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July 21, 2011 RSS feed / General Stories

Drought Impacting Entire State

One of the worst droughts in the state’s history deepened, with nearly 98 percent of the state in one stage of drought or another, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor. More...

Stylin’ With Poodles

A good hair stylist is worth a million bucks because that is how they can make you feel after they have done their magic. More...

From the Chef’s Corner

by Chef Deedle Tomato-Herb Frittata Frittatas are for any occasion. Liven up a brunch or supper with this basic oven omelet recipe. More...

.Grandma’s Brag

Send us your picture for Grandma’s Brag! It’s Free! Share the Love! Bring it by or e-mail it to us at editor@lexingtonleader.com More...

Masonic Lodge Hosts Installation Ceremony

Forty five people were on hand as the Lexington Masonic Lodge held their annual Installation of Officers July 11, 2011 at the Masonic Lodge Building. T. E. More...

From the Mayor’s Desk

Pray for rain. More...

Special Meeting

The Lexington City Council will meet in Special Session onTuesday, July 19th, 2011, at 5:30 p.m., at the WoodsonCommunity Center. The Agenda follows:1. Call meeting to order.2. Welcome guest.3. Citizen input.4. More...

18-Wheeler Cattle Truck Rollover on Hwy 77 South

An 18 wheeler towing a large cattle trailer overturned on Highway 77 just south of Giddings near the intersection of Private Road 7703 last Friday morning. The 2004 Peterbilt truck was driven by Rene Ventura Chevas from Pearsall, Texas. More...

Home Country

I was studying my card when the guys walked in for coffee. “What did you get?” asked Doc. “D-24.” More...

Prescribed Burn Association Formed To Join State Alliance

Saturday afternoon 18 members of a regional burn “Co-Op” met at the Washington Co. Fair Grounds to form the South Central Texas Prescribed Burn Association, Inc. (SCTPBA). More...

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Focus on the Family

In-laws’ Upcoming Visit Making Wife Anxious

Q: My husband’s parents are coming for a visit, and I’m concerned there may be trouble. My mother-in-law is fond of giving oceans of unwanted advice. How can I politely shut her down before the comments start flying fast and furious? More...














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