A Tuesday evening storm caused significant property damage in the Rumley area and brought down large tree limbs along North U.S. Highway 281 near Adamsville. Some debris partially obstructed a lane or lanes of traffic until Texas Department of Transportation workers cleared the area. Hail was reported in Rumley and near Kempner. Rainfall totals varied throughout the county. The Lampasas Municipal Airport, according to the National Weather Service, saw just 0.27 inches Tuesday. 

Lometa will be well represented at the UIL State Speech and Debate Meet next week. Lometa qualified three students for state in four events at the Region III-1A meet last

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For Lampasas County entities, 2018 sales tax statistics have not looked too promising yet. The May figures released by the state comptroller’s office show Lampasas and Lometa both recorded their

Rainwater washes over part of FM 2313 near Kempner, as seen from the windshield of a pickup. Rainfall amounts varied throughout the county. Hail also was reported in the Kempner

BACCALAUREATE The baccalaureate service for the Lampasas High School Class of 2018 will be Sunday at 6 p.m. at First Baptist Church. PRIMARY RUNOFF ELECTIONS Early voting for the Republican

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