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April 18, 2013 RSS feed / General Stories

Blinn Hosts Alternative Teaching Certification Info Sessions

The TEACH program quickly trains graduates for a career in education. Blinn College will host sessions in Brenham and Bryan this month to answer questions from potential program applicants interested in alternative teacher certification. More...

From the Chef’s Corner

Bananas Foster Upside-Down Cake

Looking for a special dessert for a celebration or company? This one is as special as you can get. More...

About the Heart of Texas Green Expo

The Heart of Texas Green Expo is an annual event supported by industry sponsors and established by Keep Bastrop County Beautiful (KBCB), a nonprofit, 501(c)3 organization dedicated to inspiring indiv More...

Superintendent’s Corner

The Greatest Show on Earth is coming to Lexington this Thursday evening. Please join us in the APK Gym when our elementary students, under the direction of Coach Marla Mitchell, will razzle and dazzle us with their annual spring program. 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...

Texas Senate Passes SB 181, Authorizes Use of Cell Phone to Verify Insurance

Austin, TX - State Senator Glenn Hegar (R, of Katy) passed Senate Bill 181 out of the Texas Senate on Thursday, April 4, 2013. This is a common sense bill that would allow motorists to use their cell phone to provide proof of insurance. More...

Heart of Texas Green Expo Slated for June

The second annual Heart of Texas Green Expo will take place June 7-9, 2013, at the Bastrop Texas Convention Center. More...

Blayne Fritcher

had fun on spring break watching Texas Tech vs. Texas UT play baseball. He got to talk to Trey Masek on Friday and take a picture with him on Sunday. More...

Lexington – It’s Not Just for Barbecue Anymore

Local bookstore serves up more than a smokin’ good book

40 Acre Wood, a small family owned and operated, part-time book shop located on the Square in Lexington, offers several programs in an effort to build the community. More...

Senate Week in Review

Drug Testing, Charter School Bills Highlight Week’s Action

Applicants for some state benefits could have to pass a drug test to qualify under two bills passed this week by the Senate. More...

 













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