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October 16, 2014 RSS feed / Community News

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Lexington Volunteer Fire Fighters were on hand at LES last week to teach students about keeping themselves safe in case of fire. More...

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When was the last time you got to sling a chocolate pie at the face of a friend or foe? Well, that’s too long! More...

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Anyone can enter the Best Chocolate Cake or Dessert Contest! Won’t you this year? More...

A little bit of Lexington History

TOWN GARDENS

For many, many years everyone here in the city of Lexington had a garden plot. It was essential for the fresh produce we all enjoyed and expected to produce for ourselves. More...

Grandma’s Brag!

Ryland, Colton and Briar belong to Carrian and Boots Kirk of Gause. Rani, Kennedy, Danny, and Tyler belong to Rhonda and Kenny Cloud of Gause. More...

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Nominees for Homecoming Queen and King were introduced during halftime last Friday night. Pictured above are Alyssa Dussetschleger and Chase Chappell. More...

AG NEWS

South Central Texas Cow Calf Clinic - October 24

The 43rd Annual South Central Texas Cow-Calf Clinic and Trade Show will be held on Friday, October 24, at the Washington County Fairgrounds Sales Facility in Brenham. Registration is $20.00 per person. More...

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Tanglewood Volunteer Fire Department held a special program about Fire Safety for the children in their community. TVFD Fire Chief Guy Hall, Sr. More...

Giddings PD National Night Out

On Tuesday, October 7th, the Giddings Police Department hosted its annual National Night Out on the Lee County Courthouse Lawn. More...

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A fire broke out on the Donald Brown property last Friday. Johnny Kubicak with Tanglewood VFD is on top of the round bales, trying to keep the fire from spreading. More...

Scenes from Lexington’s National Night Out

The Lexington Police Department hosted their National Night Out last Tuesday evening on the Square, to the delight and education of over (an estimated) 450 people! More...

How to Open a Chocolate Business

The chocolate industry enjoyed sweet success in 2009, with domestic industry revenues topping $11 billion. More...

Holy Family Catholic Church Fall Festival

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Giddings Library News

Come visit the library and check out some of our new books and CDs:

Please Don’t Tell by Elizabeth Adler — Assisting a car accident victim who was traveling to San Francisco to solve the murder of his fiancé, Fenny Dexter shares a night of passion with the man, whose identity comes into question More...

A Look At The Past The Week of October 16

October 14, 1894 – Galveston Daily News reported that the candidates for the district’s seat in Congress met at Lexington on Oct. 12 to debate their positions. The democrat, James D. Sayers and populist W. O. More...

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Lexington Masonic Lodge No. 138 presented Lexington Elementary first graders with dental prevention kits last Thursday. More...

Tax Statements on the way

Lee County Tax Assessor- Collector David Matthijetz announced this week that 2014 tax statements have been mailed, and passed along several things you should know regarding your property tax statement. More...

 













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