November 11, 2011 RSS feed / 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...

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...

Wagon Wheel Ranch to host horsemanship clinic

Trainer Buster McLaury will host a horsemanship clinic Nov. 18-20 at the Wagon Wheel Ranch, about 6.5 miles from Lometa on Farm-to- Market Road 581.  More...

DWI, failure to report accident top law enforcement report

The following arrests were reported by area law enforcement officials.  Nov. 7  – James Raymond Smith, 39, of Lampasas for driving while intoxicated and failure to report an accident. More...

District court has heavy docket

In recent 27th District Court action with Judge Joe Carroll presiding, James William Bowen, 45, of Lampasas received six years in the Texas Department of Corrections, probated to six years, for driving while intoxicated third or more. More...

One indictment handed down by grand jury

In its most recent term, the Lampasas County grand jury returned an indictment against James Worth Nesom, 54, for theft, aggravate amount on Aug. 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...

Lometa water restrictions to change

The Lower Colorado River Authority today will shift the Lometa water system and its approximately 1,000 accounts in western Lampasas County, Mills County and San Saba County from Stage 3 water restrictions to lesssevere “enhanced Stage 2” More...

Tattoo shop planned outside Lampasas city limits

A Planning and Zoning Commission meeting Tuesday night concluded in less than five minutes, as the requestors of a specific-use permit for a tattoo and body piercing studio asked that the item be withdrawn.  More...

Early spring?

This fruitless pear tree at Pam Varney’s East Fourth Street residence recently burst forth in blossoms -- well ahead of the time it normally would. More...