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Mid-January historically is the coldest time of year in Central Texas. According to the Lower Colorado River Authority, though, Lampasas’ temperatures were running 3.9 degrees above average for a roughly

ROBOTICS COMPETITION Taylor Creek Elementary School will host a robotics competition Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon. The competition, open to students from fourth grade through high school, will involve

David Fisher

By Chris Ybarra and David Lowe | Dispatch Record
The Lometa Independent School District Board of Trustees voted unanimously Tuesday to give Superintendent David Fisher a $2,400 raise. The vote was 6-0, with trustee James Chism absent.

The Lampasas City Council voted last week to adopt new fees for building permits, utility taps and curb cuts. In several fee categories, the city has been charging a base

The Lampasas County Water Control and Improvement District No. 1, in conjunction with the Natural Resources Conservation Service and the Lampasas River Watershed Partnership -- facilitated by Texas A&M AgriLife Research -- will host a seminar about the Sulphur Creek flood control structure system.

The program will be Jan. 28 from 6-8 p.m. at the old Lampasas Middle School cafeteria – located on Western Avenue, between North Avenue and East Avenue B.

Lampasas County 27th District Court convened last week with Judge John Gauntt presiding over the day’s hearings. Defendant John Walter Sickles of Kempner pleaded guilty to aggravated sexual assault of

The following arrests were reported to the Lampasas Dispatch Record by area law enforcement officials. The Dispatch Record prints the name and charge(s) of people arrested on at least one

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Municipal Court Judge Robert Gradel administers the oath of office to new Lampasas Police Department officer Cole Nicholas last week. A Maine native and an Army veteran, Nicholas joined LPD

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