 Avenue K, Marble Falls NAME Brand women’s, men’s & kid’s clothing, housewares & vintage. Super prices! Benefits nonprofit Harmony School of Creative Arts, 1104 Hwy. 1431 West. Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm & Saturday, 10am-4pm. 830-6936958. DOUBLE wall oven, black, $50. Over range microwave, $35. Trash compactor, $20. 2 recessed light fixtures, $10/pr. Oak pedestal table & 4 chairs, $250. Mirror, $10. 325423-2596 DR. Pepper soft drink machine. Vendco brand. $50. Call 830-6931100 Farm/Ranch 820 Feed & Supplies COSTAL hay - heavy round bales. 4x6 fertilized, fall cutting $90, Marble Falls. 512-567-2259 / 512431-5099 840 Livestock FOR Sale: Registered American Paint Horse Mare - Sassy Texan Zan. Sire: Rocks Anna Bugar. Dam: Zan Parr Lynn. Foaled: March 30, 2008. Call: 325-388-3959 or 830613-9265; Best offer.

Rentals 900 Apartments

•Appliance Packages with Built-in Microwaves • Stylish Lighting & Hardware •Attached Garages (*select homes) •Proffessional, Responsive Staff

W ! L ea s in g o n e, tw o O EN & three b ed ro o m N P a pa rtm en t ho m es O - SPA C IO U S FLO O R PLA N S - G R A N ITE C O U N TER TO PS - W O O D LA M INA TE FLO O RING - FULL-SIZE W /D C O NNEC TIO N - FITN ESS C EN TER -

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1101 6 TH S T. M ARBL E FAL L S 8 30-6 9 3-9 8 00

Recently rem odeled, clean, cute. CH /CA. W /D connections, stove, refrigerator, dishw asher. 2 bedroom /1bath. $640/m o. N o pets.

V illa ge o n H ill Stre e t

304 SO U TH H IL L , BU R N ET

512-6 36 -2484 • 512-79 6 -7316

KINGSLAND:2br/2ba duplex$525; 2br/1ba apt- $465. Plus utilities. Most pets welcome! Sungold. us 325-388-4092 MARBLE FALLS: Huge 2BR/1BA apartments; approx. 1000 sq. ft.; great location; Move-in Special! 1st Month Free with 1-Year Lease! $625/mo; TJM Realty Group; 830693-1100; tjmrealtygroup.com

SMALL one bedroom efficiency apartment. All bills paid. $550/ month. Edge of Burnet. 512-7568761 BURNET: Spacious 1BR/1BA garage apartment; great value; great location; small pets considered; $495/mo; TJM Realty Group; 830-693-1100; tjmrealtygroup.com

735 Kingsland Area

BEFORE you search for that next garage sale...put the Picayune Area Wide Phone Book in your car! Detailed maps of the entire Highland Lakes FEBRUARY 23rd, 8AM-? 1514 Ocotilla Dr. Kids/adult clothes, book shelf, Stella & Dot jewelry, 5 in-one game table, & lots more. BIRDBATH, doghouse, animal’s stuff, beads, antiques, plants. 21st @ 11am. 22nd & 23rd @ 9am. Pecan Valley, 1105 Live Oak Dr.

MOVING sale; Half price. 102 Corder Ln. Glassware, cookware, linens, material, tools, tarps, exerciser, shelves, tables,clothes racks, furniture & misc. Fri. 22nd & Sat. 23rd.

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WANTED to rent, LBJ covered boat lift for a 17’ fishing boat. November 2013 -April 2014, will pay deposit to hold. 309-737-2900

SMALL cabin in the country between Marble Falls & Spicewood. 600 sq.ft. $450 plus electric, $400 deposit. No pets. 830-798-5069

SUNRISE Beach: 3BR/2BA Furnished Waterfront Home; Boat dock and lift; huge deck; yard care included; $1295/mo; TJM Realty Group; 830-693-1100; tjmrealtygroup.com

910 Business Rentals OFFICE Space: from $250/mo. All utilities & internet access included. Office Center @ 2900. 325-3883888

LAKE LBJ: Efficiency, 1BR & 2 BR Condos; swimming pool; tennis courts; lake access; water/sewer/ trash & basic cable included; from $525/mo; TJM Realty Group; 830693-1100; tjmrealtygroup.com

TWO beautiful condos for rent in Horseshoe Bay. Furnished & unfurnished, immaculate condition. Many upgrades including granite countertops, etc. Washer/ dryer & refrigerator. Must see to appreciate. $895 & $995/mo. Water, sewer, & trash included. 325-388-4919 920 Duplexes

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745 Marble Falls Area

TOO much stuff garage sale: 5303 Shady Oaks Circle at Lakewood Forrest III. Collectables, glass, misc., art & oil paintings. Some small vintage furniture pieces. Thursday 21st & Friday 22nd. 8-4. No early birds.

