Lampasas firefighters, left to right, Bart Baker, Hunter Sanguinet, Robert Resa, Derek Smith and Capt. Corey Greiner delivered coats to students in need at Kline Whitis Elementary School and Hanna Springs Elementary School last Friday as part of Operation Warm.

Lampasas firefighters, left to right, Bart Baker, Hunter Sanguinet, Robert Resa, Derek Smith and Capt. Corey Greiner delivered coats to students in need at Kline Whitis Elementary School and Hanna Springs Elementary School last Friday as part of Operation Warm.

In honor of Respect Life Month, Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Lometa placed pink and blue crosses in the church yard as a memorial to unborn children aborted during pregnancy.

In honor of Respect Life Month, Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Lometa placed pink and blue crosses in the church yard as a memorial to unborn children aborted during pregnancy.

Raelynn Crawford wins first place in the newborn to 2-year-old category of the Squared Silly Costume Contest.

Squared Silly – the Vision Lampasas-sponsored downtown Halloween event – offered a costume contest for children, families and pets.
Results follow.

PETS
Large Pet
: Bolt (hot dog), owner: Harley Crumley

Early voting for the Nov. 6 General Election ends today. The early voting site is the elections administrator office, 407 S. Pecan St., Suite 102, in downtown Lampasas.
Polls will be open today from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Lampasas may seem a quiet town today, but former state historian Bill O'Neal said in the 1870s, the outbreak of gunfights here matched the levels of violence seen in the Old West's most storied shootout sites.

Cathy Snyder helps her 3-year-old granddaughter Alexis Harnisch collect candy from Eric Jones, Isabell Acosta (second from right, in background) and Tammy Jones, far right, at the Walmart booth during Squared Silly. Walmart was one of many businesses and community groups that offered treats and/or activities for youngsters who participated in Vision Lampasas' Squared Silly event Saturday on the downtown square.

Cathy Snyder helps her 3-year-old granddaughter Alexis Harnisch collect candy from Eric Jones, Isabell Acosta (second from right, in background) and Tammy Jones, far right, at the Walmart booth during Squared Silly. Walmart was one of many businesses and community groups that offered treats and/o

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