Cody and Becca Leach have a passion for reaching out to teens through the international Young Life ministry.

By Alexandria Randolph
After moving from Brownwood to the Lampasas community four years ago, Cody and Becca Leach had little idea where their passion for reaching young people would land them.

A date change for the upcoming Bark For Life event was announced after the printing of the Lampasas Dispatch Record's Feb. 26 edition.

The American Cancer Society Relay For Life will host Bark For Life on March 31 from noon to 3 p.m. at the Hanna Springs Sculpture Garden in Campbell Park.


Three-year-old Avery Grace Shirhall didn’t know a stranger, said her mother, Valinda McGehee. “People she was close to, she would tell them they were her superhero,” McGehee said. Little did

The Lometa L-M Garden and Civic Club had its monthly meeting Feb. 18 at the club building in Lometa. Light refreshments -- which included pound cake, a relish tray, cocktail

Statistics indicate that foodborne illness continues to be a health issue in the United States. Each year, one in six Americans will become sick, 128,000 will be hospitalized, and 3,000

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The Adamsville Volunteer Fire Department has named Paul Elton, left, its new chief and Dean Watson its new assistant chief. The vote for both was unanimous at a special called

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From left: Warren Thornton, Tori Caruthers, Abe Caruthers, Leah Caruthers, Lori Crocker, Jay Crocker, Rick Pickard, Mark McMillan, Tonya McMillan, Teresa Rogers and Lisa Dibble take a break from the