Lampasas senior Kolbe Penick drives hard against Burnet’s Jud Roy in Tuesday night’s district loss to the Bulldogs.
Whitney Doyen cheers for the Lady Badgers from the sideline during a recent basketball game.
John Ohnmeiss watches as his wife, Elizabeth, putts on the 18th hole at Putters & Gutters Fun Center on Wednesday. At property owner Roy Cockrell’s request, the city is annexing the 4-acre business property on U.S. Highway 281 South.
Dr. Chane Rascoe
Lampasas Middle School seventh-graders Caleb Bott, Cameron Lofton, Hank Kielpinski, Jaden Phillips and Keaton Black, clockwise from left, use practice sheets to prepare for their UIL chess competition. Middle school students participated in chess and speaking events on Tuesday, and they will have the opportunity to compete in academic subjects next week at Burnet Middle School.


BEND COMMUNITY MEETING The Bend Community Meeting will be Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at the Bend Community Center. Participants should bring chili, soup or stew to share. Election of officers

Lampasas could see some of its coldest weather of the season this weekend, although predicted temperatures have moderated a few degrees since earlier forecasts were made. At press time, the


The Badger varsity powerlifting team extended a regular-season winning s


Burnet became the second district basketball team to upset the state-ranked Lady Badgers, as the Lady Bulldogs won 55-50 on Tuesday. Like last week’s eight-point loss to Liberty Hill, Tuesday’s



With the upcoming Lampasas Wildlife Tax Valuation Workshop full, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service officials encourage community members to seek nearby workshops. Wildlife Tax Valuation Workshops will take place in

The Oran Milo Roberts Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas held a Game Day on Dec. 17 at the Hostess House in Hancock Park. The set-up was