On Thursday morning (May 30), Lampasas Police Department was notified about a damaged gas pump at the Valero station at 207 N. Key Avenue. A credit card skimmer was located inside. Lampasas police are working with Valero to attempt to identify the suspects.

The National Weather Service issued a hazardous weather outlook for Lampasas and surrounding counties Wednesday morning. 

Council members, from left, Randy Clark, Delana Toups and TJ Monroe take the oath of office, administered May 13 by Municipal Court Judge Robert Gradel.

62nd Engineer Battalion Color Guard members, from left, Spc. Aaron Lenz, Sgt. Zuri Beadle, Pvt. 2nd Class Zach Carroll, Spc. Muhib Waheed and Staff Sgt. Chri

A solemn ceremony Saturday morning at Oak Hill Cemetery honored Lampasas County’s fallen service members. Speakers included U.S. Army Col. Robert Wright IV and retired U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Col. Daryl Hurst.

Lampasas High School Class of 2019 members, from left, Asiel Gary, Monica Garza, Justine Gauna and Benjamin Gessner walk onto the field at Badger Stadium on Friday during the LHS

The Lampasas Economic Development Corp. will host its annual Summer Job Fair on June 7 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the former Lampasas Middle School cafeteria, 103 N.

A bill that would allow Texas farmers to grow hemp has been sent to the desk of the governor for his signature. “Hemp is the non-narcotic cousin of marijuana and

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