January 20, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

City to seek trash contract proposals

With the city's trash service contract set to end April 30, Lampasas officials plan to seek new proposals for garbage collection. More...

Services set for His Kids founder Richard Williams

Richard Williams, known to many as “Big R,” died Jan. 18, 2017 at the age of 82.  A retired Texas Department of Public Safety trooper, Mr. More...

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Deaths

Mr. Adams

Connie Mack Adams, 86, from San Angelo, died in Odessa on Jan. 15. 2017.  Mr. Adams was born in Burnet on June 7, 1930 to William Harvey Adams and Glen Dale Wolf Adams.  He was married to Edith Olvena Helms on June 5, 1950.  Mr. More...

Mrs. Alexander

Patricia Ann Alexander, 68, of Lampasas died Jan. 14, 2017 at Lampasas Nursing and Rehabilitation. Her body is to be cremated  A memorial service will be held Jan. 21 at 1 p.m. at New Covenant Church in Lampasas. More...

Mrs. Lopez

Teresa Mendez de Lopez, 73, of Lampasas died Jan. 16, 2017 at her home.  Rosary was recited Jan. 19 at Sneed Funeral Chapel.  Funeral Mass will be Jan. 20 at 10 a.m. at St. Mary Catholic Church. More...

Sports

LHS overcomes flat start to beat Ducks 58-42

Last week’s grueling last-second wins were a tough act for the Badgers to follow.  A 58-42 victory on Tuesday over the defending district champion Taylor Ducks was not as sharp or impressive, but it kept Lampasas on top of the district sta More...

Badgers win rainy district match at Florence

Lampasas started district soccer with a 4-1 win in rain-soaked Florence.  “After a 30-minute delay due to lightning in the area, we went out on a terribly wet field and played a sloppy game,” LHS boys’ soccer coach Ryan Race sa More...

Taylor rises above Lady Badgers

Lampasas faces key re-match with Salado tonight

The Lady Badgers face a crucial district test tonight in Salado after losing to Taylor on Tuesday.  Lampasas was poised for an upset over Taylor but costly turnovers led to a 44-36 loss at home this week.  The score was tied until about two More...

Peyton’s strength

Peyton Jones faces leukemia with humor and fun

Fourteen-year-old Peyton Jones is a prankster. He uses a saline syringe as an improvised squirt gun to spray nurses and shoots Q-tips like darts along the halls of McLane Children’s Hospital. More...

Candidate filing period underway

For school board and city council candidates, the opportunity to file for a place on the May ballot has begun. The candidate filing period opened Wednesday and will continue through Feb. 17. More...

BRIEFLY

BURN BAN LIFTED   The burn ban is lifted until Sunday at 6 p.m. As a result, controlled burns are allowed in areas outside incorporated city limits. More...

Life

Pierian Club hears program on sustaining wildlife

The GFWC/TFWC Pierian Club met Jan. 10 in the home of Cherie Leavell. Co-hostesses were Connie Hendrix and Mary Black Davis. More...

Authors scheduled to attend library event

Authors of various genres will attend the Lampasas Public Library Author’s Fest Jan. 28 in the Foundation Room from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. The event is open to the public. Authors will speak about their books and mingle with the audience. More...

Amber Alert Awareness Day held throughout Texas, U.S.

The Texas Department of Public Safety joined others last week in observing National AMBER Alert Awareness Day, in remembrance of the 1996 abduction and murder of 9-year-old Amber Hagerman in Arlington.  AMBER stands for “America’s Mi More...

News

Keep Texas Beautiful releases study findings

Keep Texas Beautiful has announced the findings of its recent Return on Investment study, which highlights significant savings to Texas taxpayers through its widespread cleanup programs and activities.  The study, conducted by environmental cons More...

City has new plan for collecting scrap materials

The city of Lampasas will start a "citizens' collection station," possibly by this spring, to accept certain materials at the public works facility at 201 Brown St. More...

DISTRICT COURT

Sentences were handed out last week when Lampasas County 27th District Court convened. Judge John Gauntt presided over the day’s proceedings. More...

Public Notices - Free Access

PUBLIC NOTICES

CLERK OF THE COURTCODY L. REED27TH DISTRICT CLERK409 S. PECAN ST., STE 204LAMPASAS, TEXAS 76550 More...