The District, which must be authorized by a majority vote of the Texas Legislature and then confirmed by Caldwell County voters, would be authorized to impose a tariff, up to $3 per person, for water-oriented rentals on the San Marcos River.
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By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER During a brief meeting on Monday morning, the majority of Caldwell County Commissioners voted to sell the two nearly-vacant properties on the Caldwell County Courthouse Square. The properties, formerly the Caldwell County Courthouse Annex and the Tax Assessor-Collector’s Office, were set to be vacated as county offices took residence in […]
A recent proposal to suggested entering a staggered bus schedule which would have the secondary schools releasing as late as 4:45 p.m.
PUBLIC NOTICE —————————— NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The City of Lockhart Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday, May 27, 2015, at 7:00 P.M. in the lower level of City Hall, 308 West San Antonio Street, Lockhart, Texas, to receive public input regarding the following: SUP-15-06. A request by Alisa […]
Charles Winfred Ayers was born on Dec. 8, 1918, in Carrizo Springs, Texas, to Julia Cowart Ayers and Kay Burton Ayers. He was the sixth of ten children. He died at home peacefully Saturday at age 96, surrounded by his family. Charles enlisted in the Army Air Corp at Brooks Field where he became an […]
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER Parents remain concerned about a letter sent home in March, warning of a possible bat infestation at Plum Creek Elementary. The letter, dated March 12, noted bats had been found in the hallway and a maintenance area, both before and after school hours, and that steps were being taken to remove […]
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER Each year, Warriors Weekend provides a weekend of celebration, family fun, and fishing to service men and women who have been wounded in the service of their country. And each year, Lockhart and Caldwell County turn out in fine form to offer their thanks, their appreciation and their support. This year, […]
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER Last week, I attended one of the scheduled public meetings to hear LISD’s proposal to change school hours to accommodate a “block” bus schedule. While I’m certainly not blind to the problems that the District and Student Transportation Services (STS) are trying to address, I have to stop and wonder […]
By State Rep. John Cyrier In my last legislative update, I wrote about a recently unveiled House tax cut plan that I co-authored to provide nearly $5 billion in tax relief to every individual and business in Texas. This past week, the House voted to approve the plan, which now heads to the Senate for […]
Stephen John Kuhn, known as Bubba to his many friends, was welcomed into this world in Taylor, Texas, on Nov. 10, 1949, by Bessie and Charles Kuhn, his youthful loving parents, and by big brother Joaquin, almost 10, big sister Pat, 5, and big sister Betty, 2. Before he was old enough to know it, […]