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School board approves purchase of buses

The Lampasas Independent School District Board of Trustees held a short meeting Monday, quickly approving consent-agenda matters including the purchase of three school buses and two technology-related items. More...

Ron Farr announces he will run for Precinct 2 county commissioner

Builder and former Lampasas Independent School District trustee Ron Farr has announced his plans to run for Precinct 2 county commissioner. More...

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Vehicle hits parked truck

A Kempner woman received minor injuries Wednesday, a Lampasas police officer said, after the vehicle she was driving ran into a parked pickup on Nix Road. More...

Woman escapes injury after hitting fence on FM 580 East

A Lampasas woman avoided injury Tuesday when the van she was driving ran off FM 580 East and hit the corner of a barbed-wire fence that has metal braces.  Texas Department of Public Safety Cpl. More...

ARRESTS

The following arrests were reported to the Lampasas Dispatch Record by area law enforcement officials. The Dispatch Record prints the name and charge(s) of people arrested for at least one Class B misdemeanor – or more serious – offense. More...

Public Notices - Free Access

PUBLIC NOTICES

27TH DISTRICT CLERK CODY L. REED DISTRICT CLERK 409 S. PECAN ST., STE 204 LAMPASAS, TEXAS 76550   More...

Lometa Homecoming Court

Lometa’s 2017 Homecoming Court includes, front row from left, Sage Thompson, Taylor Dunlap, Nikayla Waller, Melanie Hernandez, Addie Chism, Alli Molter and Savannah Simerly; back row from left, Ryan Davidson, Mason Hines, Javier Felan, Daniel Scarbor More...

Greg Crawford to contend for county judge position

Lampasas native Greg Crawford has announced his intention to run for county judge in 2018.  The race to succeed County Judge Wayne Boultinghouse, who is not seeking re-election, has drawn several candidates.  More...

BRIEFLY

FUNDRAISER FOR HURRICANE RELIEF   First United Methodist Men will hold a fundraiser Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the church’s Wesley Fellowship Hall, 2 Alexander Lane in Lampasas.  Proceeds will be used for hurricane relief. More...

Life

Badger Band officers announced

Lampasas High School Badger Band officers for the 2017-2018 school year are, front row from left, Amanda Fuller, Rebecca Knowles, Mallory Glennon, Vesna Perez and Kelly Ruperto; back row from left, Dylan DePew, Savannah Cook, Laura-Anne Gehring and A More...

Students earn welding certification

Lampasas High School students enrolled in welding Career and Technical Education courses received their first certifications, teacher Ricky Prescott said.  The ANSI Z49.1 Fitness for Duty torch certification demonstrates students can weld, cut a More...

CLASS REUNIONS

CLASS OF 1967   The Lampasas High School Class of 1967 will begin its reunion activities at Alfredo’s Mexican Restaurant Oct. More...

Sports

Confident about Homecoming

Hornets favored over Sidney, but recovering from sickness

Lometa’s defense has allowed fewer points per game than six of the top 10 teams in Six Man Div. I have allowed. More...

Taylor inches closer to playoff contention with win over LHS

Taylor moved ahead of Lampasas by one match in the district standings, beating the Lady Badgers in three sets on Tuesday.  The Lady Ducks (2-5) won 25-9, 25-18, 25-20 to drop Lampasas to 1-6 in district play.  More...

Fredericksburg takes all four middle school volleyball matches

The Lady Badgers’ eighth-grade “A” team played two very close sets but lost 24-26, 25-23, 9-25 to Fredericksburg on Monday.  Coach Christy Wiley said Lampasas “showed great skill.”  More...