Superintendent Rudy Trevino stated firmly that he is in the business of educating children, and that he has to “keep friends on both sides of the aisle.” He also challenged both EPICC and GGH to do more for the District, including helping with scholarships, campus gardens, recycling programs.
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By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER Deficit budgets are not just ill-advised, they are illegal in some circumstances, according to advice given to the Caldwell County Commissioners Court by County Auditor Larry Roberson. However, despite Roberson’s stern warning, the Commissioners Court voted during a marathon meeting on Thursday afternoon to pass a budget that the County […]
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER Routine business drew keen interest on Tuesday evening as the Lockhart City Council discussed language changes to the Lockhart Sign Ordinance. The changes, according to City Manager Vance Rodgers and City Planner Dan Gibson were largely in response to a recent proliferation of anti-landfill signs cropping up across Lockhart and […]
The recent resignation of the Lockhart Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Becki Womble has caused a shift in leadership that could have a major impact on Lockhart’s business community moving forward. Womble, who announced recently that she had accepted a position as the President and CEO of the Bastrop Chamber of Commerce, has been […]
A workshop to discuss the Caldwell County Development Ordinance will take place the afternoon of Sept. 4, 2014.
According to Project Manager Robert Gadbois, the bulk of the population growth within LISD comes from the area north of Lockhart proper, bordered by Highway 21, Highway 183 and FM 672.
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER As the area’s political climate begins to heat up, the fields have been finalized for the Nov. 4, 2014 General Election. In addition to the Federal, state and countywide races that will appear on the ballot in November, both the City of Lockhart and the Lockhart Independent School District will […]
Presently, the Caldwell County Jail houses an average of 60 Federal inmates, at a per diem rate of $42 per inmate per day.
Friends said Wayne was a standout athlete, who was good at every sport he tried to play, was also a strong swimmer.
On July 28, 2014, deputies responded to a home in the 100 block of Misty Dr., in Uhland, where callers had reported a stabbing