Daryl and Tami Hurst's house at 4261 U.S. Highway 183 South is one of five stops on the Lampasas County Museum's upcoming Tour of Homes. The tour will be Dec. 2 from 1-5 p.m. Tickets are available for $10 apiece at the museum, 303 S. Western Ave., and at My Girls, 415 E. Third St.

Daryl and Tami Hurst's house at 4261 U.S. Highway 183 South is one of five stops on the Lampasas County Museum's upcoming Tour of Homes. The tour will be Dec. 2 from 1-5 p.m. Tickets are available for $10 apiece at the museum, 303 S. Western Ave., and at My Girls, 415 E. Third St.

Editor's note:

We asked second-grade students from Lampasas ISD elementary schools what activities their family does on Thanksgiving Day. Here are some of the responses. For more, see the Nov. 20 print edition of the Lampasas Dispatch Record.

 

Freshman Nate Borchardt, left, guards a Bandera player in the Badgers’ first varsity home game Monday

Lampasas (1-3) beat the Bandera Bulldogs on Monday in the Badgers' first home game. The final score was 51-36.
Kolbe Penick led the Badgers with 17 points. Raven Wade and Nate Borchardt each scored 10.

Lampasas took the lead with a 20-point second quarter. 

 

 

The Lampasas City Council voted Tuesday to approve the first reading of an ordinance to amend some school zone locations and times.

Three Lampasas Police Department officers have received a national award for helping to save a person’s life during a recent emergency.

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