BURN BAN AND FIREWORKS The county burn ban is off until December 22 at 5 p.m. County Judge Randy Hoyer's office announced the judge's decision Friday afternoon. With the burn ban lifted, outdoor fires are allowed outside incorporated city limits.

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Last weekend’s Lometa FFA Junior Livestock Show helped give youth exhibitors valuable experience showing their animals for competition and allowed them to hone their skills in preparation for the Lampasas

Lampasas County 27th District Court convened last week with Judge John Gauntt presiding over the day’s hearings. Defendant Gabriella Michealson Orozco of Lampasas entered a plea of guilty on a

The following arrests were reported by area officials. The Lampasas Dispatch Record prints the name and charge(s) of people arrested on at least one Class B misdemeanor – or more

Betty Parker

By Alexandria Randolph
Dispatch Record 

The Kempner City Council meeting that was scheduled for Dec. 10 was canceled due to a lack of quorum. The next council meeting will be Jan. 14 at 6 p.m.

A Texas Department of Transportation contractor is scheduled to begin maintenance work today -- if the weather permits -- on U.S. Highway 190 East from Lampasas to the Coryell County

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Lampasas High School junior Traxton Holloman exhibited the grand-champion steer at the Lometa FFA Stock Show on Saturday. Holloman, the son of David Holloman, shows as a 4-H member. Additional

Caety Edwards

By Jim Lowe
Dispatch Record

Texas Department of Public Safety officials said they continue to investigate three separate vehicular crashes last Wednesday on East U.S. Highway 190. A Lampasas woman, 39-year-old Catherine “Caety” Lea Edwards, died late last week after being involved in the wrecks.