Council clears Downtown liquor sales

Council clears Downtown liquor sales

Covert said his organization hopes to find a tenant for the property that will bring additional entertainment to Lockhart.

County eyes opening DPS office part-time

County eyes opening DPS office part-time

County Judge Kenneth Schawe has been negotiation with the Texas Department of Public Safety to re-open a drivers’ license office in Caldwell County during 2016.

Audit raises concerns about LISD

Audit raises concerns about LISD

Voluntary curriculum audit highlights the good and bad in local education

Volunteers make sure kids’ voices are heard

Volunteers make sure kids’ voices are heard

CASA volunteers come from all backgrounds with different experiences and CASA of Central Texas provides the necessary training.

Council eyes booze ban

Council eyes booze ban

Ordinance spells out variance process near churches, schools


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Council clears Downtown liquor sales

Covert said his organization hopes to find a tenant for the property that will bring additional entertainment to Lockhart.

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Letters – Reader questions Accountability Report Card

To the Editor: I recently received a report titled “Texas Education Agency 2014-15 School Report Card – Lockhart Jr. High.” Lockhart Jr. High fell behind the state average in most categories. Lockhart Jr. High did receive an Academic Achievement designation in Math. The report shows 100 percent of the students achieving the satisfactory or above […]

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On the Road Again

On the Road Again

New UIL alignment ups Lions’ travel time

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Council clears Downtown liquor sales

Covert said his organization hopes to find a tenant for the property that will bring additional entertainment to Lockhart.

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On the Road Again

New UIL alignment ups Lions’ travel time

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Letters – Reader questions Accountability Report Card

To the Editor: I recently received a report titled “Texas Education Agency 2014-15 School Report Card – Lockhart Jr. High.” Lockhart Jr. High fell behind the state average in most categories. Lockhart Jr. High did receive an Academic Achievement designation in Math. The report shows 100 percent of the students achieving the satisfactory or above […]

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