November 23, 2017 RSS feed / Community News

In The Garden

Garden Myths

There are a number of myths in the garden that people believe as true. Many have to do with planting and caring for the winter garden, others have to do with fertilizers and pesticides. More...

Chef's Corner

Butternut Squash Au Gratin

If you haven’t noticed, I think fall is upon us. From October through March, there should be a good supply of Butternut squash at the grocery store and fresh markets. More...

Lexington Area First Graders Given Free Prevent Tooth Decay Kits By Local Masons

All first graders at Lexington Elementary and Dime Box Elementary schools were recently given free prevent tooth decay kits through the Fantastic Teeth Fan Club. More...

Giddings Library News Corner

Happy Thanksgiving every one! The library will be closed Nov. 23 to Nov. 25 for the Thanksgiving Holidays. More...

LHS Blood Drive Scheduled

The Lexington High School HOSA students will be hosting a Blood Drive on Friday, December 1, 2017, in the High School Library, located at 8731 N. Hwy 77. The Drive will run from 9 in the morning until 3 in the afternoon. More...

Social Security Matters

Survivors Benefit vs. Retirement Benefit

Dear Rusty: I am a 58-yearold widow, born in 1958. More...

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After drawing a name out of a can held by Michelle Lockhart, Genevieve Eberz (right) reads the name of a lucky person who won a door prize at Saturday night’s fundraiser for the new Lexington E More...

Lexington’s Past Reported

November 20, 1867 – Galveston Daily News: This newspapers decried the contents of two letters from the secretary of the U.L.A. (aka Loyal League) Austin Council No. 3, addressed to J. B. Vance, Secretary, Council No. More...

Grandma’s Brag!

Madelyn Williams Daughter of Lauren and Tyrel Williams Granddaughter of Tim & Candice Walch Great-Granddaughter of Wayne & Diane Walch Great-Great-Granddaughter of Eleanora and the late Herbe More...

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The Lexington Rotary Club had the honor of Lee County Attorney, Martin Placke as speaker on November 7, 2017. Martin discussed the major problems that he sees in Lee County. More...

Food for Thought

Ramblings on Food, Food Memories, Cooking and Eating

Antibiotics - Part Two Last week, as I was writing about the effects of antibiotics prescriptions on the body and how you can use diet to help offset the adverse effects, I started also thinking about the use and overuse of antibiotics in food anima More...

How to Protect Yourself from Peripheral Artery Disease

Dear Savvy Senior,  For the last six months or so, I’ve been having problems with my hips and legs cramping when I walk, although they feel better once I stop. More...

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Sarah Garrison, Principal of Lexington High School, Lynette Brown, Principal of Lexington Elementary School, Joan and Scott Sanders, President of LISD Board of Trustees, gave their support to the new More...

Interesting Stories from the AMAC

Meet the Mermaids   More...


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