H O R S E S H O E B AY: L a r g e 2bdrm/2.5 ba. $700 month plus deposit. No pets. 830-265-0835

BURNET: completely remodeled 1bdrm/1ba. Nice neighborhood, corner of North Vanderveer & Briar. $525/mo. No dogs. 512-756-1014

WATERFRONT studio, 1 & 2 Bdrms starting at $450. All bills paid. Lake Buchanan at Hwy. 29. 501-697-1870

GARAGE Sale weekends. Burnet Flea Market, 2791 HWY 29W. Furniture, glassware, clothing, antiques, jewelry, books, custom leather. TuesdaySaturday. 512-756-8514

915 Condos/Townhomes

M A R B L E FA L L S : L o n e O a k Luxury Apts; 1BR + bonus room; covered parking; washer-dryer included; Upscale living in downtown Marble Falls; $725/mo; TJM Realty Group. 830-693-1100; www. tjmrealtygroup.com

UNDER New Management - 2bdrm/ 1ba, washer/dryer connections, CH/ CA. No pets allowed! Six month lease/references. Stoney Ridge/ Sunset Apartments 830-693-7646

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KINGSLAND - Nob Hill large luxury 2bdrm/1.5ba, large yard, trees. Near HEB, lake and banking. Yard maintained. 830-693-0694 KINGSLAND: Apartments, Duplexes, 4plexes. 2/1 & 2/2 from $415 to $570 plus utilities. All appliances & some fenced yards. Some carports. Sungold Properties. 325-388-3888 2Bdrm/2Ba, PRIVACY fence; $550/ month plus deposit. 712 Redwood, Kingsland. 830-798-5716 M A R B L E FA L L S : 3 B R - 2 B A Luxury Duplexes; granite counters; custom cabinets; garage; Move-in Special! $300 Off 1st Month’s Rent with 1- Year Lease! $875/mo; TJM Realty Group; 830-693-1100; tjmrealtygroup.com 3BDRM/2BA 1 story duplex on Claremont Parkway. Ceramic tile, carpet in bedrooms, granite counter tops, off main road; $875/month plus deposit. 830-598-6885, 830798-5655. KINGSLAND: 2BR/2BA duplex; vaulted ceilings; oak cabinets; great location; small pets considered; $550/mo; TJM Realty Group;830-693-1100; tjmrealtygroup.com PECAN Valley: Large 2bdrm/ 1ba/1, quiet neighborhood, new tile floors, storage, ceiling fans. No pets. Yard maintained. 830-385-2613

BURNET. Rock 2/1/1. Desirable neighborhood. Nice yard. Two people $700, single $685. Excellent references gets substantial discount. 512-756-2235 before 8pm. BERTRAM Rental:3bdrm/2ba. 512-355-2844 GRANITE Shoals: 2Bdrm/1Ba house with office area, tile & hardwood floors, near lake; $625/ month. Must have good references. Possible discount. 830-598-6885, 830-798-5655 COUNTRY House for rent in Buchanan Dam. 4BDRM/3BA, bonus room. CH/CA, fireplace, d/w. No smokers/pets. $1200/mo. First & last in advance plus $500 deposit. References required. 830-798-6726 or email chc@tstar.net HIGHLAND Haven: 3/2/2 with 2nd 2 car garage for shop or boat storage. Huge yard, big trees, neighborhood boat launch & swim area. $1200/mo. plus deposit. References required. 830-265-4207, 830-613-5555 1BDRM/1BA in the country. No smokers/no pets. $575/month. Year lease. $250/deposit. 830-798-2196 or 830-693-3072 MEADOWLAKES: Spacious 3BR/2BA home; 2149 sq. ft.; office; fireplace; huge kitchen with island; beautiful home; $1,395/mo; TJM Realty Group; 830-693-1100; tjmrealtygroup.com 3BDRM/2BA in the country. $800/ mo., $500/deposit, yearly. No smokers/pets. Seniors welcome. 830-798-2196 3BDRM/2BA OCOTILLA Dr. No smokers/pets. $1000/mo., $500 deposit. Year lease. 830-798-2196, 830-693-3072

