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The Lady Badgers held their own against Georgetown East View, but the Patriots won all but one boys’ match and took the team tennis victory 11-8. “On a nice 103-degree

Fourth-year varsity runner Qadir Tolliver, left, and several teammates run around the LHS track during a recent practice. The Badgers’ first cross country meet is 8 a.m. Friday at Wildflower

Richland Springs outscored the Lometa Hornets two touchdowns to none in the controlled portion of Friday’s football scrimmage. The Coyotes won the live quarter by the same score. “Malik Torres

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Just a few days to go before the lead flies at those super-fast gray ghosts called doves. Dove hunting was my first taste of official game hunting. Over those many

The Fourth Annual Lampasas County Area Go Texan Golf Tournament will be at 1 p.m. on Sept. 15 at Hancock Park Golf Course. The 18-hole, threeperson scramble costs $75 per

Lampasas Professional Firefighters Association Local 5068 is raffling a new Stoeger M3500 semi-automatic 12-gauge shotgun. Raffle tickets will be sold until Sept. 1, at a price of $10 per ticket

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Lampasas wasted no time getting ahead of Killeen in team tennis on Tuesday. The Badgers won six of the seven doubles matches, then swept girls’ singles and took all but

Olivia Zmolik, right, plays defense in a recent match. The Lady Badger varsity (2-9) lost to Rogers (4-3) by a score of 16-25, 8-25, 10-25 on Tuesday. Lampasas will compete

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