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Texas Department of State Health Services held a poster contest for rabies safety. Hanna Springs Elementary second-grader Lorelai Dressell, at right, received third place, earning a certificate and gift card

Mothers, daughters, grandmas, mimis, grammies and other women are invited to a Mother’s Day Tea Party May 12 at 11 a.m. at the Lonesome Pine Event Center, 6145 FM 2657

INDUCTION INTO TEXAS BANKERS HALL OF FAME David Barnard, the former president/CEO and current chairman of the board of National United, has been inducted into the Texas Bankers Hall of

Pidcoke United Methodist Church will hold its annual Big Feed event on May 12 at 5:30 p.m. The meal features fried fish and brisket, plus fixin’s, drink and dessert. The

Pedernales Electric Cooperative announced the recipients of its 2018 scholarships for local high school seniors at an April 26 reception at the cooperative’s Johnson City headquarters. Twenty-eight students received a

At left, Lampasas High School senior Joshua Smith receives a Lampasas Band Boosters scholarship from president Jennifer DePew. The scholarship was for $750.

The local Daughters of the Republic of Texas sponsored a Game Day for April. The event was held April 16 with six tables of party bridge. A good time was

Savannah Cook, at left, received a $750 scholarship from Band Boosters President Jennifer DePew at the Lampasas High School Senior Awards Night presentation.

The Lampasas County Republican Party awarded its first $1,000 scholarship to Lampasas High School valedictorian Kyndal Moyer, presented by Dr. Randy Hoyer. Each Lampasas senior applicant wrote an essay of

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