3bdrm/2ba, 1480 Square Ft, on two lots w/trees. 1401 Post Oak Circle, Marble Falls. $1200 month. Available on March 1st. Great location! 830385-1084 See @ www.joebuilt.com BURNET: 3/1.5 with 1 car carport & storage. 1400 sqft, recently remodeled with new carpet, paint, & kitchen. Close to schools. $800 + deposit. Call Ron. 512-417-2120

NEAR Lake Buchanan: 3/2, 1500 sqft on 3/4 acre. Walking distance to lake. Excellent shape & ready to occupy. Furnished. $850 + deposit. Call Ron. 512-417-2120 MARBLE Falls: 2bdrm/1ba cute house. Appliances, including W/D. Screened back porch. $575. No smoking/pets. Available now. 512-762-6860

755 Spicewood Area M U LT I F a m i l y g a r a g e s a l e . S p i c e w o o d P TO F u n d r a i s e r. Mar 2nd 7am-Noon Spicewood Elementary parking lot.

657 CYPRESS, Cottonwood Shores: 2 bedroom, 1 bath house with tile floors, wood burning stove & fenced back yard. $675 with $675 deposit. Nonsmoking. 830-7989723 BURNET; Large 3bdrm/2ba, fireplace, water furnished, large lot. $850 month/ $850 deposit. 830-385-5555 950 Mobile Homes FURNISHED RV in nice country setting 495/mo, bills pd

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WINTER Special: Granite Shoals Campground- trailers & lots from $85 weekly & up with utilities included & free WIFI. 1206 Churchill. 830-598-6247 408 CR 136A Twin Isles, Burnet County, Kingsland, 2bdrm/2ba, 16x66. $550/month includes water & sewer; $550 deposit. 830-6938860 LEASE/purchase. 32 ft. travel trailer on river front lot in Kingsland. Like new, never used. $1,200 down, $500/mo. 830-798-5955 301 LOVERS, Kingsland. 3/2, 32x48, 0.86 acres, trees, covered deck. $750 mo. $750 deposit. Will sell for $69,900. 830-693-8860 SMITHWICK; 2bdrm/1ba manufactured home on 12ac. Appliances & W/D furnished. Pets w/deposit. References. $500 + deposit. 830693-2318 COTTONWOOD: 2BDRM/1BA, CH/CA, W/D, privacy fence. $500/ mo. $350 deposit. Also For Sale, owner financing available. 830613-9358 955 Mobile Home Spaces TRAILER spaces for rent. Llano, Tx. 830-998-1166 SPACE for rent (single or doublewide) Fairview Mobile Home Park, seniors only. Water, septic, trash paid. Access to boat ramp. 3 2 5 - 3 8 8 - 4 5 9 0 .


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MEADOWLAKES. Great buy! 3/2.5 with split bedroom plan, FP & beautiful in ground pool. $159,900. Walker & Assoc. 830693-5549

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MEADOWLAKES. Dream home! Gorgeous 3/2/2 on oversized lot. Split bedroom plan, fantastic kitchen with island & large eating bar, golf cart storage/workshop, screened porch, garden area, more! $254,500. Walker & Assoc. 830693-5549

HORSESHOE Bay. Great buy for a real 3/2/2 on corner lot with fireplace, custom cabinets & stainless appliances. $174,900. Walker & Assoc. 830-693-5549 NEAR shopping & schools. Motivated seller! 3/2/2 with recent interior paint, oversized garage plus detached workshop. $163,700. Walker & Assoc. 830-693-5549 Highland Haven, 3/2 w/fireplace, fenced, 1592 sq ft., garage + carport, covered deck & storage building. $127,000 MLS #121106 priced for quick sale. Call Nat Barfield 512-588-9665 RE/MAX Burnet 512-756-SOLD. REDUCED - $51,995 - West of Burnet, low taxes. Move in ready, complete upgrade projects at your own schedule & save $$$. Over 1/2 ac, Deer Springs Water System. MLS #121734, call Nat Burfield 512-588-9665, RE/MAX Burnet 512-756-SOLD OAK Vista, 5 min. to Burnet. 1 acre $34,000 with perfect home site. Call Nat Barfield 512-588-9665, RE/ MAX Burnet 512-756-SOLD 1040 Lake, River Property WATERFRONT 6 acres. 750’ Llano River frontage. Home site, 18 RV sites, well, septic, roads. Retire with income. $390,000. 713-816-7211 OWNER Finance, Kingsland river front. 3/3/2 built in 2011. Immaculate. 10K gets you in. $1300/mo. 830-798-5955 OWNER Finance, Lake LBJ waterfront cottage built in 2005. $5600 gets you in. $880/mo. 830-798-5955

