EDITOR’S NOTE: The Lampasas Dispatch Record asked Lampasas ISD elementary schools to share a few “Letters to Santa Claus” from local first-graders. Letters from Hanna Springs Elementary and Kline Whitis Elementary students follow. Letters from Taylor Creek Elementary students will be printed in an upcoming edition.

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Republican County Chairman Skipper Wallace, left, is pictured with Lampasas fireman Cole Ingram and some of the toys donated by members of the Lampasas County Republican Party for the annual

Vendor Edith Harrison, left, talks to Teresa Faught during the Town and Country Study Club’s annual Christmas Bazaar held recently in the county courthouse. Harrison and her husband, Jerry, offered

Youth from First United Methodist Church gather for applause after a live nativity they staged Sunday evening to tell the story of the Savior’s birth. The nativity scene followed the

The Lampasas High School Criminal Justice Team captured third place in the DWI/Accident Investigation category at a competition last week. Back row, left to right, are Skylar Poole, Trevor Johnstone, Brandi Straley and Adrian Mayo; front row, Elijah Rivera and Hailey Bull. Not pictured: Dillion Best and Trinitee Everidge.

The Lampasas High School Criminal Justice Team had a third-place finish in a regional competition last week. 
On Dec. 1, a team of four students attended the Texas Public Service Teachers Association second annual competition in Georgetown, taking third place in one event.

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