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Lampasas celebrates Veterans Day - Free Access

Observances held at Oak Hill Cemetery, middle school

In conjunction with Veterans Day, the city of Lampasas hosted numerous events over the past week to honor those who have served in U.S. armed forces over the years. On Nov. More...

Prayer on the square

Dr. Al Bishop bows his head during a Lampasas County Ministerial Alliance service Wednesday to pray for rain. For a complete story, please see page 7. More...

WEATHER

Date High Low Rain Nov. 7 75 68 0.05 Nov. 8 75 55 0.12 Nov. 9 More...

School board

The Lampasas Independent School District Board of Trustees will meet Monday at 6 p.m. at the District Administration Building.  Superintendent Dr. Randy Hoyer will give a monthly enrollment and attendance update. More...

Election filing

Filing for candidates who plan to run for election in 2012 will begin Nov. 28 and will end Dec. 15. More...

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News

Residents pray for rain

Although the signs of drought are physical, the group that gathered Wednesday at the courthouse square sought a spiritual solution.  More...

Rollover sends 1 to hospital

A Lampasas woman was taken to Rollins Brook Community Hospital late Wednesday afternoon after a onevehicle rollover on Farm-to-Market Road 580 East.  The accident occurred about 5:15 p.m., six-tenths of a mile west of FM 1715.  More...

40 briskets feed hunters at chamber welcome

Deer hunters streamed into Lampasas County late last week for the start of the general season, which got under way Saturday morning.  More...

Lometa Reporter

Lometa football to face Oakwood - Free Access

The Lometa Hornets (7-3) will face Oakwood (11-0) in the second round of the playoffs next week. Lometa had a bye in the first round, and Oakwood defeated Aquilla 79-52 on Thursday evening. The game will be Friday night at 7:30 in Clifton. More...

Lometa Menu

For week of Nov. 14-18 Monday, Nov. 14 BREAKFAST: Cereal, danish, fruit juice and milk. LUNCH: Sack lunch and milk. No options. Tuesday, Nov.  More...

Hornets take close win over Rochelle

Even when Rochelle was making its comeback, Lometa coach Wendell Bradley never lost confidence in his Hornets.  After Lometa scored a touchdown and had a successful extra-point attempt by Hector Rivera, the Hornets held a 30-point advantage.&nbs More...

Lampasas defeats Boerne, will play La Vernia at "The Palace" in Round Rock - Free Access

The Lampasas Badgers football team defeated Boerne 35-21 Friday night in Dripping Springs. The team will play La Vernia next week. The game will be played at 7:30 on Friday at"The Palace" in Round Rock. More...

Lometa football to face Oakwood - Free Access

The Lometa Hornets (7-3) will face Oakwood (11-0) in the second round of the playoffs next week. Lometa had a bye in the first round, and Oakwood defeated Aquilla 79-52 on Thursday evening. The game will be Friday night at 7:30 in Clifton. More...

Lampasas football playoffs trailer - Free Access

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Voters OK 7 changes to state constitution

Texas voters on Tuesday approved seven of the 10 proposed constitutional amendments that were on ballots statewide.  More...

Marker dedication

A historical marker was recently dedicated at Adamsville, and unveiling of the plaque was by Darrell Jones, left, descendant of an early settler, and Jeff Jackson, Lampasas County Historical Commissi More...

LHS play

The Lampasas High School theatre production department will present the comedy, “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)” in the school’s cafeteria Tuesday, Wednesday and Nov. More...

Meetings

The Lampasas County Commissioners Court will meet Monday at 9 a.m. in the first-floor courtroom at the county courthouse.  The Lampasas City Council will meet Monday in Council Chambers, 405 S. Main St. More...

Life

Adamsville marker dedication held

Pat Moore, president of the Adamsville Heritage Association, opened the ceremony dedicating a historical marker in the community recently by welcoming guests.  Lampasas County Historical Commission president Janie Potts gave pledges to the U.S. More...

Home tour

The 2011Christmas Home Tour, sponsored by Keystone Square Museum, will be presented Dec. 4 from 1-5 p.m. Five local homes will be showcased, including the 407 Park Place home of Ron Hall. More...

Changes to Medicaid to be shared at Nov. 19 public presentation

Anyone on Medicaid needs to be aware that the program is changing to Texas Star effective March 1.  Changes must be made to the Medicaid recipient's health plan prior to the changeover, said Marie McCord, an outreach counselor for Texas Star.&nb More...

Sports

Lampasas football playoffs trailer - Free Access

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Lampasas defeats Boerne, will play La Vernia at "The Palace" in Round Rock - Free Access

The Lampasas Badgers football team defeated Boerne 35-21 Friday night in Dripping Springs. The team will play La Vernia next week. The game will be played at 7:30 on Friday at"The Palace" in Round Rock. More...

Playoff time

Badgers prepare for opening-round game against Boerne

At first glance, Boerne quarterback Wilson Amick doesn’t look like much.  In fact, head coach Joey McQueen compared Amick to a yeoman – someone in traditional British culture who is essentially a servant or assistant, not anything sp More...

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Public Notice

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  OF PROPOSED  TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF  TRANSPORTATION (TxDOT)  More...