2018-10-11 / Front Page

In this week’s Lexington City Council meeting, members are expected to go into Executive Session to discuss the continued employment of Police Chief Ted Walton, who is currently on paid administrative leave. More...

2018-10-11 / Front Page
Several others sentenced in District Court

Jason Ray Schulze, a 45 year old Lexington man, was sentenced to two consecutive terms of nine years each in the 21st District Court of Lee County last week, on September 25, with the Honorable Reva Towslee Corbett presiding. More...

2018-10-04 / Front Page

An estimated audience of 200 Bastrop and Lee County residents gathered last week to protest plans by the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) to join the growing ranks of water marketers who are threatening the viability of the region’s water More...

2018-09-27 / Front Page

In light of the horrific accident that occurred a few weeks ago, a number of people have been commenting on how many accidents there are on FM 696. With so much more traffic coming into this area, one would expect a greater chance of more accidents. More...

2018-10-18 / Front Page
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Twin sister and brother, Macie and Ty Garrison, were crowned the 2018 LHS Homecoming Queen and King at last Friday night’s ceremony. Macie and Ty are the children of Daniel and Heather Garrison. More...

2018-10-04 / Front Page

Four people from Lexington were sentenced in the 21st Judicial District Court of Lee County on September 11 with the Honorable Carson Campbell presiding.  More...

2018-10-04 / Front Page
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The Lexington High School Homecoming happens in two weeks and LHS students have selected their choices for Homecoming Court. Pictured above are candidates for Homecoming King and Queen. More...

2018-10-04 / General Stories

Twelve people were indicted on September 21st by the Lee County Grand Jury on seventeen counts.  Arthur Lee Allen, Jr., 41 of Ledbetter, was indicted for Burglary of a Building – habitual.  Anthoni Salgado, 18 of Austin, was indicted More...

2018-10-11 / Community News

Oct. 7, 1858- San Antonio Texan: The Bastrop Advertiser commented on the killing of a man that occurred at Long Point, Washington county. More...

2018-10-11 / Front Page
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The Lexington Police Department hosted their 5th Annual National Night Out last Tuesday, October 2. About 100 people attended the event, which was held at the City Park. More...


 













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