2012-10-04

Lady Eagles Fall

But Still Hanging on to First Place

The Lady Eagles lost their first district volleyball game Friday in Jarrell, losing in five games. Lexington still maintains first place, alone, in the district race. The contest between Lexington and Jarrell was an up and down exhibition. Jarrell won game one 22-25. Lexington dominated game two, 25-7. Jarrell was back on top with a 17-25 win in game three. […]

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Predictions for 10-5-12



Thursday Wrap Up



7th Grade-The Lexington 7th Grade beat Jarrell 18-6 against district competition. 8th Grade-The Lexington 8th Grade continued with an impressive 44-8 win over Jarrell. The 8th grade has had impressive wins the last two weeks. JV-The Lexington JV hosted the Jarrell JV. Jarrell took the final score to 28-6 by scoring throughout the game. Jarrell scored in the first quarter, […]

Sports Thoughts



The Aggies look to be for real. Johnny Manziel is one heck of a player at quarterback. I bet he would have been a great defensive back at Texas. His legend is starting, as the Aggies’ season progresses. Baylor and West Virginia had a shoot out in WVU’s 70-63 win. West Virginia is rated in the top 10 in the […]

Thank You!



Lee County Go Texan would like to thank Dorothy Falke of Meme Quilts for making and donating this beautiful quilt that placed 2nd at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, to be auctioned off at our annual fundraiser. Mark and Frances McArthur had the winning bid and stated that is was going to be a gift for their daughter, who […]

6th Annual Texas Chainsaw Manicure

Taking Place Saturday, October 13th at Down Home Ranch

The Bastrop fire over Labor Day Weekend in 2011 was a grim reminder of just how important preparing for a wildfire can be. That is why you’re invited to bring family and friends out to Down Home Ranch on Saturday, October 13th, for a great day of outdoor fun, volunteering, and creating a safer, more beautiful Down Home Ranch at […]

TWDB funds bring clean drinking water to Texas communities



In Eagle Pass, three new elevated storage tanks and a 19- million-gallon-per-day water treatment plant bring poor quality raw water from the Rio Grande to current drinking water standards. As a result of $96 million in funding, 40,000 area residents have better quality water and more of it. In Greenville, six solar-powered circulating machines aerate a reservoir, alleviating taste and […]