May 26, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

Internet, phone service restored - Free Access

Internet and cell phone service was restored to areas of Lampasas that were without service for several hours on Friday.  More...

Atmos natural gas rates set to increase

In its meeting Monday, the Lampasas City Council approved an Atmos Energy rate increase that has been negotiated by the company and Atmos Texas Municipalities. More...

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FLAG PLACEMENT   To prepare for Memorial Day, American Legion Post 277 will honor military veterans by placing American flags on their graves at Oak Hill Cemetery on Saturday. More...

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Deaths

Mrs. Kirkpatrick

Otha Mae Kirkpatrick, 94, died May 21, 2017 in Lampasas.  Visitation was held May 23 at Sneed Funeral Chapel.  Funeral services were May 24, also at Sneed Funeral Chapel, with Pastor Clay Cole officiating. More...

Jean Ruth Carroll Monroe

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR

We would like to help get your group’s event(s) listed in the Dispatch Record Calendar. The listing of community events and meetings is free.  Calendar items must be submitted in writing. More...

Mural dedication set June 4

The Vision Lampasas Art Committee invites the public to the dedication of its latest mural, “Cruisin’ Key.” The dedication ceremony will take place June 4 from 3–6 p.m. at Stoney’s Liquor parking lot, 609 S. Key Ave. More...

Honoring fallen veterans

Kempner will hold a Memorial Day ceremony Monday at 10 a.m. at Sylvia Tucker Memorial Park. Shown here is retired Army 1st Sgt. Steve Evans, paying his respects last year at the veterans memorial.   More...

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Public Notices

NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that original Letters Testamentary for the Estate of ROBERT STOREY, Deceased, were issued on May 17, 2017, in Cause No. More...

Use-of-force incident being reviewed - Free Access

Sheriff's deputy placed on paid leave; Copperas Cove teenagers charged with assault of public servant

Two 18-year-olds face charges including assault on a public servant, and a Lampasas County Sheriff's Office deputy has been placed on paid administrative leave after a use-of-force incident early Thursday morning near the intersection of Key and Nort More...

Lometa graduates

The Lometa High School Class of 2017 includes, front row from left, Savannah Phillips and Maclinta Alaniz; second row, Alyssa Tobias, Ashton Chism and Teresa Perez Prado; third row, Carlos Perez, Josh Castruita, Lucero Hernandez, Ashley Rosales, Brya More...

Council seeks safety improvements on U.S. Highway 281 South

After hearing from numerous concerned residents, the Lampasas City Council voted Monday for the city to submit a formal request to the Texas Department of Transportation for safety improvements on U.S. Highway 281 south of Central Texas Expressway. More...

Life

Band concert showcases student musicians, announces next halftime theme

Lampasas High School and Lampasas Middle School bands performed their spring concert May 18.  The program included 21 music selections. More...

Girl Scouts donate stuffed animals to law enforcement officials

The Lampasas Girl Scout Troop 6007 made a donation of stuffed animals to area law enforcement agencies so officers could have them to give to children who may be distressed.  More...

LMS holds awards program

Lampasas Middle School held its Awards Night May 15 at the high school gym. Numerous awards were presented to students as outlined below. More...

Sports

Medal eludes Wilkins in state golf

Morris Wilkins finished near the middle of the pack at the Conference 4A state golf tournament Tuesday, after carding a 36-hole score of 86- 83--169.  The scores were disappointing for Wilkins, who had several birdies each day and was at even pa More...

Trainers recognized

Senior Arynn Jarvis, left, senior Emily Pardon, center, and junior Chayce Canales were recognized as Outstanding Student Trainers at Lampasas High School. More...

LHS football staff leads youth camp

James Clarkston kicks from a tee as Badger special teams coach Lance Garner supervises. Football camp for first- through fifth-graders was held Monday through Wednesday. Because of wet conditions at Badger Field, Tuesday’ More...


 

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