The Briggs Community Center, located on Loop 308, will host Pickin’ & Grinnin’/”Open Mic” Night on Friday at 6:30 p.m. The event is free, and a snack bar will be

BEST OF SNO Lampasas High School sophomore Lexi Moreland has had one of her stories selected for national Best of SNO recognition. The School Newspapers Online network showcases the top

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Lometa students of the month, from right, Copeland Brister, Gabriel Moore and Cheyenne Butler were recognized last week along with Ronda Bridges, Lometa ISD employee of the month. Bridges is

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Iola Williams

LAMPASAS RESIDENT SERVED ON SAN JOSE COUNCIL The Mercury News in San Jose, California has noted that Iola Williams – San Jose’s first African American City Council member – died in April after a struggle with Parkinson’s disease.

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Those with tickets will board chartered buses at the chamber of commerce office this weekend for a tour of Fiesta Winery, Pillar Bluff Vineyards, Torr Na Lochs Vineyard & Winery

DAVID LOWE | DISPATCH RECORD Author and illustrator Steve Harpster waves to Kline Whitis Elementary School students and their loved ones during Family Night.

While using an electronic device to give a drawing lesson, author and illustrator Steve Harpster waves to Kline Whitis Elementary School students and their loved ones during Family Night.

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Alongtime Lampasas accountant has retired after nearly four decades of work with clients’ finances. Diane Frank said goodbye to her Lampasas bookkeeping and tax service office in late August in

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Marilyn May won the People’s Choice Award at the Texas Extension Education Association state conference in San Marcos last week with a pastel pencil drawing of her dog, Yawnie. The

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