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Juveniles suspected in vehicle burglaries

The Lampasas Police Department has identified five juveniles between the ages of 13 and 16 who the department alleges were involved in recent vehicle burglaries or were found to be in possession of stolen property.  Of the five, two have been re More...

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Cancellation The jury trial that had been scheduled for county court on Wednesday has been canceled, according to County Clerk Connie Hartmann. Ticket sales More...

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The Badger yearbook set for delivery

The 2015-16 Lampasas High School yearbook, The Badger, will be delivered to students on Aug. 25 during academic period.  Students who have not yet purchased a yearbook may do so in room F113 from faculty adviser M. More...

Refurbishing the museum

Lampasas County Museum renovations are continuing.  In the picture, original holding cells from the former Lampasas County Jail are kept behind the museum and are a popular exhibit shown on tours and to children.  The two cells are likely More...

School supply lists arrive

The 2016-2017 school year is fast approaching, and the Lampasas Independent School District has released the following school supply list. More...

Agribusiness

Lampasas Cattle Auction report

The report from the Aug. 3 Lampasas Cattle Auction follows. Cattle and calves: Estimated receipts 309, compared to 494 last sale and 309 at this time last year. Compared to last sale, feeder steers and heifers were $2-$5 higher. More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Public Notices

LEGAL NOTICE: This Texas Lottery Commission scratch ticket game will close on August 5, 2016. You have until February 1, 2017, to redeem any tickets for this game: #1736 Hit $200,000 ($5) overall odds are 1 in 4.13. More...

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Lometa structure fire - Free Access

Fire heavily damaged Ecology Revolution, a feed manufacturing business near Lometa, on Sunday. Firefighters from Lometa, Lampasas, San Saba and Goldthwaite battled the blaze for hours. More...

LISD board proposes no tax increase

A flurry of activity before the next year of school starts in the Lampasas Independent School District was capped Monday evening by a meeting of the Board of Trustees. Trustees set a public hearing for Aug. 29 at 6 p.m. More...

Circus scheduled for today at ranch - Free Access

Valentine's Mighty Circus will visit Bar 17 Ranch and Arena, with shows set for 5 and 7:30 p.m. More...

Work underway on senior living development

Site prep is underway for the Estates at Lampasas, a senior living center to be constructed near the north end of Lampasas.  The development is off North Ridge Street, on land behind the Hoffpauir auto dealerships.  More...

Life

This old house

Former Lampasans come back, aim to restore home on Third Street

Two former Lampasans have come back home and have opted to restore a house that badly needed it. Beth Cude blames her sister for exploiting her love of old houses and always wanting to restore one. More...

Couple together 66 years

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E. Johnson of Oakalla celebrate 66 years together today. The couple married Aug. More...

Homecoming set

The Lake Victor Homecoming will be Aug. 13 at the Lake Victor Community Center, located halfway between Burnet and Lampasas on FM 2340.  Lunch will be served starting at 12:30 p.m. The meal includes barbecue, beans, coleslaw, bread and tea. More...

Sports

Receivers learning fast-paced offense

Running plays have dominated the Badger offense for the past seven seasons. But the adjustment to Troy Rogers’ pass-heavy spread offense seems to be smooth so far. More...

Cross country participation strong

Badger runners, from left, Izaiah Andrade, Juan Barrera, Kirby Berry and Luke Palacios are among the 39 to 40 runners who had joined cross country as of Wednesday morning. More...

Volleyball scrimmages begin today

The Lady Badgers face multiple opponents today in a series of volleyball scrimmages at Marble Falls. Their first scrimmage is at 9:20 a.m. against Johnson City. More...