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Deputy’s Dispatch Detained

One of the Lee County Sheriff’s Deputies found himself “detained” from responding to an accident last Tuesday, April 28, after being in an accident, himself.  Deputy Lee Michael Lyles was en route to the scene of an accident, w More...

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Police

Sheriff’s Report

April 27, 2015  A motorist reported a large object on Hwy 21 in Dime Box. Vehicles were swerving to avoid hitting it. Deputy Mastronardi removed the debris from the roadway.   More...

Lexington Police Report

April 27, 2015  Officer West assisted the Lee County Sheriff’s Department on a 911 call in the 3000 Blk of CR 306 in reference to a vehicle stuck in the mud. Upon arrival, contact was made with Deputy Holloway. More...

Church

Riding High in the Saddle While Going to Church

Several people choose to ride their horses to Adina Christian Church when the weather is nice. Pictured below are a few of those who ride high in the saddle on a regular basis. More...

Just a Thought.......

In the afterglow of our recent Homecoming, and, in anticipation of Mother’s Day, I want to share a word that reminds us how fortunate we are to be able to celebrate these days in comfort.  Two numbers will be helpful. More...

THEY SAID IT

This is Just the Dress Rehearsal

“I’m trying to keep perspective on this. After all, this is just the dress rehearsal,” Deirdre said, gazing out the window of her living room.  More...

Breaking News - 5/10/2015 7:49 AM

Low Turnout for LISD School Board Election - Free Access

There was a low turnout at the Lexington ISD School Board Election Saturday. Elected were Stacey Stamport, Michael Hess and David Roussel. Stamport received 86 votes. Hess had 84 and Roussel had 69. More...

Two Pedestrians Struck While Trying to Render Aid

Two pedestrians were hit by a moving vehicle as they crossed Hwy 290 to offer help to victims of an accident that happened moments before.  More...

Three Sentenced in District Court

Three people were sentenced in the 21st Judicial District Court of Lee County in late April.  Jimmy Ray Word, 49 of Giddings, was sentenced to nine years confinement in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice by the Honorable Reva Towslee Corbe More...

General Stories

Retired Teacher Brunch

Lee Co. Texas Retired Teachers (LCTRTA) will be hosting a brunch meeting on Monday, May 11th at First Presbyterian Church in Giddings. The brunch and meeting will begin at 10:30am in Cherry Hall. Special guest will be Dr. More...

One Nation Under Fire

Watching the recent events in Baltimore is painful. More...

Photo

County Attorney Martin Placke rode with Lee County Judge Paul Fischer in this year’s Parade. More...

Community News

A little bit of Lexington History....

TRANSPORT OF HORSES (circa 1950-1960)

The first time I saw a pickup coming down the road with two horses in it, I did a double take. This was in 1957; the mode of transport was unbelievable. More...

Grandma’s Brag!

Hunter and Reagan Milburn children of Jacob “Bret” and Katharine Milburn of Lyons; Grandchildren of Terry and Johanna Todd of Lexington and James Milburn of Elgin; Great-grandchildren of More...

From the Chef’s Corner

Spinach and Mandarin Orange Salad

Salads are a must at our home. My wife is always on the lookout for our meals. This is a good one for lunch or dinner. More...

Sports

Garrison 5th in Region III

Ryan Garrison made the finals of the Region III-3A 110 meter high hurdle event. The track meet was held in Waco at Baylor University’s, Clyde Hart track and field emporium. More...

Rockdale Rocks Eagles

Rockdale used a big third inning to pin a 7-0 season, ending defeat on the Lexington Eagles. The Tigers got four runs in the third inning on three hits, two walks, and an error that should have ended the inning with only one run scored.  More...

Sports Thoughts

Both of Lexington’s 2014 grads that are playing college ball have done well. Both Blinn and East Texas Baptist advanced to the playoffs in their divisions. More...


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