Former Lampasas resident Rebecca Elaine Biddy, 58, died as a result of this week’s flooding in Llano County, according to her brother-in-law, Ronnie Witcher.
Lampasas County Sheriff Jess Ramos, in a Facebook post Wednesday night, confirmed that a professional search and rescue team and LCSO employees helped lead several people to safety who had been stranded along the Colorado River.
The Third Street railroad crossing will be closed until further notice.
Lampasas police said the crossing is “not safe to cross at this time and may cause damage to vehicles and/or could cause a vehicle to become stuck on the tracks.”
The 2018 Central Texas Hay Production Workshop originally scheduled for Thursday at the Burnet County Extension Office has been canceled.
Update at 1:15 p.m.: Due to rising water, the city of Lampasas has closed W.M. Brook Park until further notice for safety precautions.
LHS tennis coach Kenneth Peiser announced that the Badgers' playoff match against Wimberley today has been postponed due to wet weather. Now, the match is tentatively set for Wednesday at 11 a.m. in Liberty Hill.
Lometa Independent School District Board of Trustees heard details last week about a possible partnership with a school district to provide education to inmates.