November 14, 2017 RSS feed / Life

The Badger yearbook receives state award nomination

The 2016-2017 Lampasas High School yearbook has been nominated for a Star Award through the UIL. The nomination means the yearbook is near the top 10 percent of student newspapers and yearbooks in Texas. More...

Burnet church to offer ‘survival’ seminars

First Baptist Church in Burnet will host three “Surviving the Holidays” seminars this weekend.  Times are Friday from 6-8 p.m. or Saturday from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Registration opens 30 minutes before each session. More...

Dementia care specialist to give presentation Nov. 25

Linda Bocanegra- Johnson will provide valuable Alzheimer’s and dementia information to her hometown on Nov. More...

Perception 12x12 contest entries accepted

Perception Creative Art School is accepting entries for its annual 12x12 juried art show.  In exchange for a $10 fee for adults (students pay no fee) and a completed entry form, each artist will receive a 12x12-inch canvas, which artists will tu More...

Lometa 4-H donates pig to stock show family

Lampasas County 4-H clubs recently held fundraisers to help families affected by Hurricane Harvey. More...

Supplies donated

Ella Glawson of Vidor is shown holding a bucket of stock show supplies donated by the Hines family. More...

Insurance companies donate bicycles to district schools

Lampasas insurance agencies Farm Bureau, Pratus Insurance, State Farm Insurance and Farmers Insurance Group donated money to purchase bicycles for the district’s elementary schools to be used a More...

Teachers discuss insurance

The Lampasas County Retired Teachers Association met recently in the Lampasas ISD Board Room with a room full of attendees.  President Dr. More...

Kline Whitis Elementary School lists student awards

Kline Whitis Elementary School has released its first nine-weeks awards. The awards are given to students who achieve high academic scores, show great character traits, have perfect attendance or show progress in their academic growth. More...