January 31, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Three vie for Precinct 2 commissioner

Milton Kellner

Milton Kellner, a Republican candidate for Precinct 2 county commissioner, believes his business experience will help him make wise budget decisions. Kellner moved to Lampasas County in 1975 and worked as the county agent for agriculture until 1977. More...

WEATHER

Date High Low Rain Jan. 27 55 30 Jan. 28 38 23 0.02 Jan. 29 44 21 More...

Filing for city, school seats now under way

Filing for a seat on the city councils in Lampasas, Lometa and Kempner as well as school boards in Lampasas and Lometa continues through Feb. 28. A list of candidate seats open for the May 10 elections follows. More...

Lifestyles

Hill Country 100 Club honors first responders

The Hill Country 100 Club honored area law enforcement, firefighters and emergency medical service personnel who support Burnet, Llano, Blanco and Lampasas counties at the annual Member/Awards Banquet Jan. 16 at the Lakeside Pavilion in Marble Falls. More...

DAR selects officers, welcomes new members

The Llano Uplift Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution met at River City Grille in Marble Falls Jan. 25. More...

Missions conference to begin

The Desire of the Nations Missions Conference is set for this weekend at the Hamilton High School auditorium, 611 S. College St. in Hamilton. Conference hours are 6-9 p.m. Friday, and 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Saturday. More...

Lometa Reporter

Comeback victory clinches playoff spot

For the sixth straight year, the Lometa Hornet basketball team (8-0 in district) has secured a postseason appearance. The Hornets overcame a 13-point deficit Tuesday to beat District 28 rival Cranfills Gap 66-55 on the road. More...

Judging contest

Lometa High School sophomore Morgan Bridges competed in a goat-judging contest at the Fort Worth Stock Show. More...

Lometa Menu

For week of Feb. 3-7 Monday, Feb. 3 BREAKFAST: Biscuit & gravy or Froot Loops and graham cracker, juice and milk. LUNCH: Ham slices, salad, beans, mandarin oranges and milk. Option: salad bar. Tuesday, Feb. 4 More...

Breaking News - 2/3/2014 11:24 AM

UIL realignment announced - Free Access

On Monday, the University Interscholastic League announced the new district alignments for 2014-2016. More...

Three vie for Precinct 2 commissioner

Jim Lindeman

Jim Lindeman said his many years as a game warden in Lampasas County taught him to work well with the public and to address people’s concerns. More...

Burn ban resumes due to dry weather

The Lampasas County Commissioners Court on Monday approved a 90-day burn ban. Lampasas City Fire Marshal Reece Oestreich asked the court to approve the burn prohibition, as he said windy, dry conditions have created a high risk of grass fires. More...

Hall of Fame inductee

Late Lampasas performer honored for contributions to Tejano music

When Jesse James Rivera died last August at age 55, he left a legacy of music that his five sons continue to carry on. Tejano music was an important part of Rivera’s life. It was where his roots were and where he got his musical start. More...

BRIEFLY

Concert

The Lampasas High School Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble and Jazz Band will perform as part of the Central Texas Music Festival on Monday at Lea Ledger Auditorium on the campus of Copperas Cove High School. More...

News

Post office burglarized

The Lampasas Police Department received a report on Sunday of a burglary at the local post office, Sergeant Investigator Charlie Boswell said. More...

Bank merger announced

BancorpSouth Inc. has announced the signing of a merger agreement with Central Community Corp., headquartered in Temple. Central Community Corp. More...

Man sentenced in DWI case

A 10-year sentence in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division was given to David Andrew Smart, 56, of Grapeland in recent 27th District Court action. More...

Sports

Badgers in middle of District 8-3A race

The Badger varsity boys’ basketball team took its second convincing win over Brownwood this season, thanks to another strong defensive showing. More...

District 8-3A boys’ basketball

Team District record Burnet 5-1 Liberty Hill 5-1 More...

Strong second half not quite enough for Lady Badgers

The Lady Badger basketball team cut an 18-point deficit down to three points in the final minutes of Tuesday’s game at Brownwood, but the Lady Lions had just enough to come away with a 40-34 win. More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Public Notice

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING OF THE ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTS Notice is hereby given that the Zoning Board of Adjustments of the City of Lampasas, Texas under Sections 9.6 of the City of Lampasas Zoning Ordinance, will hold the following Public Hearing More...

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