The driver of a semitruck suffered only minor injuries after a blowout led to a rollover wreck on U.S. Highway 281 Monday morning, officials said.
CARNIVAL CANCELED The Lampasas Spring Ho Committee received notice from its carnival company, San Antoniobased Magic Valley Rides, that the company will not provide rides and attractions at Spring Ho
In its meeting Monday night, Lampasas City Council turned down an ordinance that would levy fees on recreational vending machines and opened discussion about deer feeding within city limits. The
The Kempner City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved the naming of Jesse Cerda to be the city’s full-time chief of police. Cerda has served as interim police chief since Forrest
At its June meeting, the Texas Transportation Commission approved about $1.1 million for the Lampasas Municipal Airport. The funding will enable the city to completely rehabilitate the runway and make
The award-winning program “A Matter of Balance” is coming to Lampasas. Classes will be held at the Senior Center, 901 S. Live Oak, and are open for all community residents.
After a busy summer reading program at the Lampasas Public Library, the attendance was up more than 5 percent from the previous year. This year’s program had 155 children ages