DAVID LOWE | DISPATCH RECORD

Work is underway on a project to rehabilitate and then repaint the approximately 120-foot-tall water tower on Nix Road. CTEX Construction Services, located in Rowlett, has a $242,200 contract for

The family of seventh-grader Brixton McCoy, not pictured, gather around his science fair project on display at the Lampasas Middle School library on Tuesday evening. Left to right are sisters

Mayor Misti Talbert, center, presents framed Community Champion certificates to Lampasas High School head girls' basketball coach Mark Myers and his daughter Falyn during the Lampasas City Council meeting Monday.

Lampasas Mayor Misti Talbert, back center, recognized the Lady Badger varsity basketball team at Monday’s City Council meeting. Pictred are, front row left to right, Brenda Lowery, Abby Martin, Jessica

The Lampasas City Council voted unanimously Monday to pay for engineering services for a possible sewer extension on Hetherly Street. RKJ Construction Inc. has approached the city about the possibility

BARK FOR LIFE RESCHEDULED A date change for the upcoming Bark For Life canine event was announced after the printing of Tuesday’s edition of the Lampasas Dispatch Record. The American

The Lometa Independent School District Board of Trustees is preparing for the opening of a new Leon Valley campus, which includes approval of school calendars and adding new staff expenses

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