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Talks with architects to provide information about possible new jail

Sheriff Jess Ramos will contact architects for information as county officials consider the possibility of building a new jail.  On Monday, the Lampasas County Commissioners Court voted 4-0, with Precinct 1 Commissioner Robert Vincent absent, to More...

BRIEFLY

Free concert The Elderly Brothers -- Clark Corbin, Trent Lancaster, Zane Lancaster and Robbis Storm -- will give a free concert Saturday from 7:30-9:30 p.m. on the downtown square. More...

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Burnet County crash

An Area Wide Locksmith van was involved in a collision on U.S. Highway 281 South toward Burnet last Friday afternoon. More...

New burn ban allows some exceptions for fires

Lampasas County Commissioners Court has implemented an outdoor burn ban for all areas outside incorporated cities. The prohibition on burning is to remain in place through Nov. More...

Defendant given eight years in TDCJ for burglary charge

At his arraignment last week, San Saba resident Justin Doyle Pierce received a punishment of eight years in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice for burglary of a habitation. He was ordered to pay court costs as well.  More...

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Public Notices

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ISSUE CERTIFICATES OF OBLIGATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of Lampasas, Texas (the “City”), at its meeting to commence at 7:00 P.M. on September 26, More...

Staying cool

Fyness Gorecki, 11, leaps into Hanna Springs Swimming Pool as Rose Garcia gets out of the water. More...

City Council votes to borrow up to $6 million

The Lampasas City Council voted Monday to publish a notice of the city’s intent to borrow up to $6.1 million -- $6 million spendable, after paying the cost of issuance -- for capital improvements. More...

Grape harvest

Area growers’ results vary; crop from West Texas supplements local fruit

This year’s grape harvest yields have varied across the state, although wine producers near Lampasas said they are pleased with the quality of their fruit. More...

Life

Take Me Home program launched in Lampasas

Initiative will aid police department when dealing with non-verbal individuals

Lampasas Police Department will take part in the “Take Me Home” program that lets police officers have valuable information when dealing with individuals who may be nonverbal or suffer from dementia, Alzheimer’s and other similar di More...

Kiwanis Club offers stay-in-school scholarship

Kiwanis Club of Lampasas County is offering a $2,000 scholarship opportunity to two continuing students at an institution of higher learning, including universities, colleges, academies, seminaries, institutes of technology, vocational schools, trade More...

Refurbishing the museum

Renovations continue at the Lampasas County Museum.  In the photo, Anna Crawford dusts off a clock that will be used for a future exhibit.  Soon the interior wall color will be selected by the museum’s board of trustees, and painting More...

Sports

Linemen crucial to new offense

The home scrimmage today against Taylor should give the Badgers a clearer picture of which players have earned starting positions. More...

Lady Badger volleyball team beaten in three sets

Gatesville defeated Lampasas in the volleyball season opener Tuesday 25-8, 25-20, 25-8.  “I think we were as prepared as we could have been for the level we’re at now,” coach Denise Ponder said after her first match with the La More...

Football fundraiser

The Badger Card fundraiser is underway. The cards, sold for $20 each, include discount offers for 16 local businesses.  LHS coaches said no outside fundraising company is involved, and all proceeds will benefit the Badger football program.  More...