March 6, 2014 RSS feed / Community News

Dear Editor

Dear Editor:  When I get my Lexington Leader, the first thing I read is The Patriot. More...

On The Week OF

Week of March 6, 1874: A controversy was reported over the re-appointed of a Republican, Dr Van Nostrand, on the recommendation of a panel named by the new Democratic governor, as superintendent of the State Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb, at Austin,. More...

Take the Time; Beat Breast Cancer

Seton’s mobile breast screening program reaches out to underserved women who would otherwise not have access to mammography services. Seton offers free mammograms for eligible low-income women. More...

January driest in decades, severe drought continues

LCRA taking exceptional steps to protect and increase water supply

The amount of water flowing into the Highland Lakes in January was the lowest for that month since the 1950s.  The lower Colorado River basin is in its seventh year of a severe drought, and the Highland Lakes remain near historic low levels, des More...

LHS Class of 1964 Reunion

Hello Classmates of 1964! Our 50 year reunion is coming up the weekend of May 1-4, 2014 during Homecoming. Please email hasselbush@msn.com or call 979-716-3059 or 979-716-7080 to receive more information. More...

From the Mayor’s Desk

Your City Council continues to work diligently to make our town a safe and pleasant place to live. Remember, City Council meetings are open to the public. Your presence is always welcome.   More...

Giddings Library News Corner

Spring is just around the corner, so stop by the Giddings Public Library and check out some books and magazines.

Dead Peasants by Larry D. Thompson has delivered a fast moving and suspenseful legal thriller featuring a retired lawyer whose life gets turned upside down when a stranger asks for help.  More...

Guest Lecturer Challenges Blinn Students To Question Art

Almost anything can become art. More...

Photos

Lexington Cub Scout Pack 142 hosted its Pinewood Derby clinic on Friday, February 28th at the Lexington United Methodist Church. More...

Lexington Baseball Tourney

The Lexington Eagles won three and lost one game in the Lexington Invitational Baseball Tourney this past weekend. The Eagles defeated Waco Reicher 15-4, lost to Navasota 11-0, defeated McGregor 7-6, and topped Smithville 10-1. More...


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