As of about noon on April 2, Lampasas County had one confirmed case of COVID-19, County Judge Randy Hoyer said. No other details about the condition of the patient were available to release at press time.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order this week extending "social distancing" mandates through April 30, with exceptions to allow some "essential services,” which include various jobs and some religious services.
St. Mary Catholic Church’s Food Pantry at 701 N. Key Ave. will be open April 3 from 1-3 p.m.
The Lampasas and Lometa school districts continue to offer weekday meal service to students and parents.
The Lampasas City Council will meet Monday at 5:30 p.m. in Council Chambers to consider modification or cancellation of the mayoral Emergency Disaster Declaration (Stay Home, Stay Safe), which expires at midnight April 6.
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department biologists invite those interested in applying for the wildlife tax valuation to register for an upcoming workshop to learn about the guidelines and qualifications.