Five people in two vehicles apparently escaped injury late Friday afternoon in a collision on U.S. Highway 281, eight-tenths of a mile north of County Road 2207, authorities said. The Lampasas County Sheriff's Office received a call about the accident at approximately 4 p.m.

The Lampasas Police Department has identified the 60-year-old man who drowned Monday in what police believe to be an accident.

Clayton Bever, left, breaks up a pass intended for a Joshua receiver in the end zone late in Friday’s game. The Badgers started the season with a 56-29 win and


A state advisory commission decided Aug. 29 to reject the idea of closing a number of driver's license offices across the state. The Texas Department of Public Safety had identified

Celebrating its 130th anniversary this year, a family-owned bank will open a Lampasas branch next week operated by a Lampasas native. Mills County State Bank will host a ribbon cutting


A two-vehicle collision on Labor Day south of town claimed the life of an Austin woman. The crash – in rainy weather – occurred on U.S. Highway 183, two-tenths of

COWBOY BREAKFAST American Legion Post 116 will hold a Cowboy Breakfast on Saturday from 7-10:30 a.m. at Lometa Regional Park. Proceeds will support the Boys State program. Eggs, sausage, bacon,

Lometa ISD officials have encountered a problem in plans to install a solar power system at the school. In a meeting Thursday, Superintendent David Fisher informed the Lometa ISD Board

Kempner Water Supply Corp. and its water supplier, Harker Heightsbased Central Texas Water Supply Corp., may face each other in court in a dispute about billing. Kempner Water Supply President


The Lampasas City Council is ready to receive bids for a new water/wastewater department office building. In its meeting Monday, the council reviewed conceptual designs for the new building and