National Weather Service meteorologists predict more stormy weather Thursday afternoon following last night’s rainfall.

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Ace Whitehead was the unanimous pick for District 27-4A's baseball Offensive MVP. 

All-district awards were announced Saturday, after the last district team standing, Liberty Hill, lost to La Vernia in the regional finals. 

Other Badgers honored include:

The National Weather Service has issued another hazardous weather outlook for North and Central Texas, including Lampasas and surrounding counties.
The outlook, issued just after 3:30 a.m. Friday, cites stormy weather ahead. 

On Thursday morning (May 30), Lampasas Police Department was notified about a damaged gas pump at the Valero station at 207 N. Key Avenue. A credit card skimmer was located inside. Lampasas police are working with Valero to attempt to identify the suspects.

The annual Badger golf fundraiser tournament, a three-person scramble, is Saturday at Hancock Park Golf Course at 1 p.m.
The cost to enter is $165 per team. Proceeds will benefit the Lampasas High School golf program. 
The course will have carts available for an additional fee.

The National Weather Service issued a hazardous weather outlook for Lampasas and surrounding counties Wednesday morning. 

Justin Schulze won the 69th Annual A.C. January Memorial Golf tournament at Hancock Park Golf Course, held Saturday through Monday. 

Schulze took the lead in the first round with a 63 on Saturday, competing in the Championship Flight. 

Round one

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U.S. Army Col. Robert Wright IV speaks at a ceremony Saturday morning at Oak Hill Cemetery honoring Lampasas County's fallen service members.