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PERFECT COUNTRY HOME. Quaint 3/2/ 1 located on 2 acres w/fenced pasture & yard. Cov’d back porch, the perfect place to enjoy a cool beverage after a hard day at work. Attached to the one car garage is a stall/tack rm. Also, cov’d parking at the front of the home & two car carport. MLS#121715

$530,720 $145,000

EXCELLENT CURB APPEAL TO THIS PERFECT 3/2 HOME! Spacious open liv plan, nice view of golf course #5 & pond across the street. Backyard views of wilderness / local wildlife. High ceilings, archways, easy care tile, knotty alder cabinets, recessed lighting, lg windows for light & airy feel. Front & back porch patio. MLS#121541

$530,720 $182,000

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111588 LOCATED IN THE DESIRABLE LAKE LBJ AREA of Highland Haven. Beautiful corner lot, impeccably maintained 3/2 all brick home, is tucked away under an umbrella of live oak trees. From the front porch you can look across the street & enjoy the view of Lake LBJ. Lg back yard is completely private w/ 6foot privacy fence. MLS#121108

$230,000

SPACIOUS HOME WITH NICE PORCH IN FRONT. Open fl plan flows from kitchen into dining, high vaulted ceiling living rm. AC /heated sun room w/plenty of windows, hardwood flooring and 1/2 bath and office/bonus rm. Great storage bldg/workshop/carport/bathroom, that is aprox 20x40 with 2 roll-up garage doors, 1/2 bath. Close to Lake Buchanan fun! MLS#120760

$177,000

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FANTASTIC CUSTOM HOME in Donall Estates. Over an acre of land in great Lake Buchanan subdivision. Private access to Lake for residents. Livestock fencing with storage shed too! MLS#120243

$189,900

HSB - 121 Tee Off, 3/3.1/2, great layoutworks for family & or entertaining, 3216 Sf w/770 Sf upstairs w/half bath & Upper Deck private yard, sprinkler sys, MLS#120234

$333,000

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LAKE SIDE OF LOS ESCONDIDOS W/O WF TAXES! Well situated ranch style home overlooking lake Marble Falls and its beautiful bluffs w/ deeded access to lake and boat launch. Fulllength back deck, granite counters, transom windows, open-concept lake living in highly desirable neighborhood. A rare opportunity. MLS#121442

$199,000

D CE U D RE GOLF COURSE HOME IN GATED COMMUNITY. 3/2/2 w/golf cart storage or wrkshp. Side entry garage w/circle drive. FP & wet bar, kitch upgradesgranite counters, breakfast area. Master & lg bath w/whirl pool tub. Great sunroom with a/c overlooks granite patio on the 4th hole. Walk across street to golf club, pool, tennis! MLS#120594

$264,500

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CORNER HOME WITH LAKE LBJ ACCESS! Good Street appeal, fenced yard, covered patio & covered deck. Private & secluded open floor plan, built in 2004. MLS#116630

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$139,900

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SUPER PRICE – 3 bedroom, 2 separate living rooms on 5 lots. Wood burning FP, raised open patio for BBQ, storage building, workshop, RV storage area, 2car carport & plenty of extra backyard room for extra trailers, boats, etc. City parks close by with boat ramps, picnic tables, fishing/swimming available! MLS#120383

$119,500

111588

GREAT PRICE FOR 2/2 COTTAGE HOME W/BONUS ROOM. Apx. 67 ft channel waterfront VERY close to open water. Upper Deck w/views looking out the channel and stone patio next to single slip boat dock w/ lift. Great trees for shade. Come see this cozy getaway! MLS#120031

$530,720 $289,000

STATELY HOME located on the golf course. Spacious 3/2 home has many large picture windows in main living area. 2 living areas + formal dining, breakfast area, FP, split floor plan, built-in cabinets, wet bar, recessed lighting. Covered tile patio, workshop, garden area, fenced & views of the golf course. MLS#119059

$530,720 $249,950

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BEAUTIFUL STONE HOME Easy Lake LBJ access with POA Park across the street from waterfront. 3 Bedroom, 2 bath, split bedroom plan, open fl plan, cov’d patio with oversized garage/workshop. MLS#116465

