March 20, 2014 RSS feed / Community News

Dear Editor,

I have postponed writing this letter for roughly two months, as I wanted to allow my emotions to calm before putting pen to paper.  More...

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Enjoying breakfast last Thursday at the Lexington Masonic Lodge and served by the Eastern Star were Clara Grace Sherrill, Jim Sherer (center) and John Lynn. More...

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Visiting with one of the cooks, Bill Crawford (center), at the Eastern Star breakfast last Thursday were Charles and Linda Patschke. More...

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About fifty people gathered together during Spring Break and enjoyed a near-week-long trail ride that started in Burleson County on Monday, March 10, and ended in Thrall on Thursday, March 13. More...

Poster Contest Receives Record Number of Entries

The annual Poster Contest for the Lee County Junior Livestock Show received a huge response this year with over 600 entries received. The Livestock Show is March 26 - 29. More...

From the Mayor’s Desk

With the end of Spring Break comes the Lee County Jr. Livestock Show! I know many of our students are participating in this year’s show and we, at the City, want to wish each of you good luck with the event in which you choose to participate. More...

Giddings Library News Corner

Stop by the Giddings Public Library and check out the last books of our latest shipment. New books are forthcoming.

The Stonecutter by Camilla Lackburg takes place in the town of Fjallbacka. This town has seen its share of tragedy, though perhaps none worse than that of a little girl found in a fisherman’s net.  More...

A little bit of Lexington History

Well………..the way I remember it was……

THE RAILROAD FACTOR   For many years the train was number one in Lexington. There was a freight train that brought supplies right down town. Local residents met the incoming trains on a daily basis.  More...

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The Lexington Garden Club had its March meeting at the Woodson Building last Thursday. The speaker was Brent McRoberts from Central Texas Weather, coordinated by Texas A&M School of Meteorology. More...

Local attorney named to elite list of Super Lawyers

Craig Brown, an attorney with Cappolino | Dodd | Krebs LLP in Cameron, has been selected to the 2014 Texas Rising Stars list of Super Lawyers, which will be published in the April edition of Texas Monthly and in Super Lawyers: The Rising Stars Editio More...

Scenes from the Lexington Spring Antique Show and Sale

The annual Lexington Spring Antique Show was held last weekend in the Park Building on Highway 77. Over 30 vendors set up wares for the delight and perusing of Lexington locals, as well as for hundreds of others who traveled to town for the event. More...


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