Lampasas County Area Go Texan awarded a $1,500 scholarship to three graduates of the Lampasas High School Class of 2019. Front row from left are Rusti Baker, Eric Flores --

The Lampasas County Higher Education Center once again will offer its College for Kids in June. Courses for the Summer 2019 College for Kids program include: Wild Things Zoofari Animal

Four Lometa High School journalism students received Individual Achievement Awards from the UIL’s Interscholastic League Press Corps. Their winning work will be published in the 2018-2019 Lometa High School yearbook,

MONDAY Barbecue chicken breast, ranch potato salad, bean salad, cinnamon apricots, bread and milk. TUESDAY Beef stroganoff, noodles, brussels sprouts, escalloped peaches, crackers and milk. WEDNESDAY Crunchy baked fish, carrots,

Dorothy Louise Keeling celebrated her 103rd birthday at Springs Oaks Nursing and Rehab last week. She was visited by family members, back row from left, Len Fate, nephew-in-law; Gene Keeling,

Gillen’s Co-op Mercantile, located at 517 E. Third St. on the downtown square, held a ribboncutting ceremony May 23. Present for the celebration were owners Derek Groves -- holding scissors

The Lampasas County Republican Party will host a Leadership Institute Texas Campaign School on June 14 from 8:15 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. at the Lampasas County Office Building conference room,