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November 24, 2011 RSS feed / Community News

Lexington United Methodist Church Bazaar & Bake Sale

Last Saturday the Lexington United Methodist Church held their annual Bazaar & Bake sale. The sale was great and the soup and chilli satisfied everyone’s taste buds. More...

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The Lexington Garden Club took a trip to Austin earlier this month. They went to John Dromgoole’s (the Natural Gardener) Organic Gardening Headquarters. More...

THEY SAID IT

(Life Lessons from Hospice Patients)

You’re a Good Man Sweet, smiling, simple, and honest. These words describe Shirley. In her thirties, she’s marked by that winsome, childlike disposition that often accompanies brain injuries. More...

Focus on the Family

The Viewing Of Porn Can Have Devastating Effects On Adults

Q: My neighbor’s son has repeatedly been caught viewing pornography on their computer, and he almost has her convinced that it’s just another form of entertainment and that “all the guys do it.” How can I help her get through More...

Thorndale Christmas Parade

Just a reminder, the annual Thorndale Christmas parade and festivities are coming up soon on Saturday, December 3rd! Lineup for Parade judging will be at noon on Dec. 3rd and the parade will begin at 1 pm. More...

Alcoa Retirees’ Christmas

The regularly scheduled, annual Christmas meeting of the Alcoa Retirees will be December 8th, 2011.The big news is that there will be a change in the location of the meeting. More...

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Kristen Boettcher, a member of Lexington FFA and the daughter of David and Stephanie Boettcher, recently competed at the Washington County Fair. She is seen with one of three steers she showed. More...

The 2011 Christmas Home Tour

The Taylor Conservation and Heritage Society invites the citizens of its neighboring towns and cities to visit historic Taylor, Texas and experience its Historic Christmas Homes Tour on Saturday, December 10 and Sunday, December 11. More...

Giddings Library News Corner

The Giddings Public Library would like to invite you to stop your magazine subscriptions and enjoy ours. The library has many new magazines on a variety of subjects. More...

Just a Thought.......

Once upon a time, before I was educated, I gave a sermon with the awful title, “You Ought to be Thankful”. I learned better. More...

Pioneer Festival of Lights Scheduled in Lexington

The Annual Pioneer Festival of Lights, sponsored by the Lexington Log Cabins and Heritage Center, along with Round Top State Bank, will be held Saturday, December 3, at the Lexington Log Cabins. More...

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Pictured above are (Grandma) Helen Patschke Murphy with Texas Tech volleyball player Amanda Dowdy (and LHS 2008 grad) and UT cheerleader Kristen Seymour, granddaughters! More...














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