April 16, 2015 RSS feed / Community News

Wildflowers

They were a little slower to show up this year, but the wildflowers are not disappointing Central Texas travelers or property owners! More...

Medack 30th Family Reunion

Pictured at the left are members of the Medack Family, the mother of which is Elenora, who will be 98 this year! More...

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City Workers were seen sprucing up downtown last week, as more preparations were being made for the annual Lexington Homecoming. More...

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Monthly Birthdays were celebrated at Herk’s last Tuesday. Birthday ladies from left to right are Dorothy Schimank, Sarah Hallum, and Barbara Fisher. More...

Rabies - It’s here...

How do we deal with it? - April 20

Due to the increase of confirmed rabies cases in Lee County, the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension office of Lee County is offering an informative workshop on Tuesday, April 21, beginning at 7 pm in the Lincoln Community Center. More...

A little bit of Lexington History....

WATER AND ELECTRICITYAND COTTON GINNING

Water was supplied for folks by a well on the east side and one on the west side of town. I don’t have any idea how it got to houses but in 1936 with the installation of the water tower, homes were piped for running water. More...

Grandma’s Brag!

Send your Grandma’s Brag pictures to the Leader: editor@lexingtonleader.com or just bring it by the office. It’s FREE. Share the love! More...

From the Chef’s Corner

South Louisiana Chicken and Dumplings

One of our Cajun friends gave me this recipe years ago, but I never tried it until recently. To my surprise, I really enjoyed this dumpling variation! Try it; you’ll like it!   More...

Texas Military Forces’ Open House and Air Show This Weekend

The Texas Military Forces (TXMF) will be opening the doors of Camp Mabry, in Austin, Texas, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, April 18-19, 2015, for its annual open house featuring the American Heroes Air Show.  More...

Giddings Library News Corner

FACEOFF by David Baldacci—Features pairings by twenty-three best-selling suspense writers, including John Sandford, F. Paul Wilson, and R. L. Stine, who in short high-action stories pit their most popular characters against one another. More...


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