A proper Texas summer night includes a roar in the trees and dancing lights twinkling deep in the brush.
The Lampasas Independent School District has released its 2020-2021 School Supply List. Note: Some teachers may request additional items, and some items may need to be replenished during the school year.
Lampasas ISD released three documents July 20, providing its most recent plans for the upcoming school year, slated to begin August 10. Superintendent Dr. Chane Rascoe said state, local, and and district health authorities helped develop the plans, but they will likely change as the year progresses.
During the recent Texas Virtual State FFA Convention, Lampasas alumnus Joe Vann received the Honorary Lone Star FFA degree in recognition of his efforts for the Burnet FFA Chapter. Vann retired last month as ag teacher in Burnet Consolidated Independent School District after 31 years in education. He is the son of Faydell and the late Lee Vann. COURTESY PHOTO
Although the Spring Ho Grand Parade was canceled, the festival committee is keeping its float for next year. Pictured, left to right, are Spring Ho Chairwoman Jackie Lindeman, Terri Stubbs, Sherrie Berry, Monica Wykes, Dayna Berry and Holly Hill as they rode around the courthouse square last week after new committee members learned how to assemble the float. Boards on the back of the float were painted by Kinsley Lindeman, and the previous boards were a replica of a logo painted by Jonna Langford.
In more typical circumstances, hospitals across North, Central and East Texas would have two to three days’ worth of blood available. COVID-19 had a swift and profound effect on the community blood supply when sheltering in place took effect and blood drives at businesses, schools and other locations were canceled.
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