Council eyes changes to Commercial zoning rules

Council eyes changes to Commercial zoning rules

Changes help to court growth while protecting neighborhoods

Gun found at Bluebonnet Elementary

Gun found at Bluebonnet Elementary

Student report leads to discovery of unloaded BB gun on campus

Library prepares for days of Christmas past

Library prepares for days of Christmas past

‘The Show will go on,’ despite weather forecast

DA’s Office brings in extra funding December 2, 2016 6:14 pm

Increase in bond forfeiture revenue means windfall for County budget

Voters choose current leadership

Voters choose current leadership

City of Lockhart, LISD elections show confidence in leadership


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Council eyes changes to Commercial zoning rules

Changes help to court growth while protecting neighborhoods

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From the Clocktower – If it quacks like a duck

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   It must be a difficult thing to be one of seven people in charge of determining the trajectory for a community of upwards of 12,500. It’s a job I know I wouldn’t want, and I understand why it’s a job that is, on occasion, difficult to fill. Because I genuinely […]

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Breaking new ground: 13.13.Q_B0tZ is code for success

Breaking new ground: 13.13.Q_B0tZ is code for success

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   Putting a new spin (quite literally) on the old idea of academic clubs, a group of Lockhart High School students is going where no LHS students have gone before – straight to the top of the heap in regional performance in programming, engineering and mechanics. Though they officially fall under […]

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From the Clocktower – If it quacks like a duck

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   It must be a difficult thing to be one of seven people in charge of determining the trajectory for a community of upwards of 12,500. It’s a job I know I wouldn’t want, and I understand why it’s a job that is, on occasion, difficult to fill. Because I genuinely […]

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Breaking new ground: 13.13.Q_B0tZ is code for success

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   Putting a new spin (quite literally) on the old idea of academic clubs, a group of Lockhart High School students is going where no LHS students have gone before – straight to the top of the heap in regional performance in programming, engineering and mechanics. Though they officially fall under […]

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Council eyes changes to Commercial zoning rules

Changes help to court growth while protecting neighborhoods

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Gun found at Bluebonnet Elementary

Student report leads to discovery of unloaded BB gun on campus

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Library prepares for days of Christmas past

‘The Show will go on,’ despite weather forecast

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DA’s Office brings in extra funding

Increase in bond forfeiture revenue means windfall for County budget

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From the Clocktower – Is this who we are now?

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   I had a very difficult time reading the Monday morning headlines this week. Granted, with many thanks to social media, I knew some of what I’d be opening my morning web-search to; I knew about the Ohio State incident within moments of beginning, thanks to Twitter. But a conversation with […]

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Giving a voice to the silent

Technology partnership allows LISD to reach non-verbal students

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Linda Jane Green

Linda Jane (Kimen) Green was born in Pasadena, Texas on March 31, 1942, to Peter and Peg Kimen. She married Albert W. Green on Aug. 25, 1962. She went to join the Lord on Nov. 24, 2016. Linda is a very loving intelligent and practical person. She loves God; she is a devoted daughter, wife […]

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Kenneth Crider

Kenneth Ray Crider, 60, of Dale, Texas passed away on Nov. 28, 2016. He was born on Dec. 23, 1955, in Monahans, Texas to Harvey Vernon and Doris Marie Butler Crider. He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Samuel Hoke Crider. He is survived by his wife of 31 years, Kathern […]

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