Keely Wilson of Lampasas recently was named to the 2018 TCU Scholars list. Wilson obtained a 4.0 grade-point average at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth.


Lampasas native Cynthia Annette (Bell) Cross has retired after 31 years of federal service. She was recognized during a Corpus Christi Army Depot Retirement Ceremony on Feb. 1. Cross spent


The Browning Community Garden Club and Kempner Mayor Carolyn Crane celebrated Arbor Day on Jan. 25. The annual celebration took place at Sylvia Tucker Memorial Park in Kempner. A Mexican

Avery and Reagan Seymour scraped together just enough snow to make a pair of snowmen during wintry weather last weekend.

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U.S. Rep. Roger Williams (R–Austin) released the following statement upon being appointed to the Financial Service Committee by Republican Ranking Member Patrick McHenry: “I am honored to have been selected

Kempner Mayor Carolyn Crane and Police Chief Jess Cerda, center, had lunch recently with Lt. Col. Ronald Sturgeon, the new commander of the 62nd Engineer Battalion at Fort Hood. The

With the spring semester in full swing, Lampasas ISD campuses have a slew of events coming up for students and parents. School officials shared the following events that are scheduled

Kline Whitis Elementary fourth-graders Emma English and Lola Patterson, left to right, sported pink and blue poodle-skirts for the class’ 1950s music concert on Thursday morning. One song performed was

The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service in Lampasas County and Burnet County, and the Hill Country Soil and Water Conservation District invite the public to attend their fiscal year 2020