April 19, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Storm disrupts power in Lometa

A storm Sunday left Lometa and outlying areas without electricity for about two and a half hours. At about 10:30 a.m., lightning struck an electric pole at Second and Main streets. More...

BRIEFLY

Burn ban   The burn ban is off through May 7, so controlled fires are allowed outside city limits.   More...

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PEC invites its members to candidate forum

Pedernales Electric Cooperative is inviting members to a forum to learn more about this year’s PEC Board of Directors candidates. The forum will be held Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at PEC headquarters, 201 S. Avenue F in Johnson City.  More...

Sports

Tennis regional results

Rhiannon Wright placed third at tennis regionals on Wednesday, placing the highest of any Lampasas player for the second year in a row.J.D. More...

LHS strong in relays, sprints at district meet

Lampasas qualified for the area meet in 11 running events last week, after qualifying several athletes on Wednesday in field events.  Sprints and relays were generally stronger for Lampasas than distance running events. More...

Experienced Badgers ready for regional tennis

Regional tennis competition is scheduled to start today, weather permitting, in Corpus Christi. After sweeping the district tournament with five first-place finishes, the Badgers are sending eight players to regionals. More...

Letters

Political nominating process

Forty-four years ago as the break-in at the Democratic National Committee Headquarters in the Watergate Hotel in Washington, D.C. More...

Lometa Reporter

Williams House youth help beautify Lometa

It is the goal of Lometa’s L-M Garden Club to make things blossom. More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Public Notices

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS  The Planning and Zoning Commission of the City of Lampasas, Texas will hold a public hearing on May 5, 2016 at 6:00 P.M. in the City Council Chambers located at 405 South Main Street on the following items:   More...

Millican seeks another term as trustee

David Millican was elected to the Lampasas Independent School District Board of Trustees two years ago. More...

Garcia challenges incumbent for LISD seat

Lampasas resident Justine Garcia thinks it’s time for a teacher to serve on the Lampasas Independent School District Board of Trustees.  More...

Lampasas’ Clean Sweep Week underway

Clean Sweep Week will continue through Saturday. The program offers Lampasas residents a free way to dispose of large loads of trash and debris. More...

Life

What a show!

LHS play makes it to region competition after 18 years

The Lampasas High School One-Act Play has advanced to regional competition for the first time in 18 years, ending a drought and meeting the goal of theater students determined to finally break through.  From the group’s standpoint, the pla More...

70th wedding anniversary

Ray and Jewel Allen cel- ebrated their 70th wedding anniversary on April 11 at Pecan Creek Village Clubhouse in Lampasas. They were honored with a family luncheon followed by a reception with friends and neighbors.  More...

Police department offers safe way throw away medications

The Lampasas Police Department will participate in the Drug Enforcement Agency’s Drug Take-Back initiative that collects medications that are no longer needed or wanted and properly disposes of the prescription drugs.  The initiative allow More...

Opinion

Follow the rules

As a Colorado Republican, I’m not thrilled with the way my state party participates in the presidential nominating process. More...

The liberal totalitarianism

Moral/cultural engineering, to the liberal mind, is a piece of cake. More...

Who is telling campaign lies?

If you took all the lies out of political rhetoric, how much would be left? More...