March 12, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Cutter Ants Cause Sink Hole in Neighborhood

On Monday morning, shortly before noon, the City of Lexington was called to the 1000 block of Harry Street in the second Brademan Addition north of town. More...

Coming Events

Lexington Spring Antique Show & Sale - March 20-22  Tanglewood Volunteer Fire Department Fish Fry March 20  City-Wide Garage Sale - March 21  Flag Football Benefit March 28 & 29   More...

Special Sections

Police

Sheriff’s Report

by Lee County Sheriff Rodney Meyer

March 2, 2015  A resident on CR 208 called and requested an officer meet with him at his residence. Deputy Liles advised that the complainant was having problems with a contractor and wanted them to leave.   More...

Lexington Police Report

March 3, 2015   Officer West assisted EMS on a call in the 100 Blk of Gary St. EMS transported the patient to the hospital.  March 4, 2015   More...

Church

First Baptist Hosts World Day of Prayer

The First Baptist Church in Lexington hosted the annual World Day of Prayer last Friday morning. This year’s program was prepared by the women of the Bahamas.  More...

Just a Thought.......

We now live in a world where you never have to deal with any opinion with which you do not already agree.  The Internet will customize your searches so that you only find things that please you.  More...

THEY SAID IT

Life Lessons from Hospice Patients

I Hope So   On my first visit to Lucy, I found her sitting in a wheelchair in front of the nurses’ station at the facility where she was a resident. Lucy struggled with health issues for years, and recently had a massive stroke. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Frank Albert Neal III

Frank Albert Neal III, 72 of Lexington passed away on Wednesday, March 4, 2015. Frank was born in Lebanon, Tennessee to Georgia and Frank A. Neal Jr. More...

Horseback Rider Injured in Hit and Run Accident

On Saturday, the Lee County Sheriff’s Office was contacted by a caller who reported that a car hit a woman riding on horseback on FM 141 near the Rising Star Baptist Church south of Dime Box. More...

Commissioners Save $57K a Year on Bond

At their Regular Meeting on Monday, the Lee County Commissioners gave final approval to refinance the existing $7 Million in Certificates of Obligation issued to fund the building of the Lee County Jail. More...

Lee County Sheriff ’s Office Responds to Shootings

Last week, the Lee County Sheriff’s Office responded to several shooting incidents in the County.  On Tuesday, March 3, Union Pacific called the office and requested to make a report. More...

Eagle All-District

Grant Peimann was selected first team All-District by opposing basketball coaches this week. Peimann kept opponents on their toes with acrobatic drives to the basket and long, arching three-point shots. More...

Top Ten Best of the Best Businesses for Lee County

Dr. Laura Birnbaum  Freeman’s Automotive  Herk’s Store & Grill  Los Patrones Rest.  Round Top State Bank   More...

General Stories

One Nation Under Fire

Today, I feel like a mouse trapped in a maze.  That maze has been constructed by our legislative leaders, with help from the White House.  It is created by their collective refusal to do anything that stems the constant increase of federal More...

From the Chef’s Corner

Honey Dijon Pecan-Crusted Pork Loin

Pork is one of my favorite meats to use in my recipes. It is always tasty no matter what recipe it’s used in. More...

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Community News

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...

Lexington City Council Meeting

REGULAR MEETING Agenda:

The Lexington City Council will meet in a Regular Meeting on Wednesday, March 11th, 2015, at 6:00 p.m., at the Woodson Community Center, 631 N. Rockdale, Lexington, Texas.  1.Call meeting to order. 2. Welcome guest. 3. Citizen input.  4. More...

A LOOK AT THE PAST

Week Ending March 12   More...

School

Superintendent’s Corner

Top Educational Issues for the 84th Legislature Part 5

Finally, we have the issue of testing and accountability. More...

Sports

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Madison Stefek and Melanie Scantlin won Consolation in varsity girls doubles at the Granger Tennis Tournament held in Taylor on February 27. More...

Lady Eagles @ Taylor Tourney

The Lady Eagles had a long weekend of softball planned in the 32-team Taylor Invitational. Mother Nature had other plans as she sent cold, icy weather that forced the cancellation of most of the Tourney. More...

Sports Thoughts

The ball teams are getting close to becoming strong teams. They continue to develop as the season progresses. Most of these players have not touched a bat or glove, seriously, for months. It takes time to get rid of the rust.   More...


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