$187,900

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IMMACULATE 3/2 MFG HOME on large corner lot w/easy Lake access, deck on front & back, and circle drive. Great starter or investment home! MLS#121434

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Mason Neill (center) recently took his parents Greg and Kris Neill (right) to visit his sister Madison (left), who is studying at Pepperdine University’s campus in Lausanne, Switzerland. On their trip, the Neill family took The Picayune sightseeing at the Palace at Versailles in France. Send your travel photos with The Picayune to editor@the picayune.com or The Picayune, 1007 Ave. K, Marble Falls, TX 78654. Photos are published in the order they are received. COURTESY PHOTO

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Burnet resident J.R. Box, 34, pictured here with his wife, Brooke, and their 6-yearold daughter, Ashlyn, remains in the intensive care unit at Seton Medical Center in Austin awaiting word about a possible heart for a transplant.The community is hosting a pancake fundraiser from 9 a.m. to noon Feb. 23 at the Commemorative Air Force Museum, 2402 U.S. 281 South in Burnet. COURTESY PHOTO for a transplant. “I have family and friends coming by,” he said. “With Brooke working full time, a lot of times I don’t get to see her for three or four days.” He and his wife, who is 33, have been married for 10 years. She continues to work as a flight nurse with Air Evac, based in Marble Falls. Their daughter attends Bertram Elementary. “(The doctors) just tell us to take it day by day,” Brooke Box said. “He’s stable right now. Things could change. There’s not much more we can do but just wait.” Members of the community have launched their own effort to help the family. John Hamilton, an Air Evac flight tech, is organizing a $5-per-plate pancake fundraiser for the Boxes from 9 a.m. to noon Feb. 23 at the Commemorative Air Force Museum, 2402 U.S. 281 South.

The event will include a tour of emergency helicopters including the local aircraft as well as a unit from Killeen. One of the prize giveaways is a one-year membership into a program for emergency helicopter transports to Austin hospitals. The membership pays the cost of the flight expense not covered by insurance. “Brooke is part of our family here at work. J.R. is part of our family,” Hamilton said. “With J.R. having the condition he has, we’re trying to help them out the best we can.” The Box family also maintains a page on the National Foundation for Transplants website with a goal of $50,000 to help with medical costs. The website is http://patients.transplants. org/jrbox. “That’s scary to be in that situation,” Hamilton said. “We’re hoping for the best and that he gets what he needs.” connie@thepicayune.com

LCRA gives its OK to use explosives on 281 bridge BY JARED FIELDS Picayune Staff

MARBLE FALLS — The Lower Colorado River Authority approved the Texas Department of Transportation’s request to use explosives for the demolition of the old U.S. 281 bridge over Lake Marble Falls. Bridge contractor Archer Western Contractors sought to use explosives to demolish the 77-year-old structure to expedite the demolition process. “We are happy with it. The sooner we demolish the bridge, the sooner (Archer Western) can begin to build the new bridge,” said TxDOT public information officer Kelli Reyna. LCRA’s waiver gives Archer Western from March 17 to April 8 to use explosives under two conditions: n That TxDOT provides copies of its safety and emergency response plans to the City of Marble Falls, LCRA, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and the Burnet County Sheriff’s Office, and; n The demolition contractor must have a permit from the state fire marshal. Reyna said the tentative plan is for the initial blast to occur between March 17 and March 23. The contractors will use explosives

to demolish the main section of the bridge. Reyna said smaller blasts might be needed later to finish demolishing the piers in the lake. Although LCRA has granted a waiver, TPWD has yet to authorize the explosive demolition. According to TPWD communications division director Lydia Saldaña, TxDOT needs to provide more information before authorization is granted. “We’ve discussed this issue with TxDOT and their construction contractor and are waiting on some information from them in order to formulate recommendations to include in the written authorization,” Saldaña wrote via email. Clara Tuma, spokesperson for LCRA, said TxDOT and Archer Western met their safety concerns for the LCRA waiver to be granted. “One of our concerns was about boating safety. The lake area immediately by the bridge will be closed for several hours before the explosion, during and after it,” Tuma said. Since the old bridge was closed to traffic Feb. 12, construction crews have begun minor demolition work, such as removing light posts, guardrails and concrete barriers. Reyna said plans are for crews this week to remove the bridge’s deck as well as the lanes that were added in 1975. jared@thepicayune.com

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