As Texas set daily records for new COVID-19 cases several days this week, officials are reiterating a message of caution.
The Lampasas County Commissioners Court voted unanimously Monday to authorize the architect for the jail construction project to perform additional services needed because of the original general contractor's default.
County Judge Randy Hoyer issued a statement Tuesday, in conjunction with a recent announcement from Dr. Georgia Hay -- the county's local health authority -- to reiterate the importance of following precautions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. The officials issued their warnings amid confirmation of new COVID-19 cases in the county.
Ed Rollmann, whose peach orchard is based in Joppa, talks with customers at the farmers’ market on the courthouse square on Saturday. Rollmann said untimely freezes earlier this year hurt production, and he also had to find a new location to sell after his usual selling place in Burnet was closed this season. JEFF LOWE
Former substitute teacher and bus driver Dennis Keith Robinson – whom the Lampasas Independent School District fired April 11, 2019 after an investigation into his alleged inappropriate electronic communications with a student – was sentenced earlier this month to probation on a charge of injury to a child.
Lampasas resident Danielle Bocanegra, 30, was arrested June 11 and charged under 21 U.S.C. § 841 with conspiracy to possess and distribute steroids.