October 31, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Time Change

Remember to turn your clock back this Sunday! More...

Lost Pines to Consider Rehearing for Forestar

The Lost Pines Groundwater Conservation District announced this week that they will hold a Special Called Meeting on Friday, November 1, in which they will consider Forestar Real Estate Group, Inc.’s motion for a rehearing on the order granting More...

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Five WWII veterans from Lexington gathered with friends and other veterans at the American Legion last Friday morning, sharing coffee and plans about their upcoming trips to Washington DC. More...

Special Sections

Police

Sheriff’s Report

October 21, 2013  Deputy Liles and Deputy Grover removed some cattle from the roadway on CR 224 and CR 226.  A caller reported some horses out on FM 3403; Deputy Grover responded and put the horses up.   More...

Lexington Police Report

October 21, 2013  Cpl. Nurse was requested at the CEFCO on a motorist assist. Upon arrival, contact was made with the motorist and Cpl. Nurse was able to assist the motorist, enabling them to get back on the road and continue their travels. More...

Community Calendar - Free Access

Community Calendar

Wednesday, October 30, 2013 Lexington American Legion Coffee – 9 a.m. Story Time - Giddings Public Library 10:30 a.m. – 11 a.m.   More...

Church

Just a Thought.......

I know, you are tired of going to the door on Halloween only to find “Trick or Treaters” who are taller than you.   Nevertheless, I want to recommend that there be an army of TALL folks out this holiday season. More...

THEY SAID IT

Life Lessons from Hospice Patients

I Need Some Cleaning Out?   “Bill had a dream last night that he died,” Sally said. More...

Church Brief

FIRST SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH in Thrall will host a Fall Festival, Thursday, October 31 from 6 to 8 p.m. Everyone is invited to come out and enjoy hot dogs, chili, cookies, candy, games, face painting and more. More...

Transportation and Economic Development Plan for Lee County

Lee County Commissioners unanimously voted to establish two advisory committees to work on a long term Transportation and Economic Development Plan for the County during Monday’s Commissioners’ Court meeting.  More...

Scammers Claim to be Tech Support

A Lexington resident reported last week that she had received several phone calls from someone claiming to be with Microsoft as a Windows Tech Support staff member. More...

LISD Earns Superior Rating

Lexington ISD received the highest rating awarded in this year’s Texas Education Agency’s Financial Integrity System of Texas (FIRST). More...

Local Lions Club Hosts Annual Broom Sale

The local Lions Club will host their Annual Broom and Mop Sale on Tuesday, November 5, outside the Precinct 3 Building located on Highway 77 in Lexington. More...

General Stories

AlertID and McGruff the Crime Dog Help Families Keep Their Kids Safe on Halloween

Halloween is one of the most anticipated nights of the year. AlertID and the National Crime Prevention Council, home of McGruff the Crime Dog, offer tips on how families can stay safe while trick-or-treating. More...

From the Chef’s Corner

Classic Meat Loaf

Company coming? Try this moist and rush flavored meat loaf.   More...

One Nation Under Fire

The news is out and it is staggering. Pundits now predict that the cost of the next Presidential election will be 5 billion dollars. More...

Community News

Dear Editor

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From the Mayor’s Desk

Serving as a local elected official is one of the most demanding, and often thankless, tasks a citizen can perform. Municipal officials can be called upon day and night. More...

First Baptist Church of Lexington Presents

Love and Respect

New small group gathering to “Crack the communication code between you and your spouse – and reap the benefits of marriage as God intended!” Love and Respect book by Emerson Eggreichs.  More...

Sports

Eagles Fall to Blanco 43-21

The Lexington Eagles made the two-hour trip to Blanco Friday night to be treated rudely by the hosts. More...

Jarrell Jolts Lady Eagles

The second place Lexington Lady Eagles cruised into Jarrell Tuesday night to play the 6th place Lady Cougars. The Lady Eagles were without two starters, as one was ill and one on family business. Still, they played very good volleyball in game one. More...

Lady Eagles Nip Cameron

The Lady Eagles defeated Cameron in five games Saturday afternoon, to move into a tie for second place in District 22-AA volleyball. The two teams were even throughout the match, after the first game. Lexington won the first game 25-12 in a laugher. More...


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