Courtesy photo National Weather Service

BY ALEXANDRIA RANDOLPH
DISPATCH RECORD 
High heat will continue this week, National Weather Service officials said. 
At 2:42 a.m. Tuesday, the NWS issued a hazardous weather outlook for Lampasas, Coryell, Bell and other nearby counties due to high heat. 

Lampasas High School runner Tate Rainwater won the 5K race organized by the Lampasas County Chamber of Commerce on the Saturday of Spring Ho weekend. Rainwater finished with a time of 19:21.8

Enrique Castillo of Austin won the Toughest 10K in Texas with a time of 34:46.5.

Atleigh Hardaway

At the 2019 Miss Spring Ho Pageant on Monday, Atleigh Hardaway was named Miss Spring Ho. Other contestants awarded include First Runner-up Halen Ybarra, Second Runner-up Bryli Wilson and Third Runner-up Conley Cockburn.

Allyson Lockhart was named Little Miss Spring Ho.

PATSY STONEHAM | STONEHAM PHOTOGRAPHY Spring Ho Committee members for 2019 are, from left, Henry John Langford, Sherrie Berry, Bradley Johnson, Terri Stubbs, Louis Ikonen, Tracy Irvin, Dayna Berry, Ryan Hill, Chairman Randy Hoyer, Jonna Langford, Derrek Eckermann and Jackie Lindeman.

PATSY STONEHAM | STONEHAM PHOTOGRAPHY The annual Spring Ho festival will start Monday and offer a variety of activities through July 14. Spring Ho Committee members for 2019 are, from left, Henry John Langford, Sherrie Berry, Bradley Johnson, Terri Stubbs, Louis Ikonen, Tracy Irvin, Dayna Berry, Ryan Hill, Chairman Randy Hoyer, Jonna Langford, Derrek Eckermann and Jackie Lindeman.

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