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Bloomin’ Fest activities scheduled Saturday on downtown square

Saturday's Bloomin' Fest will offer plenty of ways to celebrate the arrival of spring. More...

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Deaths

Ms. Thurman

Penny LaVana Thurman, 61, of Kingsland died March 28, 2017.  She was born to Elvie and Linnie Gene (Lee) Tubbs on April 25, 1955 in San Saba.  Ms. Thurman was a caretaker in the medical field. More...

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Lampasas Cattle Auction

The report from the March 29 Lampasas Cattle Auction follows.  Cattle and calves: Estimated receipts 398, compared to 393 last sale and 337 at this time last year.   More...

Spring is in the air with Bloomin’ Fest

Bloomin’ Fest will take place around the Lampasas courthouse square this Saturday. The event will have many vendors and activities for families.   More...

Arizona mission trip brings gospel to Navajos

Members of Grace Fellowship grew in their faith while serving on a spring break mission to a Navajo reservation in Houck, Arizona.  The mission, roughly a week long, included a project to pour a concrete foundation for an addition to the local c More...

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Public Notices

NOTICE TO CREDITORSNotice is hereby given thatoriginal Letters Testamentaryfor the Estate of ELEANOR S.MIDDAUGH, Deceased, wereissued on March 23, 2017, inCause No. 6859, pending inthe County Court of Lampasas,Texas, to: CHARLES J.MIDDAUGH. More...

Lometa town hall addresses jail proposal

About 45 people attended a town hall meeting Tuesday in Lometa, where Sheriff Jess Ramos offered information about the proposed new county jail. More...

Council changes site for potential FM 580 West arena

Responding to property owners’ concerns, the Lampasas City Council on Monday agreed to plan for an arena on the west side of the FM 580 Sports Park instead of farther east in the park, closer to the Fawn Acres neighborhood.  A standing-roo More...

BRIEFLY

SCHOOL BOARD The Lampasas Independent School District Board of Trustees will meet Monday at 6 p.m. in the district Administration Building, 207 W. Eighth St. BURN BAN LIFTED More...

Life

Lampasas High School students head to region

Lampasas High School students who qualified for UIL academic regionals on April 7-8 are, bottom row, from left, Celie Price, Cassidy Gillis, Megan Dwamena and Jessica Ball; middle row, Robert Madden, Garrett McGuire, Julieta Munoz, Morgan Magill, Hun More...

High school gets generous film equipment donation from parent

The Lampasas High School Audio-Visual Department has tripled its equipment, thanks to a donation by parent Bob Luthi. Cathy Kuehne, the school’s digital arts and animation teacher, said the donation was worth more than $20,000. More...

Hoffpauir Chevrolet honored by LISD

Hoffpauir Group owner Lee Hoffpauir accepts an award from Lampasas Independent School District Superintendent Dr. Chane Rascoe, right, and CTE Director Randy Brady for his support of the district’s Career and Technical Education program.   More...

Sports

Panthers pounce on Badger errors

LHS bats well, but tide turns in fifth inning

The Badgers’ solid hitting was overshadowed by errors Tuesday in a 13-6 loss to the No. 13 Liberty Hill Panthers. Lampasas (3-1 in district, 13-5 overall) is just the third team this season to score at least six runs against Liberty Hill. More...

4A baseball Top 25

according to the March 27 txhighschoolbaseball.com poll

1. Argyle (13-1-1) 2. Abilene Wylie (17-1) 3. Robinson (15-2) 4. Pleasant Grove (17-2) 5. Godley (13-2-1) 6. Silsbee (16-2) 7. Robstown (9-4-1) 8. Sealy (13-2) 9. Sweeny (8-7) 10. Sinton (10-3-2) 11. More...

Liberty Hill lives up to top-ranked softball billing

The Liberty Hill Lady Panthers made a strong case for their No. 1 ranking as they shut out Lampasas 13-0 on Tuesday. Early in the season, Lampasas won 15-0 against the No. 2 team, Lorena. More...