August 26, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

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Brush Effective immediately, the city of Lampasas will only accept brush, limbs and clippings at the city barn located at 201 Brown St. on Fridays between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. More...

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Deaths

Mrs. Tanner

Elizabeth “Betty” Crittenden Tanner was born in Port Arthur, Texas on Dec. 27, 1930 to Charles Randolph Crittenden and Winnie “Bee” Vivian Lyons. Her older brother Charles Jr. More...

News

Transportation commission approves $70 billion in Texas road projects

The Texas Transportation Commission has approved the 2017 Unified Transportation Program with $70 billion worth of projects to help the Texas Department of Transportation meet the state’s growing transportation demands. More...

PEC participates in youth tour program

Pedernales Electric Cooperative announced it will once again join electric cooperatives across the country to participate in the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association Youth Tour program, a tradition more than 50 years strong. More...

Adamsville event set

The Adamsville Community Center will host an ice cream supper on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. Those who attend are asked to bring a freezer of ice cream or a dessert. There will be live music for entertainment. More...

Agribusiness

Cattle Auction

The report from the Aug. 24 Lampasas Cattle Auction follows. Cattle and calves: Estimated receipts 400, compared to 594 last sale and 352 at this time last year. Compared to last sale, feeder steers and heifers were steady. More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Public Notices

GRANT ENGINEERING SERVICES REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS The City of Lampasas is soliciting proposals for engineering services for the preparation of applications for four possible grant programs More...

City to charge fee for use of fire station meeting room

The Lampasas City Council voted Monday to begin assessing a fee and a refundable deposit for use of the fire department meeting room. In a unanimous vote, the council decided to charge a $75 deposit for all groups that meet in the fire station. More...

New school building

Lometa students, from left, Jacob Torres, Brady Burnett and Maximino Caso take their time leaving classes in the school district’s newly constructed secondary education building. Monday was Lometa ISD’s first day of the school year. More...

Lifestyles

Menard to leave chamber

Alicia Menard, executive director of the Lampasas County Chamber of Commerce & Visitor’s Center, has submitted her resignation to the chamber’s board of directors. The resignation is to become effective later in September. More...

Refurbishing the museum

The Lampasas County Museum is under an ongoing refurbishing. More...

A Chevy with a story

Ontario, Canada residents Harry Henke and Tony Thoman drove to Lampasas last Friday morning with a purpose: to show off a 1968 Chevrolet truck bought from the late Jim Hoffpauir with a custom back bumper that had “Hoffpauir Chev” and &ldq More...

Sports

Rogers era begins tonight

Head coach to lead alma mater against Fredericksburg at home

New head football coach Troy Rogers will be the focus of a lot of attention for tonight’s season opener against Fredericskburg. Rogers, a former Badger star quarterback, looks forward to his hometown coaching debut. More...

Volleyball team falls to Killeen Ellison

Rockdale tournament underway

This week the Lady Badgers compete in the annual Rockdale tournament, where they have had some of their best showings in the past two seasons. More...

Badgers’ tennis winning streak ends

The Lampasas boys won several matches, but Copperas Cove’s advantage in girls’ singles and mixed doubles gave the Bulldawgs the edge in a 12-7 win. More...