Applications are being acceepted for the 2018 Don’t Mess With Texas Scholarship contest. Eligible applicants include any Texas high school senior attending public, private or home school who plans to

Today the Lampasas Public Library will host an Active Shooter Training event from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Lampasas Police Department School Resource Officer Will Sneed will present information on what to do

Emma Cleaton received the Canales-Kelley Hardship Award at the Lampasas County Youth Livestock Show. She is pictured with Jim Kelley.

Libby Fish cleans grime out of a 19th-century-era well inside the former Keystone Hotel. Her father, Andy Fish, purchased the 8,620-square-foot historic building in December and is leading a project to restore the structure.

Candidates address voters, discuss jail project at forum


The Lampasas County Republican Party held a candidate forum last week to offer voters an opportunity to hear from those at the county level who will be on the primary ballot in March.


The Lampasas County Commissioners Court voted unanimously Monday to approve the final plat of a replat of a subdivision in the southeastern corner of the county.

Dakota Hurst, left, and Tate Brown turn to face the camera as they jump into the water at Hancock Springs Free-Flow Swim Area on Saturday morning during the annual Polar Bear Plunge. Though the weather was quite nice, the water remained a chilly 68 degrees for those who took the plunge.

Republicans running for state representative address their background, priorities

Lampasas County Republicans hosted a candidate forum Thursday evening for those on the March 6 Republican Party primary ballot hoping to represent this area.