2015-08-27

In Memory of Neil Ahrendt

12-2-56 to 9-1-2011

Remembering you is easy. We do it every day. But missing you is a heartache that never goes away. We hold you lightly within our heart and there you will remain. You see, life has gone on without you, but will never be the same.

Bellville

Market Day

The City of Bellville will be hosting Market Day on Saturday, September 5 on the historic Courthouse Square. Shoppers will be able to see arts, crafts, antiques, and collectibles, in addition to great food and live entertainment in the relaxing atmosphere of small-town Texas! Vendors set up their wares around the historic courthouse square. There will be a great assortment […]

Bastrop

Pine Street Market Day

Bastrop Business Women organization will host Pine Street Market Day on Saturday, September 12, from 9 to 5 in downtown Bastrop. Vendors from around Central Texas will set up, allowing shoppers to peruse an assortment of woodcrafts, handmade arts and craft items and more. There will be antiques, jewelry, food, metal crafts, clothing, and gifts, to mention some of what […]

33rd Annual Fedor VFD Fish Fry



Fedor Volunteer Fire Department hosted their 33rd Annual Fish Fry last Saturday afternoon, not in the least deterred by the near-100-degree weather! Hundreds of people went to Fedor to not only enjoy a delicious meal of fresh catfish and all the fixings, but alos to enjoy cold, refreshing drinks, friendly visits, music, an auction and a little bit of competition […]

Sports Thoughts



ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL? You had better be, high school football takes the stage from this Thursday night until Christmas. Not to mention little things like the NFL and college football as time killers between high school games. (Or vice versa) The Lady Eagles seem to be developing into a pretty good volleyball team. They played very well […]

Eagles Face Teague in Opener



The Lexington Eagles open the 2015 season against the Teague Lions Thursday night at the Waco ISD stadium. The teams meet for the second time on a neutral field. Teague won the 2014 opener 76-33 in route to an 11-1 season. Their lone loss was in the second round of the playoffs. Gone from the Lion camp is the starting […]

Israel Trevino Ramirez



Israel Trevino Ramirez was born on December 9, 1949 in Pharr, Texas, the son of Noe D. Ramirez and Irene (Trevino) Ramirez. He was united in marriage to Laura Marie Lansing on July 25, 1975 in Morrison, Illinois. Israel was employed with the the City of Giddings from 1987 until 1997 where he had served as an Animal Control Officer […]

Caldwell Tops Lexington in 5



Lexington and Caldwell battled to a standstill in four games Tuesday night in Lexington. Lexington took the first game 25-23; Caldwell games two 22-25 and three 17-25; and Lexington got the fourth game 25-19. In the all important fifth game, Caldwell smacked Lexington 5-15. The Lady Eagles had battled the preseason #2 team in the state in 4A, evenly, for […]

Now THIS Is Eagle Pride!!!



Caldwell

Annual Kolache Festival

The Fall is a wonderful time to enjoy a festival and the City of Caldwell has been providing one of the best in the Brazos Valley for many years! The 31st Annual Kolache Festival will be held on Saturday, September 12 in downtown Caldwell. This Festival is a celebration of the revitalization of Czech heritage, in a county that was […]