The Tri-County Methodist Men will meet Thursday, March 22 at 6 p.m. in the Wesley Fellowship Hall at First United Methodist Church in Lampasas. The church is on Alexander Lane. Retired Marine Lt. Col. Daryl Hurst -- a Lampasas High School teacher -- will speak about patriotism.

Gracie Moore’s mediumweight black cross was named reserve champion black cross at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo this past week. The steer, named Kash, was bred by CenTex Genetics.


The Texas Floodplain Management Association recently named County Judge Wayne Boultinghouse the 2018 Floodplain Manager of the Year. Boultinghouse has been a member of TFMA since 2008, when he became

A “Grow It … Preserve It … Enjoy It” food preservation workshop offered by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension will be April 27 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. in the

Landon Irvin’s steer placed third in its class, earning a Houston brand. He went through the sale of his steer Saturday after the Houston Livestock Show concluded.

Lauren Perkins placed third with her black cross steer and made the sale at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. She sold her steer in the premium sale. The steer

The Lampasas County Retired Teachers Association met at Taylor Creek Elementary School on March 6 for its monthly meeting. Karon Brown gave the invocation, and Dr. Jerry Christian, president, conducted

The Outdoor Power Equipment Institute -- an international trade association representing more than 100 power equipment, engine and utility vehicle manufacturers and suppliers -- reminds homeowners to keep safety in

March is Texas History Month, a time to fly the Texas flag and celebrate our state’s unique history. Recognizing the importance of Texas history, the Legislature enacted legislation on June

The Browning Community Garden Club of Kempner will not hold its regular meeting in March. Instead, the club will have a “Tour de Garden” field trip today. Members will tour