By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER The Lockhart Police Department announced on Wednesday morning that an arrest had been made in a rash of car burglaries worrying Lockhart citizens recently. Witnesses made a report early on Wednesday morning, having seen a suspect burglarizing vehicles near the intersection of Bois D’Arc and Elm Streets. Police arrested 20-year-old […]
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The Plum Creek Dental Group will host a very special dentistry event on Saturday morning, Feb. 7. In connection with Dentistry From the Heart, the staff of Dr. Malcolm Berg will be offering dental services to those who cannot receive help elsewhere. Adults 18 years of age and older are welcome to participate in the […]
Knudsen urged residents of the community to make sure to call police if they see suspicious activity in their area.
Several quality-of-life projects are included, including adding a playscape at Pecos Street Park, constructing a community building at Lockhart City Park, and beginning construction on the Sustainable Places Project to add pedestrian mobility and safety to the Caldwell County Courthouse Square.
Torey Wayne Blackstock, 21, was killed by a hit-and-run driver while walking on FM 1322 either late in the evening of Dec. 24, or early in the morning of Dec. 25
Doyle, who announced his retirement last month, will be honored at a celebration in the Lockhart City Council Chambers on the third floor of the Dr. Eugene Clark Library on Friday, Jan. 30, 2015, from 2 – 4 p.m.
The Office of the Governor announced today that the runoff election between John Cyrier and Brent Golemon for the vacant House District 17 seat in the Texas House of Representatives will be held on Feb. 17, 2015. Early voting in the runoff election will be held from Feb. 9 – 13, 2015. The Commissioners Court […]
In recent weeks, the assistant principal from Bluebonnet Elementary, the principal from Lockhart High School, the Human Resources Director and the Head Baseball Coach have been reassigned.
“We want this, not only for the safety of our volunteers, but also for the safety of the residents.”
Monday’s Board Workshop focused primarily on accountability ratings within the District, and particularly the appearance of three LISD campuses on the Texas Education Agency’s “Public Education Grant” (PEG) list.