Isaiah Rhodes (11) closes in on a Lorena ball carrier in the Badgers' home opener.
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JESSICA MALDONADO | LAMPASAS DISPATCH RECORD
JEFF LOWE | DISPATCH RECORD
Mike and Sandra Irvin are constructing a 36,000-square-foot development called the Market Place at Sulphur Creek. It is managed by Roland Johnson II, right.

News

BY ALEXANDRIA RANDOLPH
DISPATCH RECORD 

By David Lowe
Dispatch Record

The Lampasas City Council voted unanimously Sept. 9 to approve a final replat for Brodie Estates and to amend the development agreement for the subdivision on the southeast side of town.

Sports

Isaiah Rhodes (11) closes in on a Lorena ball carrier in the Badgers' home opener.

UPDATE: Lorena won 31-30 over the Badgers on Friday.

 

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Life

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Debbie Reynolds, a Bend-area rancher and competitive dancer, has purchased the historic Markward Manor in east Lampasas and renamed it the Adelphia. Reynolds bought the 18-acre property at 101 East

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