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After 24 years with the city of Lampasas, retiring Street Superintendent Bob Goodart looks forward to spending more time with his kids and grandkids. Goodart’s last official day on the

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Three students from Lampasas High School went to Harvard University to compete in the 44th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament in late February. Those students -- Sena Kucukkarca, Brooke Branum

Those who medaled at region competition last week were Lampasas High School students, front row from left, Angelea Lance, Katelyn Terry, Julieta Munoz, Brooke Branum, Sena Kucukkarca and Sara Bryant.

During Wednesday’s Lampasas ISD kindergarten roundup, Amanda Renshaw, at left, enrolls her 4-year-old son Christopher while talking to Bre Dimas, who was registering her 4-yearold son Tagg. At right, 5-year-old

Second-grade Kline Whitis Elementary School student Melody Elam shows off her eight legs to guests visiting the Wednesday showcase. Students crafted costumes and researched about animals to present them to

With newly installed light poles behind him, Precinct 2 road crew member Bruce Owens uses a roller to work on the area outside the FM 580 West Sports Complex arena.

Aaron Lucas of Lucas Brothers Construction rakes dirt into the bucket of a track machine to clean the area behind the bucking chutes at the FM 580 West Sports Complex

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