Council approves incentives for foundry December 19, 2014 5:41 pm

Pure Casting has committed to creating and maintaining at least 75 jobs, at an expected pay rate of nearly $32,000 per year, for the five years

LISD to phase out longer-term contracts

LISD to phase out longer-term contracts

Trevino said the plan was not to create employee derision, but rather to make the district “more nimble” in the hiring process.

Justice Center opens amid security concerns

Justice Center opens amid security concerns

According to documents requested from the Caldwell County Jail after the grand opening, the detention area at the Justice Center failed its initial Jail Standards

Cyrier bids for Texas House seat

Cyrier bids for Texas House seat

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   Caldwell County will have the chance to send one of her own to the Texas Legislature in January, as the result of a special called election. Late last month, District 17 State Representative Tim Kleinschmidt (R-Lexington) announced that he was stepping down from his position to accept an appointment from […]

Council approves incentives for foundry December 19, 2014 5:21 pm

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   The Lockhart Industrial Park is still growing, with the Lockhart City Council making a decision on Tuesday night that will bring at least 75 jobs to the community, along with increasing the tax rolls by $5.5 million. By virtue of a resolution passed during the brief meeting, the Council welcomed […]


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Council approves incentives for foundry

Pure Casting has committed to creating and maintaining at least 75 jobs, at an expected pay rate of nearly $32,000 per year, for the five years

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From the Clocktower – Editor responds to bullying criticism

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   I very infrequently feel a compelling need to use this space to explain why I choose to research, write and ask my boss to print the articles that I do. However, I feel the need to take last week’s lead article, “LISD bullies drive students out of district,” one step […]

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Lions drop heartbreaker in home opener

Lions drop heartbreaker in home opener

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   Foul trouble proved costly for the Runnin’ Lions on Tuesday night as they hosted their home opener on Tuesday night against Lockhart’s newly-crowned rival, the Vandegrift Vipers. The Lions came out of the locker room hot and ready to win, breaking the scoring seal as Clay Buehring put the first […]

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Lorene Emma Moseley, 84, of Gonzales, passed away Friday, Dec. 19, 2014. Lorene was born Sept. 25, 1930, in Gonzales County to Herman and Olga Rossow Knetig. She married Truman Vaughn Moseley on April 5, 1947 in Gonzales County. She was a member of Wrightsboro Baptist Church. Lorene grew up in the Monthalia area of […]

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Council approves incentives for foundry

Pure Casting has committed to creating and maintaining at least 75 jobs, at an expected pay rate of nearly $32,000 per year, for the five years

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LISD to phase out longer-term contracts

Trevino said the plan was not to create employee derision, but rather to make the district “more nimble” in the hiring process.

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Justice Center opens amid security concerns

According to documents requested from the Caldwell County Jail after the grand opening, the detention area at the Justice Center failed its initial Jail Standards

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Cyrier bids for Texas House seat

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   Caldwell County will have the chance to send one of her own to the Texas Legislature in January, as the result of a special called election. Late last month, District 17 State Representative Tim Kleinschmidt (R-Lexington) announced that he was stepping down from his position to accept an appointment from […]

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From the Clocktower – Editor responds to bullying criticism

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   I very infrequently feel a compelling need to use this space to explain why I choose to research, write and ask my boss to print the articles that I do. However, I feel the need to take last week’s lead article, “LISD bullies drive students out of district,” one step […]

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Council approves incentives for foundry

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   The Lockhart Industrial Park is still growing, with the Lockhart City Council making a decision on Tuesday night that will bring at least 75 jobs to the community, along with increasing the tax rolls by $5.5 million. By virtue of a resolution passed during the brief meeting, the Council welcomed […]

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