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August 25, 2011 RSS feed / Community News

First Baptist Church Hosts Appreciation Luncheon For LISD Staff

An invitation to lunch was extended to the entire LISD school staff by First Baptist Church last Thursday. More...

.Grandma’s Brag

Taylor Loryn Faske Daughter of John and Christy Faske of Cibolo, Texas. Granddaughter of Sharon and Delbert Faske of Lexington and Alva Johnston of Austin. More...

Lexington Garden Club News

The Lexington Garden Clubbers met at the Woodson Community Building on August 11, 2011. The program was given by Tonya Poncik, Lee County Extension Agent, whose presentation was on cooking and preserving with herbs and garden produce. More...

Methodist Youth Fellowship Enjoy a Busy Summer

Wow! This has been an amazing summer at Lexington United Methodist Church for the Methodist Youth Fellowship. The MYF has met to do fun things like swimming and water games and Austin Park and Pizza. More...

Engagement Announcement

Joe and Keri Green are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Rachel La Nell, to John Richard Conley. John is the son of Rick and Laurie Conley of Sugarland. More...

The Fayetteville Country Opry

The Fayetteville Country Opry will be holding its monthly show on Monday August 29, 2011 at the St. John’s Catholic recreational building, 209 East Bell St., in Fayetteville. More...

The Delta Kappa Gamma Society Has August Meeting

The Gamma Omega Chapter of The Delta Kappa Gamma Society met at 9:30 A.M. on Saturday, August 13, 2011 in the Fellowship Hall of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Phillipsburg, Texas with 59 members and 2 guests in attendance. More...

From the Mayor’s Desk

A new School Year starting is always exciting, especially for the kids who get to return to the classroom and see their friends again. We, at the City, wish for each student, and for each teacher, a memorable and successful school year. More...

Being Prepared Is Not Limited to Hurricane Season

September is National Preparedness Month. How prepared are you for a natural disaster? Do you have enough food to feed your family? What will you do if you cannot get to a grocery store? How will you cook your food? More...

From the Chef’s Corner

Crispy Oven Fried Catfish

The weather we are having this summer leaves not much incentive for cooking. I have sought out more recipes for salads and light meat cooking than I have ever tried in my “old age”. More...

Dime Box Plans Black Bridge Park

The Dime Box community is making plans to establish a Black Bridge Park featuring the bridge that spanned the railroad from 1912 until 1998. More...

Focus on the Family

Girl’s Shyness May Be Caused By Anxiety

Q: My daughter is in elementary school and is extremely shy. So shy that it is affecting her schoolwork and friendships. What can we do to bring her out of this shell? More...

Giddings Library News Corner

THERE IS A NEW SHIPMENT OF BOOKS EVERY MONTH.

The Giddings Public Library has a variety of new books to be checked out. Dreaming Of Dior by Charlotte Smith, a non-fiction book, describes a vintage clothing collection that she inherited from her quaker godmother. More...

First Baptist Church Holds School Supply Party

Lexington’s First Baptist Church’s Youth Activity Center was the setting for a gathering of about 100 kids last Sunday afternoon. More...

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Senior Citizens had a great get together last week and enjoyed good live music again by the Country Hoedown Band. More...














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