ALEXANDRIA RANDOLPH The inaugural Lantern Lighting celebration was memorable.

By Alexandria Randolph
Dispatch Record

Dispatch Record readers, I must say my farewell. After more than a year and a half with this newspaper, my path will be taking me elsewhere. I can’t express what a pleasure it has been to serve your community.

Dylan Kannan

Four Lampasas High School graduates from the Class of 2019 recently completed their basic training as military recruits.

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Diane Davis, president of the Oran Milo Roberts Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas, right, presents a $300 donation to Melodie Finney, secretary/treasurer of the Christmas on

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Visitors to the Lampasas Public Library look for clues in a Christmas-themed “escape room” activity offered earlier this month. An escape room simulates the experience of being locked in a

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Dr. Steve Forsythe, a retired Lampasas agriculture science educator, met with Texas A&M student teachers earlier this month on the Texas A&M University campus. Forsythe will supervise six future ag

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Kempner Mayor Dr. Keith Harvey recently recognized Lampasas High School senior Hunter Steele for his service to the community. Steele has served the community in a number of ways for


The Lampasas County Museum has announced the winners of the annual Christmas tree decorating contest and Gingerbread House Contest. The contests were held last week as part of the Carol