July 29, 2016 RSS feed / News

Sheriff ’s office seeks grant for reporting system

The Lampasas County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a grant of $15,466 from the governor’s office to pay for a new reporting system. More...

Ribbon cutting

Lampasas County Chamber of Commerce member Bar 17 Ranch & Arena held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Saturday. More...

Arrests noted

The following arrests were reported recently by area officials. July 26 • Perry Hickey, 77, of Kempner for driving while intoxicated and possession of marijuana. He posted bond and was released the same day. July 25 More...

Re-elected

Lampasas Independent School District Career and Technical Education Coordinator Dr. More...

Update given on fatalities

A recent fire that took the lives of two Lampasas County residents on County Road 3066 has been under investigation by Fire Marshal Ronnie Withers. He said he has found the point of origin for the fire. More...

Dispatch Record earns West Texas Press awards

The Lampasas Dispatch Record placed third in terms of total points awarded in the West Texas Press Association’s 2016 Better Newspaper Contest. More...

Ministry gathering

Women On Mission Directors of Lampasas Baptist Association recently met for lunch at My Girls in downtown Lampasas to discuss upcoming events, encourage one another, and plan how and when to minister to others. The group will gather again Sept. More...

Man earns probation on theft of property charge

Christopher Michael Tardif, 29, of Lampasas was given 10 years’ deferred probation plus a $1,000 fine for theft of property over $30,000 and less than $150,000. More...

No one injured in Kempner fire

Kempner Volunteer Fire Department was called to a house fire on County Road 4820 Tuesday around 3:20 p.m. The structure was an older mobile home with an added roof, Lampasas Fire Marshal Ronnie Withers said. More...