April 28, 2016 RSS feed / General Stories

You Got Our Attention Award

The Giddings Police Department, joined with First National Bank of Giddings, will roll out a new program called “You Got Our Attention.” This program is aimed at high school aged kids and will acknowledge young people who demonstrate exem More...

Like Father Like Son

There are sayings like, “The apple doesn’t fall too far from the tree,” and “Like Father like Son.”  Well, this story would be the case of the Father – Son duo of Ryan Brockenbush and his son, Holt. More...

A Message from the Judge

On behalf of the entire Lee County Community, I would like to welcome everyone to Lexington’s Homecoming Celebration! This annual event represents many things about our people. More...

Last Call for Craft, Game and Food Vendors

ARTS & CRAFT BOOTHS   Each 10x10 space around the town square will be assigned on a first come - first paid basis. Former participants may request previously occupied locations, but are not guaranteed those locations. More...

More Pictures from 2001

It is too fun, looking back at Homecoming years ago. In this picture, the Indians baseball team was in the parade in 2001. How old are these youngsters now and where are they? More...

Photos

These children are 15 years older today than the day this picture was taken at the Lexington 2001 Homecoming Parade! More...

Bubba Westly and The Interstate Heartbreak to Perform Saturday

Tanner Louis heads up Friday’s Street Dance

Bubba Westly and the Interstate Heartbreak will be the headline act Saturday, April 30, 2016, from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Street Dance in Downtown Lexington.  More...

One Nation Under Fire

You probably did not hear about the “White Supremacy” conference which was recently held in Philadelphia. Just as well, because some of the things said there took the dreaded “political correctness” to a new level.  More...

Welcome to the 51st Annual Lexington Homecoming

Homecoming Schedule of Events  April 23 - May 1, 2016  THURSDAY -APRIL 28   More...

A Message from the Mayor

It’s hard to believe that Homecoming is already upon us. For 51 years, the City of Lexington, through the efforts of our local Chamber of Commerce and other organizations, has enjoyed this annual celebration of family and friends. More...

Lexington Log Cabins and Heritage Center Welcomes Visitors and Members at Homecoming

New exhibit featuring info on Lexington’s Founder

The Lexington Log Cabins and Heritage Center, located on the north side of the Square, welcomes visitors and members to Lexington during Homecoming. More...

Photo

The Parade is one of the best things about Homecoming, along with the food, and face painting, and shopping and music, and...., well along with everything! This is another pic from 2001. More...

CPRA Rodeo Starts with Slack Runs this Thursday

The Lee County Texas Stars 4-H have again teamed up with Diamond Cross Rodeo Company to bring the 4th Annual CPRA rodeo to the Lexington Homecoming event lineup. More...

2016 Homecoming Parade Theme: “Rock & Roll”

This year’s Homecoming Parade theme is “Rock and Roll”. Everyone interested in entering are encouraged to decorate their entries in accordance with the theme.  More...

Welcome To Homecoming 2001

This picture was on the front page of the Lexington Leader in the May 3, 2001 edition. Pictured are the mayor, city council members, and Chief of Police at that time. More...


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