April 14, 2016 RSS feed / General Stories

One Nation Under Fire

Headlines and sound bites and jarring pictures are all that is left of the news in our time. Some folks may blame the Media, but I think the fault lies in “Technological Fallout”. More...

Jr. High Track Meet

Due to illness, the results of the Jr. High Track Meet will not be available until next week.   More...

Photos

Lee County Commissioners held a County-Wide Clean Up last Saturday, and the Precinct 3 Building, alone, gathered tons of refuse from area residents. PHOTOS BY LACEY HANNES. More...

Wrongful Convictions Fought by TYLA

In 1765 Sir William Blackstone famously proclaimed: “It is better that ten guilty persons escape than that one innocent suffer.”  More...

USDA Seeks Grant Applicants for Development of Support to Rural Areas

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has announced that $5.8 million in competitive funding is available nationwide to help start, improve or expand cooperative businesses in rural areas. More...

On being a Firewise Community

In order to become a “Firewise Community” Blue VFD has mapped their area coverage by every road. More...

State-Wide Monthly Sales Tax Revenue Increases

But Distribution to Lee County Cities Down

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced last week that he will send cities, counties, transit systems and special purpose taxing districts $591.4 million in local sales tax allocations for April, 2.6 percent more than in April 2015. More...

AGE of Central Texas Hosts Free Workshop in Bastrop

Balancing Life as a Caregiver to be held on May 22nd

You are taking care of a loved one, but who is taking care of you? More...

Photo

Byron Wren (far left) hosted the Lexington Lions Club at his barn last Thursday evening. More...


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