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Lee 4-H Members Excel at Texas 4-H Roundup

Lexington’s 2022 LHS graduate KD Coleman won First Place in two categories at the Texas 4-H Roundup last week. She received First in Poetry/ Prose and another in Vocal. For more pictures of winners, i… You are unauthorized to view this page. Username Password Remember Me     Forgot Password

It’s Noteworthy

Cabins Need Help Lexington’s Log Cabins are in need of new roofs – the old fashioned cedar shake kind. Trudy Holland said they need advice and help getting an estimate and, in the future, may need … You are unauthorized to view this page.

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 First graders attended Vacation Bible School at First Baptist Church in Lexington are seen waiting in line for refreshments after working up a thirst during some play time. … You are unauthorized to view this page.

Dime Box Community Meeting Draws Concerned Citizenry

Judge-elect Frank Malinak and Lee County Judge Paul Fischer listen to Sheriff Casey Goetz.A special community meeting held by Lee County Sheriff Casey Goetz and representatives from the Lee County She… You are unauthorized to view this page.

Grimes Street Music Fest is moving

by Denice Harlan, Giddings Chamber of Commerce Our favorite event of the year is moving to Veterans Park on July 1st this year due to the construction around the Lee County Courthouse. We are excited … You are unauthorized to view this page.

Curtis Seeks to be on the Ballot

Linda Curtis, a longtime champion for independent politics, is entering the race for Texas House District 17. She explained in a press release sent out last week, “Independents wanted either Bastrop C… You are unauthorized to view this page.

LCRA, Bluebonnet Award $11,349 Grant to LeeCARES

Expanded backup radio system will help community stay connected during emergencies

LCRA and Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative representatives present an $11,349 grant to Lee County Amateur Radio Emergency Services for new communications equipment. The grant is part of LCRA’s Community… You are unauthorized to view this page.

Lexington Graduates Rack Up Almost $800K in Scholarships

Top grads finally announced hours before graduation

The traditional graduation hat toss was captured Friday night after all grads had walked the stage and received their well-deserved diplomas. Many will be headed to colleges and universities this fall… You are unauthorized to view this page.

Death Investigation at Lake Somerville

On Monday, at about 10:33 am, the Burleson County Sheriff ’s Office (BCSO) received a report of a body in the waters of Lake Somerville near Welch Park. The BCSO, Somerville PD, Texas Parks and Wildli… You are unauthorized to view this page.

Dewey Didn’t Win and Neither did Pape

Stan GerdesRegrettably we obviously didn’t get the final count before we went to press last Tuesday night as Paul Pape did not win the Republican Primary runoff against Stan Gerdes in the District 17 … You are unauthorized to view this page.


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