Articles By: staff

LISD bullies drive students out of District

Everyone is familiar with names like Megan Meier, Tyler Clementi and Mentor High School, were five students took their own lives inside of three years. But the situations listed above didn’t happen at Mentor High School. They didn’t happen at Rutgers University, or at an inner-city school where families and teachers are over-burdened and under-assisted. These things happen in Lockhart.

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Letters – Readers worry about landfill tactics

To the Editor: I am writing in regards to the proposed landfill/transfer station that Green Group Holdings (GGH), a Georgia-based waste company, is striving to inflict upon our county and specifically our area. It is truly remarkable that there is actually a group (GAP) in Lockhart that believes a mountain of trash at the entrance […]

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From the Clocktower – This is why we can’t have nice things.

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   That phrase has been used by frustrated mothers for decades, most often when their children are acting like hooligans and causing something to be broken, ruined or otherwise rendered useless. Unfortunately, it also slips out of the mouths of community news editors when they see grown adults acting like hooligans, […]

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James Baker

James Earl Baker, of Lockhart, was born in Quanah, Texas, on Nov. 9, 1949 to Franklin Foy and Martha Lou (Wofford) Baker.  He graduated from Chillicothe High School and Tarleton State University (‘71).  He was preceded in death by his parents, grandparents, James Easley and Myrtle Baker, William Earl and Mary Jane Wofford, and aunt, […]

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Felton Freeman

Felton Freeman took no time to say farewell, goodbye or see you later. He heard the Lord call his name and went to his reward. Felton Freeman, 78, passed away suddenly at home on Dec. 1, 2014. Born Feb. 10, 1936 to Mr. Claude Freeman and Mrs. Hazel Spruell Freeman, who preceded him in death. […]

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Constance Fogle

Constance Ann Fogle passed away peacefully in Austin, Texas, on Dec. 8, 2014, at the age of 92 years. Constance was born in Lockhart, July 19, 1922 to Vincent A. and Frances Cecilia Bankowski Bienek. She is survived by her son Jimmie and wife, Linda, of Lockhart; grandchildren, Douglas D. Fogle and Dwaine D. Fogle; […]

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Charlie Eusebio Casanova, Jr.

Charlie Eusebio Casanova, Jr., 47, passed away in Luling, Texas, on Dec. 4, 2014. He was born in Lockhart on Oct. 14, 1967, to Eusebio Casanova, Sr., and Helen Zuniga Casanova. On April 27, 1998, Mr. Casanova married his wife, Jo Ann Casanova, in Luling. He was preceded in death by his father. He is […]

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Legal Notices – Dec. 11, 2014: Lockhart and Caldwell County (Texas)

PUBLIC NOTICE ——————————— PUBLIC INPUT SOUGHT FOR PROPOSED REHABILITATION OF FLOODWATER RETARDING STRUCTURE NO. 28 OF THE LOWER PLUM CREEK WATERSHED, CALDWELL COUNTY, TEXAS The Plum Creek Conservation District (PCCD) and Caldwell-Travis Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) (local sponsors of the Lower Plum Creek Watershed), and the United States Department of Agriculture-Natural Resources Conservation […]

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Murder suspect arrested in Caldwell County

Jose Hernandez Benitez is the lead suspect in an altercation that left two dead and three more injured in the Weir community in Williamson County on Thanksgiving night.

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100-percent chance of snow on Saturday

Many local children will get their first, and possibly only, taste of playing in the snow, because the Dickens Committee has secured a snow slide and play area, which will be set up on Prairie Lea Street on Saturday morning, and will continue to operate as long as the weather permits.

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