May 24, 2018 RSS feed / Community News

Lexington’s Past Reported

May 18, 1848 – (Houston) Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register: As of April 18, 1848, Caldwell was still the only post office in Burleson county (which then included all of the current northern Lee county).   More...

Open Stage

This week, I’m acting as the foreign correspondent for your hometown newspaper and writing this column in Rome, Italy. I’m taking a short sabbatical from the perils and pleasures of writing (at least ostensibly) about the arts. More...

SSA Misinformation Leads to Lost Benefits

Dear Rusty: I am 64, a widow and I’m hopping mad! I lost my husband a while ago and went to Social Security to apply for widow’s benefits. More...

Giddings Library News Corner

Summer Reading Program registration begins May 21st to June 12th. Our educational programs for ages 3 to 12 will be put on once a week starting June 13th. Prizes are given for each level of the reading program a child completes. More...

Chef's Corner

Three Herb Chicken and Mushrooms

We are hearty eaters at our house and we enjoy a variety of foods. I will share some of these with you over the weeks to come.   More...

Photos

Lexington Elementary Principal Lynnette Brown (left) and Superintendent of Schools Dr. More...

Food for Thought

Ramblings on Food, Food Memories, Cooking and Eating

Egg Labeling In last week’s column, I noted that Panera Bread has asked the Food and Drug Administration to more clearly define what an egg is. I also talked about a couple of huge egg recalls. More...

ACC Trustees hold tuition rates steady, lower out-of-district fees

In-district tuition and fees at Austin Community College (ACC) will remain unchanged for a fifth consecutive year, and out-of-district fees and out-of-state tuition will decrease. More...


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