The Lampasas High School theater troupe will perform its last show of “Treasure Island” on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at the high school’s cafetorium. The play did not get a

First-grader John Ryleigh Lindner cheers after his peers sing him a song Wednesday at an event meant to raise awareness about his Down Syndrome. One of John’s teachers, Jonna Langford,

Lampasas Middle School will begin the “Start with Hello” program next week, which aims to include students who may feel isolated at the campus by involving their peers, staff and


The Badgers lost a fiverun lead over Leander Glenn Tuesday night, and the Grizzlies earned their first baseball victory over Lampasas, by an 8-7 score. Last year, a winless Glenn

The Lady Badgers’ two-out rally in the seventh inning put them past Leander Glenn 4-3 for another district win Tuesday night. Lampasas improved to 3-1 in district softball, and Collyn

A high-speed chase in Kempner ended with a crash after James Souders III, 29, of Copperas Cove attempted to elude Kempner Police Cpl. Darrell McDonald and patrol officer Christopher Dunshie on Sunday about 8 p.m.

Police officials provided the following account.