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No burn ban   There is no burn ban in effect, so controlled outdoor fires are allowed in parts of the county outside incorporated city limits.  Officials ask those who plan controlled burns to notify the Lampasas County Sheriff’s Offi More...

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Deaths

Mr. Casey

Wayne Wilburn Casey, 80, of Lampasas died Nov. 2, 2016 at Spring Oaks Nursing and Rehabilitation.  An informal memorial reception will be held Nov. 12 from 1-3 p.m. at the Lampasas Fire Station.  Mr. Casey was born Feb. More...

Mrs. Hall

Ruth Sarah Van Pelt Hall, 34, of Lampasas died Nov. 6, 2016.  A funeral service was conducted Nov. 10 at Sneed Funeral Chapel. Burial followed in Oak Hill Cemetery.  Mrs. More...

Mr. Moresco

Funeral service for “Pat” Primo Moresco, 91, of Alvarado will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Nov. 12, 2016 at Watts Chapel United Methodist Church in Johnson County. The Rev. More...

Sports

Lometa plays familiar underdog role for football playoffs tonight

The Lometa Hornets take on the undefeated, third-ranked Jonesboro Eagles tonight in bi-district football. The playoff match-up is set for 6:30 p.m. in Blanket. More...

Runners to compete at state Saturday

The Lady Badger cross country team and two Badger individual qualifiers will compete Saturday in the state meet at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock.  Lampasas placed third in the varsity girls’ division of the regional meet in Huntsville Oc More...

Lampasas Football Hall of Fame

Dale “Heavy” Walker recently was announced as the next selection for the Lampasas Football Hall of Fame. Walker played for the Badgers in the 1950s and went on to compete for the TCU Horned Frogs. More...

Reed prevails in district clerk race

Buckingham victorious for state Senate; Cosper claims Texas House seat

In the lone contested race for Lampasas County office, Republican Cody Reed defeated Independent candidate Edith Wagner Harrison by a wide margin Tuesday to retain his position as district clerk. More...

School board discusses District of Innovation plans

Two hot topics were discussed Monday evening at a public hearing for the Lampasas Independent School District Board of Trustees meeting: District of Innovation plans, and the ongoing petition for detachment and annexation of LISD land in the east end More...

Life

Firefighters complete police academy

Three cross-trained to fulfill police or fire department roles

Three Lampasas Fire Department firefighters graduated Nov. More...

Couple to wed Dec. 17

Mike Kammlah and the late Nelda Brister Kammlah of Austin are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Marissa Rebekah Kammlah, to Nathan Edward Brown, son of Rita and Ed Brown of Lampasas. The wedding is planned for Dec. 17 at 6 p.m. More...

Book set in Lampasas ready for purchase

Austin author Adrienne deWolfe chose Lampasas as the setting for a western romance novel about her heroine, Sadie Michelson, a gun-slinging Pinkerton agent.  “Devil in Texas” is set in 1883 during Lampasas’ Golden Age as a rail More...

News

State park entrance free on Saturday

In honor of both active and retired military, daily entrance fees at Texas state parks will be waived Sunday for all visitors. More...

Tour of Homes

The Santa Fe Depot at Second and Live Oak will be part of the Christmas Tour of Homes on Dec. 4. Tickets are available for $10 each at the Lampasas County Museum, from board members or at My Girls. More...

Whooping cranes start fall migration

The iconic, endangered whooping crane has embarked on its annual fall migration, and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is reminding Texans to expect these impressive birds to be moving through the state in the weeks ahead as they travel to wint More...

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Public Notices

NOTICE TO CREDITORSNotice is hereby given thatoriginal Letters Testamentaryfor the Estate of ZELLA MAEKENNEDY, Deceased, wereissued on August 17, 2016, inCause No. More...