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June 18, 2009 RSS feed / General Stories

Lexington Low Cost Rabies Clinic

The Lexington Animal Control division of the Lexington Police Department, along with the Texas Academy of Animal Control and Dr. Marla VanDyke will host a low cost rabies clinic on Saturday, June 20, 2009 from 9 a.m. until noon. More...

DPS Places 1,636 Vehicles Out Of Service During Roadcheck 2009

During Roadcheck 2009, which ran from June 2 through June 4, DPS troopers inspected 7,316 commercial vehicles, a 25.6 percent increase from Roadcheck 2008. More...

A New Strain of Rabies

A strain of rabies virus from northern Arizona is moving faster than all other strains of rabies virus known. It infects foxes and skunks, which are now capable of passively transmitting the virus, which could constitute a public health problem. More...

Special Rangers Recover Horses Stolen From Bastrop

A Houston man could face up to two years in jail after being arrested for horse theft by Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) Special Rangers Jimmy Belt and Doug Hutchison. More...

Lexington Area Agent Among 2008's Top Producers

A Hermann Sons fraternal insurance agent from the Lexington area is among the 34 agents who have qualified for recognition based on their performance in 2008. More...

City Council Discusses Offer on Bank Building

The Lexington City Council held a special session on Tuesday, June 16, 2009 at the Woodson Community Center to discuss a few important issues. More...

Celebrate 4th of July With Local Events

Lexington: 2nd Annual Horseless Playday Before Fireworks The Lee County Texas Stars 4-H Horse Club will be hosting the 2nd Annual Horseless Playday as part of the July 4th activities at the Lexington Park. Sign up starts at 7 p.m. More...

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The Lexington American Legion hosted a Flag Burning Ceremony Monday evening in honor of Flag Day, which was June 14. Pictured during the ceremony are Fred Rhodes, Leroy Smith, Wiley Martin, and Leonard Siefert. More...

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Meet Delynn E. Peschke, the Coordinator for the Lee County Office of Emergency Management. He works with area law enforcement, school districts and municipalities in reference to emergency preparedness. More...

Agency Accepting Bids to Map State for Broadband Services

The Texas Department of Agriculture, in coordination with the Public Utility Commission, is seeking proposals from telecommunications companies to map the state of Texas for broadband availability, which will help provide service to those areas lac More...

TDA Market Recap June 15, 2009

For the week ending June 13, 2009, feeder cattle prices at Texas auctions were steady to $5 lower per hundredweight, with a few areas $3 higher on offerings under 500 pounds. More...














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