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Feb. 1 last day to buy senior yearbook ads
City’s borders a stone’s throw from planned rock quarry
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Feb. 1 last day to buy senior yearbook ads

2018 Knight staff
January 18, 2018

Attention all seniors, senior parents and advisers of groups with seniors: The deadline for senior yearbook ads is Thursday, Feb. 1. Senior ads are a great way to honor one senior, a group of senior friends or the seniors in any school group. We will be help you design an ad if you would like our help, or you can design it yourself. If you'd like to see ads from last year's book to get ideas...

City’s borders a stone’s throw from planned rock quarry

Kelsey Tasch, Staff Reporter
January 17, 2018

Twelve minutes and nine miles from the heart and core of Marble Falls rests the site of Asphalt, Inc.'s proposed limestone quarry. For civic leaders in the three cities, the quarry is too close for comfort, but officials of the asphalt production company in nearby Spicewood say that producing asphalt is critical to providing a comfortable way of living for countless Americans. The ongoing conf...

The Cherrywood Art Fair turns 15

Sophia Shampton, Mac Photojournalism
January 16, 2018

The 15th annual Cherrywood Art Fair took place on Saturday, Dec. 9, with customers flooding into Maplewood Elementary School as soon as the doors opened. The Fair, which debuted in 2002, began as a small nonprofit event to support local Austin artists and soon paired up with the newly formed nonprofit corporation, Chula League; in 2009, the proceeds of the fair were used to fund Chula’s Little A...

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