May 21, 2015 RSS feed / General Stories

A little bit of Lexington History....

Cars

What a change there has been in automobiles. I am not old enough (really) to remember much about a Model T or a Model A. My car memories start about the time WWII started. So my experience during those years is worth remembering. More...

From the Chef’s Corner

Mushroom and Beef Ravioli Soup

It doesn’t matter what time of year it is, I always enjoy soup. More...

Giddings Public Library News

The library has many new books and CDs of all kinds. Come by and check out the new titles. More...

Photos

The grounds were pretty muddy, but the sun decided to come out on Saturday and the crowd began to grow! We’re talking about the Lee County Fair! It was held last weekend in Giddings and offered plenty of fun for all ages! More...

Senator Kolkhorst Comments on Blue Bell Creameries

“My heart goes out to everyone touched by today’s layoffs and furloughs at Blue Bell Creameries. The people that brought us Blue Bell are as tough as Texas. More...

One Nation Under Fire

If there ever was a time when we needed, as a nation, to celebrate Memorial Day, it is now. My reasons for saying this are as old as the day itself. More...

Dear Editor

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LCJLS Distributes Funds

2016 Show Dates Changed

The Lee County Junior Livestock Show held its annual appreciation dinner at the Sons’ of Hermann Hall on Sunday, May 17. $625,713.20 in exhibitor checks were distributed to the agricultural youth of Lee County. More...

Grandma’s Brag!

Sons of Clifton Wiley Martin, Sr. and Laurie Martin of Boise, Idaho; Grandsons of Wiley and Linda Martin of Lexington and Dr. David and Lynette Pate of Boise, Idaho; Great- Grandsons of Charlene Pate and the late James Pate. More...

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

The great riding conditions we experience in the spring and summer months result in increased motorcyclists on the road requiring additional caution among all motorists. More...

Sweet Wins Big at the Lee County Fair

Sheri Sweet of Lexington entered 4 quilts and 2 counted cross-stitch pictures in this year’s Lee County Fair. More...

John Cyrier’s Capitol Update:

Protecting groundwater & defending the right to life

Monday, May 18, 2015 In recent days, the Texas House passed several important pieces of legislation. This includes bills designed to protect area groundwater and defend innocent human life. More...

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