November 27, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Closures

Government offices, schools and some businesses will be closed part of this week because of Thanksgiving.  County offices are closed today for a holiday.  City offices and the Lampasas Public Library will be closed today and Saturday.  More...

Lights

A celebration of the Christmas on the Creek display will begin Dec. 4 at 5 p.m. in W.M. Brook Park.  Several activities are scheduled Dec. More...

Average cost of Thanksgiving meal drops

Texas Farm Bureau attributes slight decrease to lower fuel, grain prices

Consumers have good news to chew on this Thanksgiving, as food prices have continued to drop. More...

Veterans’ photos needed

The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund in Washington, D.C., is seeking photographs of three Lampasas men and one Copperas Cove man killed while serving in the Vietnam War.  More...

Special Sections

Deaths

Mrs. Mitts

Catherine Andrews Mitts, 89, of Lampasas died Nov. 23, 2015 in a care home in Lometa.  Her body will be cremated, and a family ceremony will take place in Baton Rouge, La. Sneed Funeral Chapel has charge of local arrangements.  Mrs. More...

Mr. Gammill

Johnnie B. “Joe” Gammill, 88, of Lampasas died Nov. 21, 2015 at a local nursing home.  A family ceremony will be conducted at a later date.  Mr. Gammill was born Oct. More...

Sports

Badgers top Brady with strong first, third quarters

Lampasas roared to a 19- 10 lead in the first quarter of Tuesday’s basketball game at Brady and held on to win 58-50.  Unlike the last two meetings -- which Brady won by one point each year -- the Badgers led by large margins at times on T More...

Volleyball players awarded

The Lady Badgers pose for a photo at the team’s volleyball banquet last Friday at Grace Fellowship Church. More...

McKinney named to All-NCAC football team

2012 Lampasas High School graduate Stephen McKinney was named to the All-North Coast Athletic Conference Football Team. McKinney finished his senior season at the College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio. More...

Retired oil executive runs for state Senate

Reed Williams, a Republican candidate for the District 24 Texas Senate seat, wants to use his experience in business and infrastructure matters to address Texas’ water needs and promote economic growth.  Williams is running for the seat he More...

Meeting

The Lampasas City Council will meet Monday at 5:30 p.m. in City Council Chambers, 405 S. Main St. More...

Brush chipping

The city of Lampasas’ brush chipping program will conclude after the Thanksgiving holiday.  From Monday through Dec. 4, brush will be picked up on the northeast section of town, east of Key Avenue and north of First Street. More...

Police warn of ‘distraction burglaries’

Lampasas Police Department is cautioning citizens to be on the alert for what it is terming distraction burglaries after a local residence was burglarized Nov. 18.  More...

Officials note recent arrests

The following arrests were reported by area law enforcement officials.  Nov. 24  • Charles David Fry, 22, of Lampasas on a Lampasas Police Department warrant for enticing a child. More...

Life

New administrator serves residents at Nursing & Rehab

Some people have a particular calling after watching an event unfold. For Natalie Rolling-Edlebeck, was seeing both her grandparents die in nursing homes while being comfortable and well taken care of.  More...

‘Sip and Stroll’ part of Carol of Lights

Lampasas County Higher Education Center will host a Holiday Sip & Stroll on Dec. 5 in the historic district of downtown Lampasas as part of the city’s annual Carol of Lights celebration. More...

LISD Menu

For week of Nov. 30-Dec. 4  Monday, Nov. More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Public Notices

Impounded: 2000 Ford F150. VIN: 1FTRX172YNB62557. Vehicle was towed from Mountain View Mobile Home Park, Lampasas. Vehicle is located at ASAP Towing, 132 PR 4363, Lampasas, Tx 76550. Telephone: 512-556- 5105. VSF# 0650353VSF. More...