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May 28, 2010 RSS feed / Community News

Roadkill, Bug Art, & GPS Insanity

Our family went on a road trip this week. As always, it was a traveling circus. We had the typical “Are we there yet?” questions uttered in annoying frequency, of course, but we also had some questions that are, perhaps, not so typical. More...

GHS 2010 Graduation Candidates

Jena Meuth, Valedictorian More...

We have Eagle Pride !

While this page gives us an opportunity to salute the current Eagles of all sports, this seemed an appropriate time to salute some Eagles recognized earlier this month and a couple recognized in 1953. More...

Lexington Garden Club News

May 13th was a beautiful day with no rain or wind—perfect for the Annual Yard Tour. Members and guest met at 8:30 a.m. at the lovely home of Beverly McMurrey before going on the tour. More...

From the Chef’s Corner

Potatoes - the ultimate comfort food, mashed potatoes, twice baked, or oven fried. Spuds are hard to resist. So Don’t! Potatoes are like your favorite pair of jeans, comfortable and compatible with just about anything. More...

Dear Editor,

Small town living offers many folks what they enjoy. Sitting on the porch on Friday night and hearing the sounds of cattle being unloaded at the local auction barn is a pleasing sound to some. More...

Relay for Life

It’s not just about walking. It’s more about supporting and encouraging your family, friends, and neighbors who are struggling with the effects of cancer. More...

Relay For Life Prepares For June

How Much Can Lee County Raise in 3 Weeks?

2010 is the 10th year that Lee County has hosted a Relay For Life event to benefit the American Cancer Society. We have set a goal of raising $125,000 to mark this anniversary and as of May 19th we have collected just over $30,000. More...

Farewell to Our Friends

Lexington ISD hosted a Retirement/Farewell reception for Dr. Chuck and Donna Holt last Wednesday. Dr. Holt is retiring as Superintendent of Schools and moving with his wife to Commerce, Texas where he will be a professor at Texas A & M Commerce. More...

Dime Box High School 2010 Graduation Candidates

Tanner Banks More...

Field Day Scheduled

New cotton systems, row-crop fertility issues and herbicide-tolerant sorghum are a few of the topics that headline the 47th Stiles Farm Field Day scheduled June 15. The event is free. More...

. Grandma’s Brag

Son of D. J. and Lindsey Mitschke of Giddings. Grandson of Joe and Sandra Medack of Giddings, Dwayne Mitschke of Giddings and the late Kelly Mitschke. More...

Murray Stockton and Willie Dowdy

Pictured above are Murray Stockton and Willie Dowdy at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center, North of Chicago, Illinois, during the Winter of 1918. These young men served in France for about a year. More...














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