Courtyard Square Association is sponsoring free concerts each Friday night in June from 8-10 p.m. at the downtown bandstand. Residents are invited to bring a lawn chair, and enjoy free

Voting opened May 24 for Pedernales Electric Cooperative’s annual board election. PEC members in Districts 1, 6 and 7 will vote for board directors who will represent them and their

Commencement exercises for the Lometa High School Class of 2018 will be today at 8 p.m. in the school’s new gymnasium. Former mayor Cynthia Kirby will play the processional on

Seniors who earned national scholarships are, from left, Keely Wilson, Taylor Loeffler, Emma Whaley and Gracie Moore. The national Built Ford Tough/Hoffpauir Ford Scholarships worth $1,000 each were presented to

Students who received an award for being the best of each department were, from left: Cassidy Gillis, Science; Julieta Munoz, Math; Savannah Cook, Art; Desiray Beeksma, Health Science Tech; Brady

We would like to help get your group’s event(s) listed in the Dispatch Record Calendar. The listing of community events and meetings is free. Calendar items must be submitted in

Heritage Daycare recently participated in the St. Jude Trikea-Thon. The daycare raised a total of $5,368.17. From left are Trike-a-Thon participants Eden Preece, Adelina Palacio and Parker Mosebar.

Metroplex Health System has announced that its President and CEO Carlyle Walton has accepted the position of president of the Adventist Health Policy Association. The AHPA is a public policy

Members of veterans organizations typically place flags around the Lampasas County Courthouse to recognize holidays such as Memorial Day. Flags also will be placed on veterans’ graves at Oak Hill

Hanna Springs Elementary School held a bike raffle for students with perfect attendance. The students who won, from left, are Tucker Simpson, Joshua Drake, Havyn Garrett, Aidan Cruz, Kyle Alderson,