Workforce Solutions is recruiting training sites that can provide work experience and limited internship training this summer to youth clients between the ages of 16-24. Quality training sites are critical

SATURDAY, APRIL 7 TEXAS TRASH OFF PROJECT, 9 a.m., Browning Community Garden Club of Kempner. Meet by Adopt-a-Highway sign at FM 2657 and County Road 4744. Family and friends welcome

Classics at the Classic will give this quilt to a lucky winner at the club’s car show in September. The quilt was made by Ginger Henderson, using commemorative T-shirts from

Three-year-old Liam Hall, left, pets a sheep at the Lampasas Nursing & Rehabilitation festival Friday while Lampasas Middle School student Kyle Hunter helps corral the animals.

Lampasas Nursing & Rehabilitation Center volunteer Sherri Bassett paints the superhero Flash onto 5-year-old Jack Duncan’s face during an Easter festival last Thursday.

The Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act is accepting applications for the WIOA summer youth internship program. Openings are available for graduating seniors, foster youth and/or high school dropouts. Youth must meet

McDonald’s in Lampasas participated in the 17th Annual Bells and Whistles Good Friday Fundraiser, with 20 percent of its sales from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. that day going to

Lampasas-area law enforcement officials are teaming up to offer the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office Children’s Self-Defense/Self-Awareness Academy at the Lampasas High School gym on April 14. A parent’s presentation will

Kline Whitis Elementary School will hold an awards assembly for the third nine weeks on Thursday during Activity Time.

The Browning Community Garden Club of Kempner will hold its annual Texas Trash Off project on Saturday at 9 a.m. Club members will meet by their Adopted Highway sign at

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