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January 27, 2011 RSS feed / General Stories

McCaul Votes to Repeal and Replace Healthcare Law

Congressman Michael McCaul (R-TX 10) voted to repeal the government-run healthcare law signed by President Obama last year. The bipartisan repeal passed the House by a 245-189 vote. Rep. More...

Fifth Tejas Fest Scheduled Soon

The fifth annual Tejas Art, Book and Culture Fest will be held Friday and Saturday, March 4-5, 2011 in Rockdale, according to Denice Doss, president of the Rockdale Chamber of Commerce. More...

Pictures Tell the Story

These pictures tell the sad story about a historic home in Lexington belonging to the Travis Evans family, located at 520 Dickson Street, that was completely destroyed last Sunday morning. For the complete story, go to today’s front page. More...

Outdoor News

January 23, 2011

Even though hunting season is over, let’s not forget about hunters and shooting enthusiasts who still occupy the woods searching for feral hogs and firing hundreds of target rounds. More...

Lee Co. Republicans to Meet

Lee County Republicans are planning to have their first meeting of the year on January 27 at Granny’s Restaurant in Lexington. The start time is 6:30 p.m. At this meeting, we want to recognize our 2010 candidates from Lee County. More...

Beekeeper’s Meeting Scheduled

The January meeting of the Central Texas Beekeepers will be held on Thursday, Jan. 27 at 7 p.m. in the VIP room at the Washington County Fairgrounds. Our guest speaker will be Clint Weaver of R Weaver Apiaries. More...

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Texas is a Global Leader in Scientific Innovation and Research

Texas is uniquely blessed with a thriving network of research institutions and an inventive spirit that propels us forward in scientific advancements and technology breakthroughs. More...

Focus on the Family

Wife Sees Real Estate Venture As Potential Financial Mess

Q: I’ve found a great rental property, but my wife doesn’t want us to buy it because doing so would require going into debt. What do you think? More...














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