Articles By: staff

Lions drop heartbreaker in home opener

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   Foul trouble proved costly for the Runnin’ Lions on Tuesday night as they hosted their home opener on Tuesday night against Lockhart’s newly-crowned rival, the Vandegrift Vipers. The Lions came out of the locker room hot and ready to win, breaking the scoring seal as Clay Buehring put the first […]

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Letters – Reader worries highway project will ruin local business

To the Editor: It was with interest that I read your column last Thursday when you, like the rest of us, were dismayed over the destruction of the community businesses by violent protestors in Ferguson.  You went on to say that you could not see that happening in Lockhart where we “value fairness” and “respect […]

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Armando Zapata

Mr. Armando Zapata, 65, of Lockhart, passed away Nov. 23, 2014. He was born on Jan. 23, 1949. Mr. Zapata is survived by his daughter, Connie Zapata and Felipe Ramirez; sons, Edward Zapata and wife, Elizabeth Pastrano Zapata, Armando Zapata, Jr., and Paul Zapata and wife, Rebecca Zapata, all of Lockhart; three sisters, two brothers, […]

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John Schick

John A. Schick, beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend, passed from this earth on Nov. 28, 2014, while surrounded by loving family and friends. John was born on May 29, 1950 in Santa Fe, N.M. and spent most of his younger life growing up in Seattle, Wash. He graduated from Chief Sealth High School […]

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Legal Notices – Dec. 4, 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 Con-servation District (SWCD) (local sponsors of the Lower Plum Creek Watershed), and the United States Department of Agriculture-Natural Resources Conservation […]

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From the Clocktower – Is there anything wrong with getting payback?

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   While I was watching the news on Monday evening, I found myself once again grateful to live in the type of community that I do. I think that everyone in the country knew, and has known for weeks, that there was going to be violence in Ferguson, Mo., when the […]

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Lions end with crushing 42-13 loss

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   It was more than just the rain that dampened the spirits of Lion fans on Saturday as the Lions’ playoff berth came to a brutal end against the Leander Vandegrift Vipers. At first blush, it looked like the weather would cooperate; the Lions were in top form as DJ Ellison […]

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LISD looks ahead to long-term goals

“Our goal [in this draft] is to ensure district focus on effective teaching and learning.”

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Roy N. Champagne

Roy Noah Champagne, 54, of Fentress, Texas, died unexpectedly of an anuerism, on Oct. 19, 2014. He was born in Corpus Christi, Texas, to Grady Marie Cook Champagne and Roy Noah Champagne, Sr. Following high school graduation, Roy earned a bachelors’ degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio and a masters’ degree from […]

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JD Clendennen

JD Clendennen, of Lytton Springs, passed away on Nov. 22, 2014. He was born on Oct. 15, 1928, and named James Donald; he was also called Cotton, Brother, Daddy and Papa. JD was born at home in Lytton Springs and attended schools in Lytton Springs, Lockhart and Luling. He later earned his degree from Southwest […]

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