The Pierian Club met April 9 in the St. Mary’s Episcopal Church annex with a majority of the members present. President Cherie Leavell welcomed members, and the invocation was given

In honor of Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month, the Eighth Annual Do You See Me Now of Central Texas Run will take place April 28 at 1 p.m. The motorcycle

The Smith Cemetery of School Creek will host its annual meeting and meal on April 27 at 11 a.m. The meeting will take place at the School Creek Baptist Church,

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The Duke University Talent Identification Program is honoring academically talented seventh-graders for their scores on the ACT or SAT college entrance exams. This year’s honorees include Luke Rogers and Aspen Wheeler of Lampasas Middle School.

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Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller will be the featured speaker at the April 23 meeting of the Lampasas County Republican Club. 
The meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. in the first-floor meeting room at the Lampasas County Office Building, 409 S. Pecan St. across from the courthouse.  
Miller hails from Stephenville. He is an eighth-generation farmer and rancher and a graduate of Tarleton State University. A former state representative, he has served as the state’s commissioner of agriculture since January 2015.
Miller believes that “with God’s help and a little cowboy logic we can keep Texas on the right trail.”

JIM LOWE | DISPATCH RECORD A yard at Brown and East Fourth streets shows a sea of bluebonnets. Those who enjoy seeing colorful wildflowers still can do so at a number of places around the county.

A yard at Brown and East Fourth streets shows a sea of bluebonnets. Those who enjoy seeing colorful wildflowers still can do so at a number of places around the county.

DAVID LOWE | DISPATCH RECORD Isabelle Smith, left, and Zaharah Elam sample cookies during the Lampasas County Museum's Teddy Bear Tea Party on Saturday at the M.D. Abel building. Girls participated in "tea time" and listened as Jan Vann read several children's stories.

Isabelle Smith, left, and Zaharah Elam sample cookies during the Lampasas County Museum's Teddy Bear Tea Party on Saturday at the M.D. Abel building. Girls participated in "tea time" and listened as Jan Vann read several children's stories.

Kline Whitis Elementary School has released its list of honor students for the third nine-week period of the 2018-19 term. A HONOR ROLL First grade: Colton Fitts, Beau Fry, James

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