The Lampasas High School Class of 1963 held its reunion Sept. 15 at Yumm Again on East Third Street. Twenty-five members of the class -- which had about 90 graduates

House of Forgiveness, 908 E. Fourth St., will host a free, full turkey dinner on Thanksgiving Day. The event, open to the public, will be from 12:30-2:30 p.m. “We welcome

Lampasas firefighters, left to right, Bart Baker, Hunter Sanguinet, Robert Resa, Derek Smith and Capt. Corey Greiner delivered coats to students in need at Kline Whitis Elementary School and Hanna


Squared Silly – the Vision Lampasas-sponsored downtown Halloween event – offered a costume contest for children, families and pets. Results follow. PETS Large Pet: Bolt (hot dog), owner: Harley Crumley

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During a recent Lampasas City Council meeting, Mayor Misti Talbert presented the Community Champion honor to Boy Scout Troop 200 Scoutmaster Larry Eddinger. Talbert noted that, under Eddinger’s guidance, 10

Lampasas Courtyard Square Garage Sale on Saturday will offer all manner of booths and wares for those who enjoy shopping.

Lampasas may seem a quiet town today, but former state historian Bill O'Neal said in the 1870s, the outbreak of gunfights here matched the levels of violence seen in the Old West's most storied shootout sites.