August 31, 2017 RSS feed / General Stories

Not Politically Correct

The views and opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Lexington Leader, its management or its staff.   More...

Bluebonnet Hosting Solar Tour in Brenham

Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative, in conjunction with Texas Solar Energy Society and Solar Austin, will host its second solar tour on Saturday, Sept. 9. More...

CAPCOG Hopes for Surge in Registrations during National Preparedness Month

More than 50 regional elected, public safety and emergency management officials gathered last week to launch the first ever Central Texas regional community preparedness initiative to increase public awareness about WarnCentralTexas.org. More...

Bluebonnet Offices Closed for Labor Day

Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative’s offices will be closed Monday, Sept. 4, in observance of Labor Day. Bluebonnet’s control room is staffed 24 hours a day, every day. More...

Lexington Resident Posts Warning

Jana Burns, of Lexington, posted on her Facebook account, on Sunday, August 27, the following warning:  More...

Superintendent Search Continues

Lexington ISD started its second round of interviews for a new Superintendent of Schools this week. They hope to have the name of a lone finalist by next week.   More...

Alzheimer’s Texas to Host Educational Lunch N’ Learn

It is estimated 340,000 Texans are currently living with Alzheimer’s disease. More...

Medicare can help you find the right hospice

Medicare’s “Compare” websites have helped millions of Americans find the right nursing home, hospital or home health care agency for themselves or their families. More...

DPS Warns about Online Auto Scams

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is warning buyers to beware when purchasing vehicles online. More...

Hurricane Harvey Leaves Its Mark On Lee County

It’s difficult to see, but the unfortunate owner of this truck on FM 1624 woke up one morning this past weekend to find a tree that had fallen on it. PHOTOS BY PHILIP CONCAN. More...

Lee County Houses Displaced Inmates

Another way that Lee County helped evacuees during Hurricane Harvey was at the Lee County Law Enforcement Center. More...


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