1The road less traveled? Students plan for future

The road less traveled? Students plan for future

By Miles Smith Editor/ POST-REGISTER Baseball legend Yogi Berra is famous for having said “If you come to a fork in the road, take it.” While not forks, per se, Lockhart Independent School District is giving its high school students a number of avenues to prepare themselves for the next step, whether it’s college, trade […]

1Offices reopen after sleet pays Caldwell County a visit

Offices reopen after sleet pays Caldwell County a visit

By Miles Smith Editor / POST-REGISTER In the end, the first wintry precipitation of 2018 lacked the picturesque quality of the snowfall that greeted Caldwell County in December, but the sleet and freezing rain that swept through the area brought with it similar treacherous conditions that prompted a number of closures. While the main thoroughfares […]

1LIVING THE DREAM: Hundreds celebrate King’s legacy

LIVING THE DREAM: Hundreds celebrate King’s legacy

  By Miles Smith Editor / POST-REGISTER Since 2004, Lockhart has annually held a parade on Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday to commemorate the activist’s push for equality during the civil rights movement in the 1960s. Monday marked the 15th year since the march began in the Caldwell County seat. Hundreds gathered on Carver Street […]

Winter weather warnings prompt cancellations January 15, 2018 11:07 pm

By Miles Smith Editor / POST-REGISTER   The National Weather Service as of Monday evening was sticking to an earlier forecast predicting a significant winter storm for much of central Texas, including Lockhart and Caldwell County, prompting some local cancellations. Temperatures are projected to drop into the mid 20s to low 30s by noon Tuesday […]

Dale man killed in Bastrop County motorcycle crash January 12, 2018 5:12 pm

By Miles Smith Editor / POST-REGISTER   A Dale man was killed Tuesday in Bastrop County after his motorcycle struck a tree in a single vehicle crash. The Texas Department of Public Safety identified the man killed in the crash as Jeremy William Shoumaker, 41, of Dale. According to DPS reports, Shoumaker was driving west […]


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The road less traveled? Students plan for future

By Miles Smith Editor/ POST-REGISTER Baseball legend Yogi Berra is famous for having said “If you come to a fork in the road, take it.” While not forks, per se, Lockhart Independent School District is giving its high school students a number of avenues to prepare themselves for the next step, whether it’s college, trade […]

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Putting the unity in community

By Miles Smith Editor/POST-REGISTER When a journalist is a newcomer to a community, everything he or she covers is from a completely fresh perspective. When you see something for the first time, it’s certain to resonate with you in a way that it likely wouldn’t if you’d experienced it time and time again. When I […]

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Sports&More

Hoops play continues for Lions, Lady Lions

Hoops play continues for Lions, Lady Lions

From Staff Reports The Lockhart Lady Lions fell 52-38 to Kerrville Tivy Friday night in district play, dropping their district record to 2-5. Kerrville Tivy pulled away in the first quarter, leading 19-10 before outscoring the Lady Lions 27-10 in the next two frames to ice the game. Lockhart found a groove in the fourth […]

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Recent Articles

Dick Stage

Dick Stage, age 92, of Red Rock, Texas passed away January 14, 2018. Mr. Stage was born April 4, 1925 in Goshen, Indiana. Dick was a Veteran of WWII, he proudly served our Country in the Army Air Force. Dick had an Associate degree from Auburn College in New York, and worked many years in […]

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Gloria June Horton

Gloria June Horton passed away peacefully on Sunday, January 14, 2018 in Luling, TX. She was born to Hugh Walter and Edith Ellen (McNabb) Guernsey in Chippewa Falls, WI on July 30, 1928. Gloria married her childhood sweetheart and the love of her life, Wiley James Horton, on April 28, 1945 in Richmond, TX. They […]

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Lorraine Margaret Voigt

  Lorraine Margaret Voigt, a resident of Golden Age Assisted Living in Lockhart, passed away on January 15, 2018 at the age of 85. She was born in 1932 in Peirz, Minnesota to Theadore and Anna Billmeyer. She is preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Leonard Voigt (1996) and a daughter, Janet Voigt. […]

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Gary Lynn Johnson

Gary was born on November 28, 1953 to Homer and Elsie Johnson. He passed away at Chisolm Trail Nursing Center on January 7, 2018. Gary is survived by his guardians, John and Maryanne Morris and their children, Karen Morris Jordan and Adam Morris. He is also survived by his other “family” Sharon and Amy Limas, […]

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Putting the unity in community

By Miles Smith Editor/POST-REGISTER When a journalist is a newcomer to a community, everything he or she covers is from a completely fresh perspective. When you see something for the first time, it’s certain to resonate with you in a way that it likely wouldn’t if you’d experienced it time and time again. When I […]

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Hoops play continues for Lions, Lady Lions

From Staff Reports The Lockhart Lady Lions fell 52-38 to Kerrville Tivy Friday night in district play, dropping their district record to 2-5. Kerrville Tivy pulled away in the first quarter, leading 19-10 before outscoring the Lady Lions 27-10 in the next two frames to ice the game. Lockhart found a groove in the fourth […]

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Come interact with LISD grading committee

From staff reports If you’re a parent with school-age children, you’re likely interested in how your kids are being graded. The Lockhart Independent School District is inviting all parents and community members to attend a forum at 5 p.m. Thursday at Lockhart High School to learn more about what a committee of district educators and […]

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The road less traveled? Students plan for future

By Miles Smith Editor/ POST-REGISTER Baseball legend Yogi Berra is famous for having said “If you come to a fork in the road, take it.” While not forks, per se, Lockhart Independent School District is giving its high school students a number of avenues to prepare themselves for the next step, whether it’s college, trade […]

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Offices reopen after sleet pays Caldwell County a visit

By Miles Smith Editor / POST-REGISTER In the end, the first wintry precipitation of 2018 lacked the picturesque quality of the snowfall that greeted Caldwell County in December, but the sleet and freezing rain that swept through the area brought with it similar treacherous conditions that prompted a number of closures. While the main thoroughfares […]

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LIVING THE DREAM: Hundreds celebrate King’s legacy

  By Miles Smith Editor / POST-REGISTER Since 2004, Lockhart has annually held a parade on Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday to commemorate the activist’s push for equality during the civil rights movement in the 1960s. Monday marked the 15th year since the march began in the Caldwell County seat. Hundreds gathered on Carver Street […]

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