Now THIS Is Eagle Pride!!!

Sports Thoughts…….

What a great week for the Lady Eagles. They went from an after thought to playoff contender. Hopefully they can continue to improve as the season progresses. One area of improvement would be from the free throw line. I apologize to Tanner Meuth and Jordan Cranston for the over sight on their honors. It was totally my fault. We lost […]


Cameron Controls Eagles

Cameron’s Yoemen thoroughly controlled the Eagles Friday night by a 76- 31 score. Cameron hit the Eagles with a very effective half-court trap to open the game. When the Eagles called time out to get into the right anti-half court press pattern, the Yoe changed to a full court press which was also effective. That is how the Yoe got […]


My apologies to Tanner Meuth and Jordan Cranston for leaving them out of last week’s article on All-State honors. Both these young men were given Honorable Mention All-State. Tanner was a do it all for the Eagles. He played defense all season long, intercepting passes and running them back for TDs. When needed he worked as a receiver on offense. […]

Lady Eagles Nip Rogers 45-43

Lexington led Rogers the first three quarters, until Rogers made a comeback in the fourth quarter to take the lead with less than a minute left in the game. Lexington took a couple of ill-advised shots, but was able to get the ball back each time. Elexus Cooper took a shot that bounced off the rim but was rebounded by […]

Food for Thought

Ramblings on Food, Food Memories, Cooking and Eating

New Year’s Resolutions: Lose Weight Even those of us who don’t make a formal list of New Year’s resolutions, most of us think about some things we’d like to do differently in the coming year. The most frequent resolutions seem to center around losing weight, improving fitness, being a better person. In keeping with those themes, I have some suggestions […]

Lady Eagles Shock Cameron

Lexington went to Cameron Friday night and came home with some confidence and a little swagger as they topped the LadyYoe 40-35 in a rugged basketball game. The win puts the Lady Eagles at 3-2 in district play. The three wins put the Lady Eagles in a tie for fourth place in District 20-3A. Cameron led at the end of […]

DPS Welcomes 97 New Highway Patrol Troopers

Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Director Steven McCraw was joined by members of the Texas Public Safety Commission (PSC) as the department commissioned 97 men and women as the state’s newest Highway Patrol Troopers. Major General John F. Nichols, the Adjutant General of Texas, was the keynote speaker during the recruit graduation ceremony held in Austin. “This class of […]