The city of Lampasas’ brush chipping program, which offers free brush pick-up for residents, began Monday and will continue throughout the month at designated locations. Today through Friday, city crews
A wreck in Lometa on Thursday involving a passenger car and a tractor trailer sent a driver to Brownwood Regional Hospital. The accident, which happened around 8 p.m., was investigated
District 25 U.S. Rep. Roger Williams (R-Austin) recently introduced H.R. 5107, a bill that would authorize the secretary of education to create a grant program to provide local schools with the resources and funding necessary to keep students and teachers safe.
Items related to the new county jail/law enforcement center are on the agenda for a Lampasas County Commissioners Court called meeting Monday.
The meeting will be at 9 a.m. in the first-floor courtroom at the county courthouse.
Polls are open until 5 p.m. today for the last day of early voting in the Republican and Democratic primary elections. The early voting site is the county elections administrator
At its meeting Monday, the Lampasas City Council and city staff discussed the potential for a recycling program in Lampasas. The council did not take voting action, but Assistant City
This past week I attended a conference at Texas Farm Bureau’s headquarters in Waco. The conference was a gathering of professional communicators in the field of agriculture. We came together to hear speakers discuss the topic of millennial engagement.
Texas farmers and ranchers are urged to be cautious of scams, especially hay scams during this time of year.
A recent scam regarding a hay sale in Gillespie County was reported. The buyer attempted to use an overpayment method to scam a rancher under the guise of a hay sale.