Well the High School sports seasons are underway. There have been several interested parents and other onlookers enjoying the practices in football and the scrimmages in volleyball. UT has been rated the #2 college football team in the nation by preseason polls. That is a lofty status with a big bulls eye placed directly on the team. Everyone will take […]
Question: If you were a counselor who was helping someone manage a crisis situation, your recommendations to exercise tough love could potentially kill the marriage. Doesn’t that make you nervous? Have you ever regretted taking a family in this direction? Dr. Dobson: Before I answer that question you need to understand how I see my situation. My role is similar […]
Wednesday, August 12 Story Time @ Giddings Public Library – 10:30 – 11 a.m. American Legion Coffee – 9 a.m. Lexington City Council – 5:00 pm.m Thursday, August 13 Masonic Lodge Coffee & Breakfast – 8 a.m. – 10 a.m. Giddings Rotary Club – noon Altzheimers Support Group@Ctizen’s Nat. Bank, Giddings- 12:30 p.m. Lexington Garden Club Meeting Rockdale Writers Workshop@Patterson […]
The Lexington Log Cabins and Heritage Center, Inc., cordially invites you to a Note Burning Ceremony on Sunday August 16, 2009 at 2:00 p.m. at the Heritage Center. Following the ceremony refreshments will be served. The Heritage Center building loan was paid in full! We want to thank you and let you know how your support and perseverance has helped […]
Do You Have any Historic Wedding Pictures of Lee County residents? We are looking for pictures from the 1920’s or earlier for an Old History Wedding Page.
Hopefully over the last 10 weeks, you have acquired a better understanding of the land management practices that Leopold mentioned; the axe, cow, plow, fire, and gun. Hopefully, you have all ready started thinking how to use each of the tools on your property. As most are aware, land fragmentation (large properties being split into numerous small properties) has many […]
New Texas Wine Trail Web page offers event and tour information With annual grape harvest celebrations kicking off around most of the state in August and September, many Texans are planning their next Texas wine trail tour. The Texas Department of Agriculture is making it easier for wine enthusiasts to plan the perfect wine weekend with its new Texas Wine […]