February 9, 2017 RSS feed / Community News

Giddings Public Library News

Giddings Public Library has a good assortment of new books and CDs for your reading and listening enjoyment.  Wyatt Arldt with the library’s Junior Review Crew wrote this review on The Books of the Beginning: The Fire Chronicle by John Ste More...

Grandma’s Brag!

Ryder James Pletcher Proud parents are Gregory and Gina Pletcher of Magnolia, Tx. More...

Books for Buddies

Giddings Public Library presents its annual “Books for Buddies” event. Be one of the first kids to come into the Giddings Public Library on Tuesday, February 14th, check out a book(s), and receive a stuffed animal to take home! More...

Quilting Angels’ Selfless Work

Gerline’s Quilting Angels take time out of their busy schedules to make quilts for those who might need them the most. They gather almost every Monday throughout the year. More...

Hospice Helps to Cope With Final Stages of Terminal Illnesses

Choosing hospice care isn’t about giving up. It’s about making every day count. Terminally ill people who make the choice receive care for their physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs. More...

Lexington’s Past Reported

February 7, 1857 – The Texas Ranger (Brenham, Texas) printed a card advertisement for C.B. Tarver, Attorney at Law, Lexington, Burleson county, Texas. More...

Chef's Corner

Buttermilk Pie

My mother-in-law was one of the best cooks in her time. Her pies couldn’t be beat! This one is my favorite of all her pies.  1 recipe single crust pie pastry or 1 rolled refrigerated unbaked pie crust (1/2 of a 15 oz. More...

LHS Criminal Justice Student Gets First Hand Experience for his Future Craft

Jeremiah Ringler, a Sophomore criminal justice student at Lexington High School, under the direction of David Mohr, long ago decided what he wanted to do when he grew up.  “For as long as I can remember I have wanted to be a peace officer. More...

A Celebration of Quilts Event

One of America’s most celebrated and historic art forms will cover the city of LaGrange and Fayette County the weekend of February 24-25. More...

Protect Your Eyes from Macular Degeneration

Dear Savvy Senior,  Is macular degeneration hereditary? My mother lost her vision from it before she died a few years ago, and now at age 65, I’m worried I may get it. What can you tell me?  Nearsighted Susan Dear Susan,  More...


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