2018-07-26 / Front Page

The cat is out of the bag, at least as much as can be at this time.  More...

2018-08-02 / Front Page
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The Paulk’s and Bexley’s combined to win first and second prizes at the annual Lexington Lions Club/ Lexington Volunteer Fire Department fund raiser last Saturday night. The annual affair had the Park Building patrons alive with anticipation of winning until the final draw.  More...

2018-08-16 / Front Page
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Traffic on Hwy 77 north of Tanglewood was tied up for a few hours on Monday, August 13, shortly after 6 p.m.. A car driven by a man in his 20’s struck a van being driven by a woman carrying two young children. The impact was so severe, the van was flipped end over end, coming to rest on its side, on the north bound side of the highway.  More...

2018-08-09 / Front Page

The Interim Chief of Police is gone. A special called meeting of the Lexington City Council was held last Wednesday evening.  More...

2018-08-09 / Front Page
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Thursday afternoon, around 4:50 p.m., Lexington EMS was dispatched to 305 Rockdale Street in Lexington for a man who was reported to have fallen and was unconscious. At 5:15 p.m. the Lexington Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched to set up a landing zone in the parking lot at St. James Lutheran Church, across the street from the address where Floyd Lee Robinson had been living.   More...

2018-07-19 / Front Page
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Monday morning, Mayor Allen Retzlaff announced that an interim police chief has been hired for the City of Lexington. Chris Bratton, of Round Rock, began work early Monday morning, helping to fill the gap left by Chief Ted Walton, who is on Administrative Leave.  More...

2018-08-09 / Front Page

On Wednesday, August 1, at 4:46 p.m., Sgt Ray and Deputy Nelson with the Lexington Sheriff ’s Department, along with Lexington EMS and Lexington Volunteer Fire Department, responded to a call regarding an ATV accident that occurred on CR 320. The caller stated that an ATV rolled over and the female driver was pinned under it.  More...

2018-08-16 / Front Page
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Lexington City Council member Melinda Muhl submitted a letter of resignation to Mayor Allen Retzlaff last week, effective Tuesday, August 7.  “I did not want to resign from City Council, but I felt that it was my responsibility to do so to avoid any potential problems in the future,” she said.  More...

2018-07-19 / Front Page
Accidental incident sends her to critical care unit

Friday afternoon, July 13, at about 2 p.m. Donald and Lucille Leitko of Dime Box were on their property, beginning to load hay when something went terribly wrong.  More...

2018-08-02 / Front Page

A home, located at 1162 PR 3021 near Blue, was completely destroyed Saturday night at about 10:30 p.m. The Blue Volunteer Fire Department, along with Lexington VFD and Elgin VFD, were dispatched to the fire after a neighbor reported seeing the house on fire.  More...

2018-08-09 / Front Page
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Last Thursday, a Reception was held for four new administrators at LISD. More...

2018-07-26 / Front Page

A Benefit for Scott Ruthven, who suffered a stroke earlier this year, will be held Sunday, July 29 at the Elgin SPJST Hall. There will be a tone of music entertainment, a live auction and, of course, food! See the ad in today’s paper for more information.   More...

2018-07-26 / Front Page
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First Responders Speed to the Scene

Monday morning, at 9: 30, an army of emergency personnel sped from Giddings after being dispatched to a two vehicle accident on Highway 21, near K & C Quick Stop in Dime Box. Troopers Roby Allen Pennartz was driving and Trooper Andrew Barry was a passenger in his 2017 Explorer when the accident occured.  More...

2018-07-19 / Front Page

Most of us think of police officers as enforcers of the law, which, of course, they are. However, they are also community supporters, helping in ways that often go unnoticed. Last Saturday, one of Lexington’s finest did just that.  More...

2018-08-02 / Police
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July 23, 2018  More...


 













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