2014-11-13

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Hearne’s Prisoner-of-War Camp



Hearne, Texas – Almost 70 years after the last German soldier left Hearne’s prisoner-of-war camp and 20 years since TAMU professor Dr. Michael Waters surveyed this historic site, Camp Hearne is still holding secrets. Last month, a team of professors from Blinn College returned to the Camp for their annual supervised “Dig 101” for their anthropology students. The goal is […]

Hank Wiederhold Scholarship at Texas A&M



Hank Wiederhold Fightin’ Texas Aggie Class of 1976 Memorial Scholarship a link to past generosity Hank Wiederhold knew first-hand that a generous act can yield life-long rewards. Many years ago, Wiederhold was looking for a way to transfer from Blinn College to Texas A&M University, and he met a young banker who decided to co-sign on his student loan. This […]

SACRIFICES REMEMBERED – VETERANS DAY 2014



As Lexington prepares to commemorate a peaceful Veterans Day 2014, a look back 70 years ago found the world in a much different situation. As World War Two raged in Europe, Asia and on the oceans and seas of the world, Lexington and Lee county area youths were heavily involved. The outcome of the war was not yet settled and […]

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Fayette County Country Music



The Fayette County Country Music Club will host their monthly Opry on Monday, November17, 2014 at the KC Hall in La Grange. The show starts at 7:30 P.M. and the doors will open at 5:30 P.M. Admission is only $5.00. The Opry is brought to you by the Fayette County Country Music Club, which is dedicated to the promotion of […]

Poster Contest Winners



The Red Ribbon Poster contest at the Lexington Middle School, hosted by Partners in Education (PIE), was a success. We had 43 students participate campus wide. PIE would like to send a big thank you out to all the students who participated and the LMS staff for letting us interrupt their school week with Red Ribbon activities. We would also […]

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Middle School Football



7th Grade- This group of youngsters fell to Trinity 26- 0. They played the entire season with a small number of players. This game got off to a good start, as the teams exchanged possessions. On Trinity’s second possession, the Tigers moved down the field, scoring on a 12-yard run, despite being hit by Manual Wallace, Hayden Ramsey, and Aaron […]

Superintendent’s Corner



Thank you to the entire Lexington ISD Community! We are beyond excited to have had the positive response to last Tuesday’s LISD Bond Election. When presented with the information regarding the bond proposals, it was ultimately your decision. Thank you to all of you who supported this opportunity for us to improve the learning environment for our students. A special […]