October 5, 2017 RSS feed / Community News

Lexington’s Past Reported

October 3, 1877- The Louisiana Democrat (Alexandria, Louisiana): The paper printed a letter written from the county jail in Giddings from Bill Longley, dated Sept. 12, 1877. More...

In The Garden

About 1000 years ago I went to Vermont in early October. The fall foliage was just turning and I beat the crowds to viewing the colors, they are so magnificent to see, all the different shades of red, orange and yellow. More...

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Despite the one-month-delay (due to Hurricane Harvey), the Fedor Volunteer Fire Department’s Fish Fry was a huge success last Saturday. More...

Hamburger Supper

Lexington’s American Legion Post #6 is hosting a Hamburger Supper on Friday, October 6 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Each meal includes a hamburger, chips and a drink for only $7! More...

Social Security Matters

Should I retire now or maximize?

Dear Rusty:  More...

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LHS Choir Club had an amazing performance at the LHS open house, September 27th. Brandon Dominy conducted with style and grace as the group performed two songs in front of a packed crowd. More...

Chef's Corner

Ham and Cheddar Scones

Don’t know if you enjoy scones at this time of the year, but it’s a must for our family, especially when we all get together at the holidays. It’s also a good time to use left-over ham.   More...

A budding gardener

His entrepreneurial spirit helped an 11-year-old boy achieve an opportunity he can tell his grandkids about. He convinced President Donald Trump to hire him to mow the White House lawn. More...

Food for Thought

Ramblings on Food, Food Memories, Cooking and Eating

Hatch Chiles   I was lucky enough this weekend to be visiting friends who happen to live near Hatch, New Mexico – home of the famous Hatch chiles. More...

Funny Stories

This cat had nine lives   More...

A Cheap Death: How to Donate Your Body to Science

Dear Savvy Senior, What can you tell me about body donation programs? With little to no savings, I’m looking for a free or cheap way to dispose of my body after I die. Old and Broke Dear Broke, More...

Bluebonnet Trails Celebrates 20 Years

As Bluebonnet Trails Community Services proudly commemorates our 20th anniversary in service to Central Texans, we would like to thank the Lee community for being part of our success story. More...


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