Articles By: staff

The Judge’s Corner – Updates from the Courthouse

Greetings and Happy New Year! I hope you are starting this New Year with good health and prosperity. I have just completed my first year as County Judge and even though it was a challenging year, I believe we’re starting 2016 in a positive direction. This year I’m hoping to work more closely with other […]

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Legal Notice – Jan. 21, 2016: Lockhart and Caldwell County (Texas)

PUBLIC NOTICE ——————————— PUBLIC INPUT SOUGHT FOR PROPOSED REHABILITATION OF FLOODWATER RETARDING STRUCTURE NOS. 10, 12, AND 21 OF THE PLUM CREEK WATERSHED AND FLOODWATER RETARDING STRUCTURE NO. 28 OF THE LOWER PLUM CREEK WATERSHED, HAYS AND CALDWELL COUNTY, TEXAS   The Plum Creek Conservation District, local sponsors of the Plum Creek and Lower Plum […]

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Curran Price Rogers, III

Curran Price Rogers, III, was called home to his Lord on Jan. 14 after a long and courageous battle with COPD. Ever the competitor, Price fought and confounded the medical experts until the end. He was a loving and faithful husband to his wife, Judy. Born on June 16, 1937, in Beaumont to C. Price […]

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Maria Luna

Maria Samaro Luna, 90, of Lockhart, passed away Friday, Jan. 15, 2016, in Kyle, Texas. Maria was born in Maxwell, Texas, to Baldomero and Anita Gonzales Samaro on May 15, 1925. Maria was united in marriage to Genaro Luna on Sept. 17, 1948. She raised their loving children in Lockhart, Texas, and worked as a […]

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John Charles Stebe

John Charles Stebe, 65, of Lockhart, passed away unexpectedly on Jan. 15, 2016. He was born in Freeport, N.Y., on Oct. 26, 1950. John is survived by his wife, Judy Stebe; daughter, Lisa Stebe; son, Joseph Stebe; stepdaughter, Cindy Davenport; stepson, Dennis Meister; his mother, Anna Stebe; and eight brothers and sisters. Memorial services will […]

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From the Clocktower – Is something missing in the Constitution?

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   I like Governor Abbott. I always have. I don’t always agree with his politics – frequently, I don’t, in fact. And while no one is obligated to agree with me, and I’m sure many of my readers won’t, I find him to be a step in the right direction in […]

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Lion lifters open with dominant showing at Navarro

On Saturday, the Lockhart Boys and Girls powerlifting teams competed at the Navarro Invitational Powerlifting meet. The Lady Lions had more lifters finish in the Top Five of their weight classes than any other team. In the 132 weight class, Ileana Gonzales finished third, lifting 590 total pounds and Gloria Horton finished fourth, also lifting […]

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Jim Bob Marlatt

Jim Bob Marlatt, of Lockhart, passed away at the age of 72 on Jan. 13, 2016, at Regent Care Center in San Marcos, Texas after receiving a diagnosis of cancer a few weeks ago. Mr. Marlatt was born in Fort Worth, Texas, in 1943 to Ed and Florence Marlatt. He grew up in Austin where he […]

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Legal Notice – Jan. 14, 2016: Lockhart and Caldwell County (Texas)

PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF SALE OF MOTOR VEHICLES IMPOUNDED BY ORDER OF CITY OF LOCKHART IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 683.011 ET.SEI., TEXAS TRANSPORTATION CODE, REGULATING THE IMPOUNDING AND SALE OF ABANDONED VEHICLES BY DELEGATE OR PERSONALLY. THE PURCHASER SHALL TAKE TITLE TO MOTOR VEHICLE AND RECEIVE A CERTIFICATE OF TITLE. I WILL PROCEED TO SELL […]

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Local businesses split on ‘Open Carry’

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER As the gun control debate heats up across the country, Texans are adjusting to the new laws that allow for “open carry” of handguns on certain premises throughout the state. Under House Bill 910, approved by the Texas Legislature during the 84th session, licensed owners may openly display their holstered handguns […]

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