Stephanie Rabago, right, shops at Daniel Coy’s Cutting Edge Knife booth, part of the Spring Ho Arts and Crafts Fair.

Ava Preece, left, and her little sister, Eden, take a spin on the Spring Ho pony rides Saturday afternoon in W.M. Brook Park.

Jessee Lee, the daughter of songwriter David Lee, performs at the Hayloft Party while her dad listens from the stage. David Lee -- a 1987 Lampasas High School graduate --

Lampasas volunteer-firefighterin-training Tristan Rodgers, right, helps a young Spring Ho participant control a fire hose during a Kids’ Day event. The object of the “water polo” game was to use

Winners of the 2018 Spring Ho “Let the Good Times Roll” Floor/Window Decoration Contest have been announced. They are as follows: Window display – Rutland’s Fashion & Western Wear, first

KCYL radio station owner Ronnie Witcher, right, recognizes Harold Harton -- who has attended the Hayloft Party all 71 years it has been held. Harton did not perform on Tuesday,

SATURDAY, JULY 21 COURTHOUSE TOURS, 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Lampasas County Courthouse, 501 E. Fourth St. MONDAY, JULY 23 LAMPASAS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COURT, 9 a.m. Lampasas County Courthouse, 501

From left, 10-year-old Carolyne White and her 7-year-old sister Madelynn visit with friend Judy Lansford during Gospel Night.

Breast cancer survivor Mary Kinnibrugh, left, purchases breast cancer support bracelets for grandchildren Liberty Dotson, 6, and Corbin, 9, from Lampasas High School 10th-graders Kinsley Lindeman, background at left, and

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