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April 18, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Town Hall Meeting Well Attended

A Town Hall Meeting held in Lexington last Saturday night was well attended, with about 75 people showing up to hear Representative Tim Kleinschmidt brief them on events happening in the 83rd State Legislature. More...

Sietel Discusses Seismic Testing

At the Lexington City Council Meeting on Wednesday, April 10, representatives from Sietel, Inc. told the Council about their plans to use seismic testing within the city in coming months. More...

General Stories

Home Country

The Bahdziewicz clan trooped into the Mule Barn for lunch the other day, happily and noisily as only eight Americans totally in love with spring can do. More...

Laura on Life

Until Death Do You Part

I came of age in a time when “free love” was just starting to look like the fraud it was and just before a promise of love became something more like a threat. More...

Lexington Homecoming & Go-Texan Cook-Off

The 48th Annual Lexington Homecoming Cook-Off will be held on May 3-4, 2013. The Lee County Go Texan BBQ competition will again be held in conjunction with the Homecoming Cook-Off. More...

Community News

From the Mayor’s Desk

You still have a couple of weeks to take advantage of the City’s offer to haul your Clean-Up refuse. More...

Nolan Seifert,

Ten year old grandson of Nina and Leonard Seifert, killed his first turkey last weekend in Northern Lee County. More...

Pictured are all the LHS

participants in the Academic UIL competition. More...

Sports

Eagles Flush Florence 11-6

Lexington avenged an earlier defeat by Florence, with an 11-6 win Friday night. Lexington scored early, and then had a big six-run fourth inning, to put the game into the comfort zone. More...

Lady Eagles Corral Lady Buffs 17-8

Boettcher Blasts Pace for LHS

Lexington scored 10 runs in the third inning to take a 12-1 lead, and then held on as Florence rallied to close to 12-8, before The Lady Eagles turned on the bats again, scoring six more runs in the bottom of the sixth inning. More...

Eagles Lose to Rogers

Lexington traveled to Rogers Tuesday afternoon, only to be rudely entertained by the Rogers Eagles 13-4. The scenario is basically the same as the other Lexington losses. One bad inning in the game ruins the effort for the others. More...

Chief of Staff Suspended Following Indictment

Last Friday, Texas Representative Tim Kleinschmidt suspended John Higgins, his Chief of Staff, following Higgins’ indictment by the Travis County Grand Jury on Wednesday. More...

First Baptist Church of Lexington’s Mother’s Day Out

recently sponsored “Career Day”. Elsie the Cow visited the children and they are pictured with the famous bovine above. More...

Water Public Hearing Rescheduled

Lost Pines Groundwater Conservation District has rescheduled the Public Hearing on Applications of End Op, L.P. More...

Beautification Project

It’s not a mountain, but it’s also not a molehill, and now, it’s not even there! That was the intent of this group of industrious band students from LISD, who moved a large pile of sand as part of their for the District. More...

Police

Sheriff’s Report

April 8, 2013 A caller reported that she was having problems with her neighbors on CR 118. Deputy Crockett responded. Dispatch received a 911 hang up call. When the number was called back, no one answered. More...

Lexington Police Report

April 8, 2013 Cpt. Wooldridge took a report of a burglary of a vehicle in the 200 Blk of Ave. G.. An investigation was conducted and the case is still pending. Suspects have been identified and additional leads explored. April 9, 2013 More...

Church

Reverend David L. Fischer Installed as FCC Minister

During the Sunday morning worship service on April 14, Rev. David Fischer, formerly interim minister of the First Christian Church of Lexington, was installed as minister of the congregation. Officiating guest minister was Rev. More...

Just a Thought.......

I drive a lot, and it gives me time to think. Recently, as I took a curve on the ramp leading to the interstate, I noticed something. The posted speed limit for making that maneuver was 35, but, I could easily do it while going 50. More...

THEY SAID IT (Life Lessons from Hospice Patients)

My Life is Over

“My life as I knew it is over. It’s like it was some kind of dream,” Alfred said. More...

Obituaries

Ray T. Hartfiel

Ray T. Hartfiel, age 78, passed away April 7, 2013. He was born on October 29, 1934 to Richard and Ella Hartfiel in Lexington, Texas. More...

Audrey Theresa Hulda Symmank

November22,1934-April12,2013 Funeral services for Audrey Symmank, 78 of Paige, Texas, were held at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, April 14, 2013 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Fedor, Texas with Rev. Leif Hasskarl officiating. More...

 













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