Well, I guess with the rainstorms we just had, Old Man Winter is long gone. I’m ready, as I am sure you are, to get to the postspawn springtime fishing.

Ace Whitehead, second from left, prepares to hand off to Cameron Everts, far right, in the district 4x400-meter race. The Badgers compete tomorrow at 3:05 p.m. at the state meet

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Sean Williams, a three-sport senior lettermen for the Badgers, signed with William Jewell College, where he intends to compete in track and football. Williams rushed for 1,518 yards on 229

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The Lampasas Thunder will advance to the Crossroads Amateur Football League playoffs with a 7-3 record after beating the Leander Wolfpack in Georgetown on Saturday. The Wolfpack dropped to 6-4

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The cartridge with the most volume of sales, by far, is the .22 long rifle. On today’s market other rimfires are beginning to be close followers, such as the .17

Four Lady Badger softball seniors earned recognition on the Texas High School Coaches Association Academic All-State team. To earn Academic All-State, players must have an overall grade-point average of 92

The Lampasas Middle School eighth-grade girls’ doubles team of Laurcy Belle Bender and Kailr Clements won their district tennis bracket Saturday in Fredericksburg. Keona Cartwright/Caylin Watson placed second after falling

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