November 11, 2011 RSS feed / 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...

LHS recycling program begins

Students in Barbara Adams' AP environmental science class at Lampasas High School have set up an account at Triple R Recycling under "Lampasas Student Recycling Program." In addition, recycling programs are ongoing at the high school, Lampasas Middle More...

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Time to retire from driving?

Older drivers who experience serious declines in vision, cognition or physical abilities may need to stop driving.  An online session will discuss why retiring from driving is difficult for older adults and how familymembers can assist in making More...

School Menu

Week of Nov. 14-18 Monday, Nov. 14 BREAKFAST: French toast, sausage link, orange juice and milk. LUNCH: Chicken nuggets, whipped potatoes, green beans, red apple and milk. Tuesday, Nov. More...

Cooking Well with Diabetes classes offered in December

Cooking Well with Diabetes Cooking School is scheduled Dec. 3 and Dec. 10 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Lampasas County Office Building annex conference room, 409 S. More...

BIRTHS

Son born Jesse David Ramsey Jr. and Kayla Michelle Coatney of Lampasas announce the birth of their son, Braxton Wyatt Ramsey, born Oct. 30, 2011, at 6:14 p.m. at Scott & White Hospital in Temple. More...

Women's AA meets weekly at church

Women's AA, a new program in Lampasas, will meet Wednesdays at 7 p.m. at First United Methodist Church. Use the back door entrance. For information, phone 734-0011.   More...

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Club plans Yule bazaar

Town & Country Club's annual Christmas Bazaar is Dec. 3 from 1-6:30 p.m. at the Lampasas County Courthouse.  More...

Artist of Month named by club

Mary Jane Fretwell- Baxter was named Artist of the Month for November by the Lampasas Art Club. Her art work is on display at the entrance to Lampasas Art Gallery in My Girls. 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...

Ireland trip set for 2012

Wanda Lang & Friends is organizing a trip next year to Ireland.  Trip dates are Oct. 9-18. More...

County 4-H'ers earn food show awards, share recipes

The Lampasas 4-H Food Show was held Oct. 31 in the Lampasas County Office Building. More...

Anonymous donor funds ESL course

A gift from an anonymous donor will cover the cost of the English as a Second Language course at the Lampasas County Higher Education Center, said Amy McDaniel, LCHEC chief operating officer.  "This very generous donation will allow students to More...

County history book set for second volume

The Lampasas County Historical Commission will print a second volume of "Lampasas County, Texas -- Its History and Its People."  Volume one was released in 1991, but a number of people failed to submit histories of their families, businesses or More...

Blood drive nets 33 pints

At Monday's American Red Cross Community Blood Drive, 33 pints of blood were collected.  Charles Morse received a six-gallon donor pin.  Organizers thank all of the donors and volunteers for their efforts throughout this year.   More...

Students may apply monthly for college scholarships

College- bound and currently enrolled students can enter monthly to receive a $500 TG Milton G. Wright Scholarship. More...

Garden club talks water

On a recent field trip, Browning Community Garden Club members gathered at Wright's Nursery in Briggs.  Master naturalist Barbara Wright shared her knowledge of groundwater.  "Due to our alkaline soil, the water also is alkaline," she said. More...

LCHEC lists credit courses

Central Texas College has released a list of CTC credit courses for the spring 2012 semester at the Lampasas County Higher Education Center.  More...