Cooking oil from a local food manufacturing plant came through a sewer manhole early Thursday morning, spilling onto South Hackberry Street.
The quantity of oil was not immediately known, Lampasas City Manager Finley deGraffenried told the Lampasas Dispatch Record.

BURN BAN LIFTED Because of recent rain, County Judge Wayne Boultinghouse has lifted the burn ban until Sunday at 7 p.m. CATTLE CLINIC The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will

Lampasas Dispatch Record readers will have multiple opportunities to select their Best of the Best dining establishments, retail businesses and service providers in a Reader’s Choice contest that opens today.

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

The Lampasas High School Class of 1963 will hold its 55-year reunion Sept. 15 from noon to 5 p.m. at My Girls/Yumm Again, 415 E. Third St. in Lampasas.
Dress is casual. BYOB is allowed.