IRS scam targets local residents

IRS scam targets local residents

In the scam, the perpetrators often tell the targets they owe back taxes, and demand payment to avoid a Federal lawsuit.

HOT tax debate splits council

HOT tax debate splits council

Historically, the council has declined to split the funds evenly between the two organizations, embracing the feeling that the funding should be allocated proportionally based on current tourism draws, rather than on possible future activities.

Price tag on Justice Center clears $9M November 14, 2014 6:10 pm

Construction team keeps center below allocated buddget off $11.1M

Schawe clinches top County seat November 7, 2014 4:29 pm

Box-by-box tallies were not available at press time, and it is unclear whether any particular area of the county sealed the race for Schawe

White keeps hold on Mayor’s Chair November 7, 2014 4:27 pm

Alvarez ousted from school board after two terms


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IRS scam targets local residents

In the scam, the perpetrators often tell the targets they owe back taxes, and demand payment to avoid a Federal lawsuit.

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From the Clocktower – Talking in circles makes everyone dizzy

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER The interesting thing about watching politics in this community is being there to watch the conversations. Sometimes, more often than not, the conversations are discussions that are well worth having. Sadly, sometimes though, the conversations have been hashed over so many times they are over before they start – sometimes, people […]

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Lions claim Bi-District Championship

Lions claim Bi-District Championship

Herman said afterward that the entire atmosphere in Rattler Stadium brought the Lions to victory and let them be crowned Bi-District Champions.

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From the Clocktower – Talking in circles makes everyone dizzy

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER The interesting thing about watching politics in this community is being there to watch the conversations. Sometimes, more often than not, the conversations are discussions that are well worth having. Sadly, sometimes though, the conversations have been hashed over so many times they are over before they start – sometimes, people […]

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Lions claim Bi-District Championship

Herman said afterward that the entire atmosphere in Rattler Stadium brought the Lions to victory and let them be crowned Bi-District Champions.

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IRS scam targets local residents

In the scam, the perpetrators often tell the targets they owe back taxes, and demand payment to avoid a Federal lawsuit.

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HOT tax debate splits council

Historically, the council has declined to split the funds evenly between the two organizations, embracing the feeling that the funding should be allocated proportionally based on current tourism draws, rather than on possible future activities.

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MaryAnn Cheatham

MaryAnn Elsie Schulle VanHorn Cheatham passed away from this earth on Nov. 14, 2014, at the age of 84 in Marble Falls, Texas after a short battle with cancer. She was born on July 25, 1930, in Maxwell, Texas. She attended the Blanco Star School and San Marcos High School. She was one of eleven […]

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Richard W. LaBuhn

Dr. Richard Wayne LaBuhn, beloved husband, father, brother, son, and friend passed away on Nov. 11, 2014, in Blanco County. Dr. LaBuhn was born to Jack and Wanda LaBuhn on Jan. 22, 1970, in New Braunfels, Texas. Rick was a loving and devoted husband to Jennie Evans LaBuhn, and beloved father to three daughters: Abigail, […]

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Melvin Lee Pekrul

Melvin Lee Pekrul, 92, passed peacefully in his sleep in the early hours of Veteran’s Day 2014. He was the oldest son of Harry and Melinda (Buller) Pekrul and born at home during a blizzard in Goltry, Okla, on March 8, 1922. He was raised with his large Mennonite Family on a wheat farm. He […]

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Ellis Green, Jr.

Ellis Larry Green, Jr. was born in Edna, Texas, on Sept. 2, 1951 to the late Rev. Ellis Green, Sr. and the late Edith (Thompson) Green. He was the second child of seven siblings born to this union. He passed away Nov. 1, 2014 in Santa Ana, Calif., at the age of 63. “Larry,” as […]

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Lions close District play with tough loss

Team looks ahead to Saturday playoff appearance

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Price tag on Justice Center clears $9M

Construction team keeps center below allocated buddget off $11.1M

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