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August 26, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

New Super Rides Buses

Dr. Frances McArthur, Lexington ISD’s new Superintendent, started school riding the bus this past Tuesday. “We are embarking on an exciting learning journey together.” said Dr. More...

General Stories

Caught in the Act

Harold Sandifer enjoys a mouthful of delicious hot fried catfish while his wife, Betty, grins at the fact that he’s been caught on camera while indulging! More...

LISD Staff Celebrates High Ratings and Kick Off the New School Year

All of the Lexington ISD staff convened for a Welcome Back Breakfast on Monday, August 16th. The atmosphere in the Lexington Elementary Cafeteria was upbeat as they celebrated past accomplishments and looked to the future. More...

From the Mayor’s Desk

You will notice in today’s paper that the City of Lexington has issued a Notice to the residents concerning the flushing or pouring of illegal waste into our sewer system. More...

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

Wednesday, August 25 Story Time - Giddings Public Library 10:30 a.m. – 11 a.m. Lexington American Legion Coffee – 9 a.m. Thursday, August 26 Lexington Masonic Lodge Coffee & Breakfast – 8 a.m. – 10 a.m. More...

School

From the Superintendent of Schools

First Day of School

We began an exciting school year in Lexington ISD this week. By now parents have gotten a back to school report from the most important people in our schools, our children. More...

Obituaries

Judy Baklik

December13,1931- August22,2010

Judy Baklik was born December 13, 1931 in Beckville, Texas to Major House and Lillian Aldorah (Plunkett) Williams. She was raised in Carthage. Judy became an Air Force bride in Hawaii during the Korean Conflict. More...

Hattie Ann Mitschke

May5,1921- August21,2010

Hattie Ann Medack Mitschke, 89 of Serbin, passed away Saturday, August 21, 2010 at Oakland Manor Nursing Center in Giddings, Texas. Hattie Mitschke was born in Serbin, Texas on May 5, 1921 to Paul and Louise Zoch Medack. More...

Lexington Home Owners Could See Property Taxes Decrease

Lexington ISD will hold a public meeting Monday night to discuss the school district’s budget that will determine the tax rate that will be adopted by the Lexington Independent School District this year. More...

FM 696 West Bridge Dedication Scheduled

Dangerous bridge rebuilt More...

Sellout at Book Signing

The Dowdy House in Lexington held a book signing for local author Stephanie Milburn last Saturday afternoon. More...

Police

Sheriff’s Report

August 16, 2010 More...

Community News

Wrinkle Family Vacation – July 2010

Charles and Lynda Wrinkle, along with their son, Randy and wife Karen, and grandchildren Meghann, Robby and Bradley, visited the Ozark Medieval Fortress in Lead Hill, Arkansas. They share in these pictures some of their experiences while there. More...

Ag News from Lee County

Tree Program The Texas AgriLife Extension Service in Lee County will host the Tree Program on Thursday, September 23, at 6:30 pm in the Extension office in Giddings. Daniels Lewis of the Texas Forest Service will be the key note speaker. More...

Grandma’s Brag

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Sports

Picks for August 27

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Sports Injury Clinic Scheduled

As football season gears up, Brazos Valley Sports Medicine is offering a Saturday morning sports injury clinic every Saturday from August 28-to November 6. There is no charge to participate. Anyone who wants to come should show up at 9a.m. More...

Lady Eagles in Graham

Lu Allen Memorial Tourney

Lexington opened the tourney by playing Denver City, a town just this side of New Mexico. DC won the match 12-25, 15-25. They have a player that is going to UT to play volleyball. Lexington lost to Brock 17-25, 18-25. More...

 













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