April 1, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

In full bloom

Bluebonnets along Naruna Road show their colors earlier this week. More...

Special Sections

Deaths

Mr. Manuel

Sherwin Stamen Manuel, 92, of Lometa died March 28, 2016 at the home of his daughter, Anna Davis.  He was born Sept. 14, 1923 in Elton, La., the son of Eugene Manuel and Louvenia (Nugent) Manuel.  Mr. Manuel served in the U.S. Navy. More...

Mrs. Sutton

Wynnona Jane Sutton, 86, of Copperas Cove died March 18, 2016 at Copperas Cove Nursing and Rehab.  A memorial service will be held April 3 at 2 p.m. at Sneed Funeral Chapel in Lampasas.  Mrs. Sutton was born Feb. More...

Ms. Rhoades

Luzviminda Madrona Rhoades, 50, of Lometa died March 23, 2016 as a result of injuries sustained in an automobile accident.  A memorial service will be held April 2 at 2 p.m. at Church of the Hills in Lometa. More...

Sports

Baseball, softball games postponed - Free Access

The baseball and softball games against Liberty Hill -- previously scheduled for 7 p.m. April 1st -- have been postponed due to rain.  More...

Ayers takes seventh at state powerlifting meet - Free Access

With a 905-pound total, Jason Ayers finished seventh at the Texas High School Powerlifting Association state meet on Saturday.Competing in the 114-pound weight class, Ayers lifted 335 in squat, 185 in bench press and 385 in deadlift. Justin Lind More...

Rogers hires offensive coordinator

Lampasas High School Athletic Director/Head Football Coach Troy Rogers has named Heath Naragon the Badgers’ new offensive coordinator.  More...

Campbell Park debate continues

Residents address City Council about Windsor expansion proposal

Ten area residents -- most of them in favor of Ajinomoto Windsor Foods’ expansion plans -- addressed the Lampasas City Council on Monday about the company’s proposal to acquire part of Campbell Park.  More...

BRIEFLY

Bloomin’ Fest   More...

County rejects final plat for subdivision off FM 2657

The Lampasas County Commissioners Court on Monday voted unanimously to disapprove a final plat for Cactus Creek Estates, Phase II. The proposed residential development is in the far southeastern part of the county near FM 2657 and County Road 4700. More...

Murals planned for W.M. Brook Park

Vision Lampasas’ newest murals will be displayed in W.M. More...

Life

Library receives digitization grant

The Lampasas Public Library has been awarded a grant from the Tocker Foundation in Austin.  The funds will be used to digitize all newspapers and microfilm currently on file at the library.  In partnership with the University of North Texas More...

News Maker

Eagle Scout

Ty Douglas Marwitz, the son of Doug and Melanie Marwitz of Cedar Park and the grandson of Alton and Carole Marwitz of Lampasas, has earned the rank of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America.  The 18-year-old Cedar Park High School senior&rsquo More...

Lions Club purchases vision screening device

With the help of donations from medical and business professionals, the Lampasas Lions Club has purchased a Spot Vision Screener.  The equipment, valued at $8,000, is a hand-held device that can quickly detect vision issues on patients age six m More...

News

Minor injuries reported in FM 580 rollover

A vehicle rollover occurred early Wednesday morning on FM 580 East about a mile out of town.The one-vehicle accident left the driver, 20-year-old Dylan Yoho of Kempner, with minor injuries.Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper Chad Freeman said Y More...

Arrests reported

The following arrests were reported by area law enforcement officials. March 29 • Tabitha Lou Burt, 25, of Lometa on a Lampasas Police Department warrant for manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance. More...

Photo

Car Wreck More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Public Notices

Public Notice T7 Enterprises L.L.C., DBA Reliable Tire Disposal, a scrap tire disposal company doing business at 3345 Hwy. 29 E. More...