Members of several churches gathered downtown on Saturday to pray for the nation’s wellbeing, for forgiveness and protection from God.
Seventy-six vehicles formed a “Trump Train” caravan in Lampasas, with many vehicles carrying U.S., Texas and Trump 2020 flags. The procession started near Lampasas High School and traveled across town by way of Key Avenue on Saturday.
With their highest scoring since Kyle Molter’s 13-touchdown game in 2015
The Lady Badgers placed second in a nine-team field, behind only 6A Hebron, in the golf season opener. Squaw Valley Golf Course in Glen Rose hosted the 36-hole event Friday and Saturday. LeeAnn Parker shot the best 36-hole score of her career: 69-72--141.
Baby J’s Children’s Boutique opened July 31, and owner Michele Kent is excited to provide parents an option for trendy and functional children’s attire.
By Chris Ybarra | Dispatch Record
For the past 17 years, Lampasas County residents have relied on St. Mary Catholic Church’s Food Pantry, a non-profit ministry that provides food for those in need.