Meeting in regular session at City Hall on Monday, the Lometa City Council voted to deny an item on lighting for the ball fields at Lometa Regional Park. The item,
The annual Spring Ho Festival will see a full array of wet and dry inflatable activities for the first time this year, officials said. Provided by Jump Around Party Rentals,
The Lampasas County Sheriff’s Office is investigating what was reported July 4 as an accidental shooting. That day at 5:37 p.m., AdventHealth Central Texas in Killeen notified LCSO of an
PATSY STONEHAM | STONEHAM PHOTOGRAPHY The annual Spring Ho festival will start Monday and offer a variety of activities through July 14. Spring Ho Committee members for 2019 are, from left, Henry John Langford, Sherrie Berry, Bradley Johnson, Terri Stubbs, Louis Ikonen, Tracy Irvin, Dayna Berry, Ryan Hill, Chairman Randy Hoyer, Jonna Langford, Derrek Eckermann and Jackie Lindeman.
COUNTY JUDGE’S OFFICE The county judge’s office will be closed today. Other county offices were closed for Independence Day but have reopened today. KEYSTONE STAR HOTEL EVENT The Keystone Star
The Lampasas Independent School District Board of Trustees approved teacher raises totaling $1.5 million for the coming school year. The pay increases approved at the board meeting Monday evening stem
The Lampasas City Council voted unanimously last week to amend the Code of Ordinances in response to the May 4 passage of a local option alcohol proposal. In the recent