November 8, 2018 RSS feed / Community News

In The Garden

To the moon, Alice!

The Lunacy of it all.  What are you, a lunatic? Heard that term before? More...

Open Stage

I’m a working musician. That means I perform for – and interact with – an incredibly wide variety of humans. More...

Where is it? What is it?

Let’s see how observant our readers are. The what is obvious. The where is it, can be found in or around Lee County. It is in plain sight and can be seen from a street. More...

Photos

A whole host of goblins donning umbrellas descended on First National Bank in Giddings Halloween afternoon. More...

The Roster of Lee County Dough Boys

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Pictured to the left, Hershel W. More...

Giddings Library News Corner

Follow the Giddings Public Library community events on Facebook and Instagram. Find us online at giddingspubliclibrary.org. Stop by and enjoy our assortment of new books and CDs for your reading and listening enjoyment. More...

Lexington’s Past Reported

Week of November 9  More...

Chef's Corner

Bacon Hash Brown Quiche

Having guests for the weekend? Try this tasty breakfast or lunch dish.   More...

Grandpa’s Brag!

Victoria and Charlotte Conley Daughters of Rachel and John Conley of Giddings Granddaughters of Joe and Keri Green of Lexington More...

We have a winner!

The object for this week’s contest was an easy pull for Mark Owens of Lexington. It is the drain spout at the back of his Lexington auto repair shop. More...

A Tribute to Our Military, Past & Present

100 Years Since an Armistice was Declared

November 11, 2018, marks one hundred years since an Armistice was declared by the Allied and Central Powers that stopped what was called “The Great War” in Europe. More...

LE MEMORIAL DE CAEN

“Armistice Day” was always special in our family. Our father was a WW I Veteran and on that solemn day we were somehow aware of the importance this day held. More...

Food for Thought

Food as Medicine

Most of us are aware that, in some societies, people keep themselves healthy through the foods and herbs they eat rather than medicines and prescription drugs. More...

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Like a well oiled machine, the crew manning the to-go line at the Lexington UMC enchilada lunch were kept busy making up some of the more than 250 lunches on Sunday, November 4. More...


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