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LADY LION PLAYOFF RUN ENDS WITH 0-4 LEANDER UPSET

A banner season for the Varsity Lady Lions came to a close on Saturday afternoon when the Area Champion Lady Lions took a crushing 0-4 loss to the Leander Lady Lions in the Regional Quarterfinals. The Lady Lions came into what was scheduled to be a best-of-three contest with a 26-11 record on the season, […]

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Lockhart & Caldwell County (Texas) Public Notices

PUBLIC NOTICE —————————————– ORDINANCE 2011-06 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF LOCKHART, TEXAS, AMENDING CHAPTER 46, “SIGNS”, OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES; REVISING SECTION 46-7(9) TO MODIFY THE REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO EXEMPT POLITICAL SIGNS; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING A REPEALER; PROVIDING FOR PENALTY; PROVIDING FOR PUBLICATION; AND ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. The complete ordinance may […]

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Letters – Reader asks CCJLS Board to reconsider new sale rules

o the Editor: I would like to voice my distress at the rules being enforced by CCJLS Board. In this year’s rulebook, Rule No. 7 states: “The Committee (CCFA President, General Superintendent, Division Superintendents and/or assistants involved) may break all classes and have the right to combine classes if necessary. The bottom 15 percent rounded […]

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Vernis Davis

Vernis V. Davis, 90, of Red Rock, Texas passed away on Monday, Feb. 14, 2011, in Lockhart, Texas. Mrs. Davis was born on Oct. 23, 1920, to Howard P. and Gladys (Hendrix) Voigt. She is preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Joe G. Davis, Sr.; one son, Joe G. “Joey” Davis, Jr.; one […]

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Wal-Mart to break ground in 2011

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER A decision made by the Lockhart City Council on Tuesday may have cleared one of the final hurdles toward the long-awaited construction of a Super Wal-Mart in Lockhart. According to Lockhart City Manager Vance Rodgers, the plans for the retail superpower, which have been rumored in Lockhart for years, were put […]

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Bust shines light on environmental crimes

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER Cooperative efforts of nearly two dozen officers from five agencies came together on Tuesday morning as area investigators gained access to two properties in the Lytton Springs area which can best be described as “colonias.” The two properties, neighboring tracts tucked behind sagging gates and a curtain of shaggy mesquite, first […]

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Court clashes over subdivisions

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER A “variance” is defined as an official permit to do something normally forbidden by regulations, especially by building in a way or for a purpose normally forbidden by building law or code. That word, “variance,” became the source of high tension during the regular meeting of the Caldwell County Commissioners’ Court […]

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Letters – Parent urges review of LISD weather decision

To the Editor: Whoever made the decision to go through with having school this past Friday should get on his hands and knees and be thankful no school bus ran off the road – or worse – while our kids were on board. I chose not to put my kids on the bus, so they […]

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Letters – District under fire for snow day opening

To the Editor: Once again, it snows and all the school districts around Lockhart close their doors for the safety of the students and staff. Does Lockhart ISD show the same concern for the safety of the students and staff? Of course NOT!! The news reports that over 100 accidents have occurred since midnight on […]

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Letters – Council misses mark on extended hours

To the Editor: As a citizen of Caldwell County and a business owner in Lockhart, I would like to say thank you to our Mayor Ray Sanders, Mayor Pro Tem Paul Gomez and Council Woman Angie Gonzales-Sanchez for their desire to see Lockhart grow and bring new revenue to our small town that has been […]

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