April 3, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Two Lexington Women Sentenced in District Court

Two others sentenced as well

Two women from Lexington were given probation for charges that included forgery and possession of a controlled substance. In addition, two others were sentenced, as well, one from Bryan and another from Giddings.  More...

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Police

Sheriff’s Report

March 24, 2014  Deputy Ayres and Deputy Rudolph ran some cattle off of CR 309 near FM 1624, after several motorist called to report the cattle out. More...

Lexington Police Report

March 25, 2014   More...

Community Calendar - Free Access

Community Calendar

Wednesday, April 2, 2014  Lexington American Legion Coffee – 9 a.m. Story Time @ Giddings Public Library 10:30 a.m. – 11 a.m.  Thursday, April 3, 2014   More...

Church

United Methodist Women

The United Methodist Women and guests were in awe of the information shared by Calli Dorris. She works with Redeemed Ministries, helping women in the Austin area make decisions to leave the human trafficking industry. More...

Backpack Buddies Power Hour

Monday, April 14th at 9 a.m, Lexington UMC Help us to pack food bags for the remainder of this year. We now serve nearly  70 children in our elementary and middle school.  Thank you for your continued support! More...

Just a Thought.......

One of the disciplines (practices) of Lent is Penance.  Not a familiar word for most of us, but, it is a practice of many parents. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Phillip Wayne Jacob

August 27, 1951 - March 29, 2014

Phillip Wayne Jacob (Uncle Phil), 62, of Lexington, Texas, passed away on Saturday, March 29, 2014. The family will have a private service at a later date.  More...

Eddie Wilbert Symmank

August 25, 1938 - March 30, 2014

Eddie Wilbert Symmank was born on August 25, 1938 in Manheim, Texas to Carl & Lena (Walther) Symmank. He was baptized on September 4, 1938 at Ebenezer Lutheran Church in Manheim by Rev. A.O. More...

Lexington’s Annual Community-Wide Garage Sale, April 5.

For a $5.00 Fee - the Chamber will add any sale to a Locator  List, which will enable, especially outof town shoppers, to find all sale locations.  Applications are available at the  Chamber Office and are due by noon on  Thursday More...

The Steel Magnolias present Gospel Concert at First Baptist Church, Sunday April 6, 2014

On Sunday evening, April 6, 2014, The Steel  Magnolias of San  Marcos, Texas, will present a fully choreographed, upbeat “Praise Celebration” of Southern Gospel Music at the First Baptist  Church, , at 5 p.m.   More...

Lost Pines Sued for $15 Million

Lost Pines Groundwater Conservation District is being sued by Forestar USA Real Estate Group in an appeal of the board’s decision to deny Forestar’s application for 45,000 acre feet of water per year, including ten wells. More...

General Stories

One Nation Under Fire

In Texas, they have a saying “another day, same old stuff”.  That is certainly the way I feel about “Christian bashing” that seems to occur daily in our land.  Even as I write, there is another case going to the Supr More...

From the Chef’s Corner

Easy Cheesy Potato Casserole

Potatoes are a staple in our house. There are a “gillion” ways to prepare them and every one is as good as another. If you like cheese, this is a great casserole.   More...

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Community News

5th Sunday Sing

The Ministerial Alliance held their 5th Sunday Sing this past Sunday at Tanglewood Baptist Church. Several local churches participated in this month’s sing. More...

Annual City-Wide Garage Sale

Lexington’s Annual City-Wide Garage Sale is scheduled for April 5. For a $5.00 Fee - The Chamber will add any sale to a Locator List which will enable, especially out-of-town, shoppers to find all sale locations.  More...

From the Mayor’s Desk

Just a reminder to all of our citizens that April is Clean Up Month. More...

Sports

Sports Thoughts

The ball teams are both still in the running for a playoff spot. Both teams will be playing important games this week. Hopefully both will respond with outstanding efforts, and will be successful in their quest of making the playoffs.  More...

Lexington Drops Jarrell 10-2

Lexington used a big first inning, along with shut out pitching by Nathanael Clifford, to forge an 8-0 lead on Jarrell. The Cougars never were able to get close after the opening inning.  More...

Eagles Score a Lott to Defeat Rosebud

The Eagles took a step up in the district race with a 12- 6 win over Rosebud-Lott Tuesday night. Lexington used an eight-run third inning to decide the game. W.E. More...


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