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August 20, 2009 RSS feed / Community News

Competence and Capabilities

My husband is very good at fixing things and building things. He seems to know instinctively just what to do and which tools to use. More...

Milam County Community Theatre to Hold Auditions

Auditions for "On Golden Pond," the next production offered by Milam Community Theatre, are set for 7 p.m. Monday Aug. 31 and Tuesday Sept. 1 at the Williams Civic Center in Cameron. More...

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A big crowd attended the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting ceremony of Dewanna Bownds' new hair salon called "Cuttin' Up" located on Hwy 77 in the Sherrill Real Estate Building. More...

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Bragging about enjoying 60 degree weather (while we're suffering in 100 degree-plus) and having a wonderful time in Seattle last week was Lexington native Clifton Seifert. He and his wife, Fran, will be spending a couple more weeks up there. More...

Lee County Youth Participated in Wildlife Leadership Camps

Lexington student, McKenzie Brown, participated in the Texas Brigades' 2009 summer leadership camps. She was among 151 high school students that took part in this award-winning leadership development program. More...

From the Chef's Corner

Buttery Pound Cake

My wife makes a pound cake every so often just to have some on hand for when we have unexpected guests. It freezes well and stays moist. We like it with coffee or hot tea in the winter or in the summer with a special topping on it. More...

The State of Hunting

Texas has always been a state that was known for good hunting, whether it is deer, waterfowl, or quail. Previous surveys show some very interesting and important facts about hunters and hunting in Texas. More...

Spending a Morning with the Garden Club

Lexington's Garden Club is an industrious group that meets monthly and trades "secrets" of designing, producing and keeping a beautiful garden. It boasts having members with little experience to members who are master gardeners. More...

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Last Friday night the Lexington Athletic Association hosted the annual "Meet the Eagles" event, in which all student athletes are introduced to the crowds in attendance. More...














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