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October 20, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Emergency Workers Request Cell Numbers

With more people eliminating landlines in their homes and using cell phones instead, the Capital Area Council of Governments’ (CAPCOG) regional Emergency Notification System (ENS) is requesting everyone register their cell phone and Voice over More...

Photo

Going bold and bald for cancer are area residents Michele Brown, Opal Jane Lewis, Sherry Burns and Jennifer Hancock. More...

General Stories

Dear Editor

Dear Editor: The twice a year Clean Up Days in Lee County are a valuable service. More...

Happy 90th Birthday

Ruth Marquardt More...

Voluntary Deer Check Stations

Deer check stations will be in place again this year across the 6 counties that started the Antler Regulations in 2002 (Austin, Colorado, Fayette, Lavaca, Lee, and Washington). More...

School

From the Superintendent of Schools

As we work towards developing a mind set in Lexington students about the necessity of post-secondary degrees, we have begun offering our students exposure to college entrance exams. More...

Sports

Lexington Fells Franklin

Kogan Garrett led the Lexington Eagles to a 28-19 win over the Franklin Lions Friday night in a crucial district ball game. Garrett rushed 25 times for 98 yards and completed 12 of 18 passes for 166 yards. More...

Eagles Host Thorndale

Two familiar rivals will take to Eagle Field Friday night with a lot on the line. Both teams are basically in a must win position, which makes the rivalry that much more intense. More...

Lady Eagles Spiked by Lago Vista

Lexington came into the game with a “beat Lago” mindset but it wasn’t to be. Lago was very consistent and was able to keep their offense in the game. More...

Bust the Bugs

Mayor Robert Willrich, Sr. reported this week that an enormous amount of trash has been cluttering our city streets and he is advocating a campaign to Clean Up Our Streets - a.k.a ‘Bust the Bugs’ (Litter Bugs, that is). More...

LPD Swings into Action to Find Missing Children

On Tuesday, October 11, at 1:51 p.m. Lexington Police Chief Jerry Bowden and Capt. Clarence Yarbrough responded to the Lexington Elementary School in reference to a report of two missing 8 and 9 year old students. More...

City of Lexington

September 2011 Revenue Report Municipal Court Revenue $2,493.30 Sales Tax Revenue $14,966.37 Lexington EDC $4,877.50 More...

Be Bold, Be Bald!

For many cancer patients, going bald is not a choice. It is just one of the many challenges they face as they bravely fight the disease. More...

Police

Sheriff’s Report

October 10, 2011 Deputy Rudolph was dispatched to Hwy 21 @ the West Yegua Creek in Lincoln after a motorist reported 3 cows out on the highway. The owner was notified. Deputy Liles assisted at the scene of an accident on Hwy 21. More...

Lexington Police Report

October 17, 2011 More...

Community News

From the Mayor’s Desk

The Lexington City Council met in regular session on Wednesday, October 12, 2011, at 6:00 p.m., at the Woodson Community Center. More...

Lee County Youth Ag Awareness Day

On Wednesday, October 5, 2011, the 4th grade students of Lexington Elementary School participated in the Lee County Youth Ag Awareness Day at the Lee County Sheriff’s Posse Arena in Giddings. The LCYAA Day was educational and enjoyable. More...

More From This Year’s Chocolate Lovers Festival

Mother Katie Dillon and Children Graesen, Elli, and Timmy Dillon laugh with Howdy Do-Dat the clown. More...

Obituaries

Ernst August “Gus” Kleiber

February 17, 1914 - October 13, 2011

Mr. Kleiber passed away during the early morning hours of Thursday, October 13, 2011 at the Central Texas Hospital in Cameron. More...

James Howard “Jamie” Wright, Jr.

December 10, 1943 - October 11, 2011

James Howard “Jamie” Wright, Jr. was born December 10, 1943 in Houston, the only child born to James Howard and Mable Clair (Corder) Wright. More...














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