Lampasas High School Class of 1963 members who attended their recent class reunion were, front row from left, Joyce Russell Key, Lynn Renick Gilmore and Don Pearce; second row from left, William Trussell, Karon Barnett Brown, Donnis Rhoades Self, Sandra Rawlings Craig and Todd Briggs; third row, Lewvon Landers Hicks, John Robert Bumpus and Tricia Clark Wilson; fourth row, Ray Turner, Bruce Cockran and Mary McGregor Lewis; fifth row, John Clark, Phillip King, Jack Chapman, Jud

The Lampasas High School Class of 1963 held its reunion Sept. 15 at Yumm Again on East Third Street.
Twenty-five members of the class -- which had about 90 graduates -- attended the reunion. In addition, 12 guests were present.

Lampasas firefighters, left to right, Bart Baker, Hunter Sanguinet, Robert Resa, Derek Smith and Capt. Corey Greiner delivered coats to students in need at Kline Whitis Elementary School and Hanna Springs Elementary School last Friday as part of Operation Warm.

Lampasas firefighters, left to right, Bart Baker, Hunter Sanguinet, Robert Resa, Derek Smith and Capt. Corey Greiner delivered coats to students in need at Kline Whitis Elementary School and Hanna Springs Elementary School last Friday as part of Operation Warm.

In honor of Respect Life Month, Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Lometa placed pink and blue crosses in the church yard as a memorial to unborn children aborted during pregnancy.

In honor of Respect Life Month, Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Lometa placed pink and blue crosses in the church yard as a memorial to unborn children aborted during pregnancy.

Raelynn Crawford wins first place in the newborn to 2-year-old category of the Squared Silly Costume Contest.

Squared Silly – the Vision Lampasas-sponsored downtown Halloween event – offered a costume contest for children, families and pets.
Results follow.

PETS
Large Pet
: Bolt (hot dog), owner: Harley Crumley

The next Lampasas Community Blood Drive is scheduled for Monday at the First Street Church of Christ Fellowship Hall. The blood drive will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30

Rollins Brook Community Hospital volunteers are sponsoring a Masquerade Marketplace jewelry and accessories sale Monday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the hospital lobby. Proceeds will benefit the hospital.

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The Lampasas High School Class of 1963 held its reunion Sept. 15 at Yumm Again on East Third Street. Twenty-five members of the class -- which had about 90 graduates

House of Forgiveness, 908 E. Fourth St., will host a free, full turkey dinner on Thanksgiving Day. The event, open to the public, will be from 12:30-2:30 p.m. “We welcome

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Lampasas firefighters, left to right, Bart Baker, Hunter Sanguinet, Robert Resa, Derek Smith and Capt. Corey Greiner delivered coats to students in need at Kline Whitis Elementary School and Hanna

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