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Woman Stabbed in Domestic Incident

On Tuesday, March 14, at 7:20 p.m. the Lee County Sheriff’s office received a call from a woman who claimed to have been stabbed. More...

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Police

Lee County Sheriff’s Report

March 13, 2017   Deputy Ledenbach and Deputy Nelson assisted Lexington PD with a disturbance at CEFCO. LPD Officer Nolen advised that he was told there was a disturbance involving a male subject and female subject about a stolen phone.  More...

Lexington Police Report

March 13, 2017   Officer Walton took a call of illegal dumping at the car wash. Suspect was located via security camera.  Officer Walton took a report of criminal mischief at McDade and First.  March 14, 2017   More...

Community News

Maple Sausage and Waffle Casserole

Company coming? Wake up to this make-ahead casserole that calls for frozen waffles instead of the typical white bread. Because it can be assembled the night before, I love the idea of a breakfast casserole. More...

Giddings Public Library News

On March 31st the library and Tejas Health Care are partnering up to emphasize the importance of children’s health care. Bring your child and their favorite stuffed animal to the library after school on March 31. More...

Grandma’s Brag!

Sadie Tucker Granddaughter of Richard & Julie Tucker Daughter of Jesse & Liz Tucker of Lexington. More...

Sports

Lexington Cans Cameron

Lexington softball team topped Cameron 11-0 in four and a half innings. Lexington got homers from freshmen Kylie Hobbs and Kacie Johnson. This is the third consecutive game Hobbs has homered. Hobbs now has 7 round trippers for the season. More...

Lexington Raps Rogers

Lexington defeated Rogers 6-3 in a battle for first place in District 20-3A softball. Lexington used the 5-hit pitching of freshman Kylie Hobbs and timely hitting from Clarissa Parker and Courtney Strain. Hobbs also belted a tying home run. More...

Lexington to Host Relays

For most of the last 41 years Lexington has hosted at least one track meet.  More...

Photo

Claire Furman, Meggins Scheel, and Jennifer Walch, all from the Tanglewood area, are seen at last weekend’s Lexington Antique Show and Sale. More...

Chamber of Commerce Making Big Plans

The Lexington Chamber of Commerce meets to plan activities for the coming months

The Lexington Chamber of Commerce is preparing for the spring, summer and beyond. Homecoming will happen April 30 and May 1 this year and the members are working hard to make this another successful event. More...

Schlesinger Wins Song of the Year

Last week, well known fiddler and vocalist, Paul Schlesinger of Taylor, was named the winner of the Western Swing Song of the Year for the tune, “You Were Meant to Ruin My Dreams.” The presentation took place during the 21st Annual Will R More...

General Stories

The City of Lexington & Work in Progress

Just a few reminders. Monday, March 27th, we will begin reading meters. Also April is clean up month. We will have more details posted next week.   More...

Photo

Paul Schlesinger (center) accepts the Western Swing Song of the Year award at the 21st Annual Will Rogers Academy of Western Artists awards banquet in Fort Worth, March 16, 2017. More...

History and “Her” Story merge in Museum’s vibrant spring exhibits!

This spring, the Texas Quilt Museum debuts two incredible new exhibits: one that celebrates the stillunfolding career of a quilting icon, and one that’s a little “spicy.” Caryl Bryer Fallert- Gentry: 40 Years of Light, Color, and Mo More...

Community Calendar - Free Access

Community Calendar

Wednesday, March 22, 2017 Lexington American Legion Coffee – 9 a.m. Story Time - Giddings Public Library 10:30 – 11 a.m.   More...

Church

THEY SAID IT

“I’ve Got to Find It!”

“I don’t know where it is? Do you know where I put it?” Sally asked. “What are we looking for, Sally?” I asked. “It,” she said. I furrowed my brow and gazed into her eyes. More...

The Rosy Side

I once worked for a Boy Scout camp near San Marcos. My job involved hauling around a lot of stuff, so I had the luxury of being issued a camp vehicle, in this case, a faded red and white 1980s vintage Chevy Suburban. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Arthur “Sonny” Mitschke

Funeral services for Arthur “Sonny” Mitschke, 88 of Giddings, were held on Monday, March 20, 2017 at Martin Luther Lutheran Church in Giddings with Rev. Jeremy Walloch officiating. More...

Annette F. Shaw

Annette F. More...

George Hewer

Funeral services for George Hewer, age 91 of Lexington are scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Friday, March 24, 2017 at St. John Lutheran Church in Thorndale. Burial will follow in the Adina Cemetery near Lexington. Pastor Mel Swoyer of St. More...


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