November 15, 2018 RSS feed / Community News

In The Garden

The Birds and the Bees

Today we’re going to talk about the birds and the bees. Not THOSE birds and bees, the birds and bees that pollinate our gardens and crops. More...

Open Stage

This week, I am interviewing longtime friend and fellow musician Lannie Hilboldt about being a part of the community as a musician. More...

Patsy Cline Show

The Fayet te County Country Music Club will host their monthly Opry on Monday, November 19, 2018 at the Knights of Columbus Hall in La Grange, Texas. More...

We have a winner!

Maggie Beasley (seen above with her husband Rick) is this week’s Winner of the Where is it? What is it? More...

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Birthdays for November were celebrated the first Tuesday in this month at Herk’s Store and Grill. More...

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Congratulations to Seth Seal on his completion of boot camp on 11/2/2018 from Great Lakes Naval Base in North Chicago, IL. More...

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John and Joseph Smart are obviously very proud of their veteran Daddy, Scott Smart, all of South Carolina. The boys are grandsons of Mike and Nancy Organ of Lexington. More...

Lexington’s Past Reported

Nov. 10, 1858 – (Austin) Southern Intelligencer: With the Washington County railroad expected to reach Brenham by January 1860, an 82.6 mile route has been surveyed for a proposed link to Austin. More...

Chef's Corner

Hot and Spicy Turkey Legs

Eat turkey legs at home without a long wait in line. There are some monster turkey legs out there, so look for the 1 ½ lb. drumsticks. Then grab the seasonings and go for it!   More...

Grandpa’s Brag!

Anna and Matthew Legere Children of Candace and John Legere Grandchildren of Joe and Keri Green of Lexington More...

Where is it? What is it?

This week should be a little more challenging. What is this thing? The where is it, can be found in or around Lee County. It is in plain sight and can be seen from a street. More...

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Backpack Buddies recently received donations from the City of Lexington and Lexington Order of Eastern Star. More...

Food for Thought

Foods for Cold and Flu Season

Last week, I talked about Food as Medicine, and the kinds of foods to eat to maintain health. Now that it’s cold-and-flu season, here are suggestions for using food to help avoid or lessen the severity of a cold or flu. More...


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