Law enforcement and emergency responders have a tough job when it comes to an active shooter situation, but after witnessing the intense, often chaotic, as-close-as-real-life training offered last week by

BEST Day – Lometa’s Barter, Exchange, Sell, Trade event, sponsored by American Legion Post 116 – is scheduled for Saturday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Lometa Regional Park.

Betty Breneman, at left, retired from Oil States Industries after nearly 30 years. In the foreground, General Manager Ron Hickerson makes some remarks about the HR generalist before the cake

This 1976 Ford F-150 4x4 belongs to Kempner resident Jeff Hawes. The truck has a big block 360 with 4-speed manual transmission. Hawes said radio doesn’t work, but he sings

The Lampasas Health and Wellness Partnership is coordinating an upcoming event called Mental Health First Aid. This free, all-day training and certification program will be July 20 from 8 a.m.

Kiwanis Club of Lampasas County is offering a $2,000 scholarship and a $1,500 scholarship to two continuing education students at an institution of higher learning, including universities, academies, seminaries and

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Conor Peters officially started work as First United Methodist Church youth director on Sunday. The fifth-generation Floridian recently moved to Texas and is pursuing a master’s degree from Austin Presbyterian

Lampasas Public Library will host an Active Shooter Training program for the public on Thursday. Shown here is Officer Will Sneed, who spoke at a similar event in late January.

Miss Spring Ho of 2017 Kara Boatner and this year’s Spring Ho Committee President Beth Hensley hold Spring Ho badges that are for sale at locations around Lampasas. They stand

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