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March 3, 2011 RSS feed / General Stories

Annual Festival in Rockdale this Weekend

Rockdale, Texas will host it’s 5th Annual Tejas Art and Book Festival on Saturday, March 5, 2011 in downtown Rockdale. The festival will host 10 + authors such as Dr. More...

Tanker shuttle class attended by local Fire Departments

The Texas Forest Service sponsored a tanker shuttle and rural water supply operations class in Giddings on February 26, 2011. More...

Texas Cattlemen gather in Austin

Work to strengthen private property rights in Texas

Property rights were among the topics of discussion at the state capitol today for members of the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association and the Texas Cattle Feeders Association who met with state lawmakers to discuss issues critical to la More...

Problem of Children Killed in Crashes Comes Close to Home

Lee County Extension Agent Urges Parents not to take chances

Are you one of those parents who take a short-cut and skips using child safety seats because you are just going around the corner to run a quick errand? More...

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Beekeepers School

Learn how to produce your own honey at the Central Texas Beekeepers School on March 12 in Brenham. The school is open to the public for anyone interested in keeping bees or that wants to learn about bees. More...

World Day of Prayer 2011

Women, men and children in more than 170 countries and regions will celebrate World Day of Prayer, Friday, March 4, 2011. More...

Dear Editor

Dear Editor, Hugo Chavez: do you who this is? He is the leader of Venezuela. This is the leader who is a close ally of Fidel and Raul Castro of Cuba. He is the newest friend of IRAN. He is the man who says he hates AMERICA. More...

Commissioners’ Court Report

The Lee County Commissioners, at their regular Monday meeting approved three resolutions concerning recycling. More...

Outdoor News

February 28, 2011

Lake activity was almost at a standstill this past weekend. With the exception of a Bass Federation tournament on Saturday, activity was curtailed by rain and high winds. The bass guys did ok from what I hear. At midpoint in the 3:00 p.m. More...

Mobile Mammography Unit to be in Giddings

All women should have their first mammogram by the age of 40 and each year thereafter. More...

Sending Them Packing

I should have known better. Of course, I should have. I don’t know what I was thinking. I asked my kids to pack one bag for themselves with the things they’d need for our trip to Hawaii. More...

From the Chef’s Corner

Sausage, Pepper and Onion Pizza I don’t know if Pizzas originate from Italy or not, but I do know we Americans sure cater to them. They are so versatile, no matter what you throw on them and with enough cheese, you can’t go wrong. More...

Pre-Opening Tour of Newly Remodeled Mother/Baby Center

Soon, nurses, technicians, physicians and expectant mothers will begin settling into new labor and delivery rooms, as the final phase of the St. Joseph Women’s Center renovation opens to patients. More...

We are proud to announce the winners of this year’s Third Annual Best of the Best Reader’s Choice Awards!

While we weren’t able to get pictures of every business and every individual who won, we are very proud to have pictures of the ones you will find here, in this special section of the Lexington Leader! More...

Focus on the Family

Dad’s Lack Of Engagement With Son Has Mom Worried

Q: My husband seems to be more interested in fixing the house and sitting down with a glass of wine each evening than interacting with our 8-year-old son. More...

 













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