Category: "Local News"

Weekend weather could bring serious flooding

We’re talking about the weather, and these kinds of situations always change very quickly. However, we have issued warnings to all of our first responders to have their teams on alert.

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Court to increase Auditor salary

 By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   In a meeting dominated by bookkeeping issues, the Caldwell County Commissioners Court voted on Monday to alter the controversial salary of the Caldwell County Auditor. The matter has been discussed by the Court several times, as when Auditor Debra French was hired, she was promised a salary of $70,000, which […]

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Council declines duplex regulations

The proposed change would require a specific use permit for all duplexes located in a Residential – Medium Density area, where duplexes are currently allowed by right, provided the lot meets specific standards.

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LPD straps cops with body cams

The technology, currently in use in such departments as Austin and Cedar Park, allows the officers to record their interactions and saves time and space in storage.

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Over objections, Court gives thoughts on Host Agreement

The workshop does not indicate that the Commissioners are going to begin actual negotiations with Green Group

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K2 epidemic arrives in Lockhart

Lockhart Police and EMS are seeing an alarming rise in teen use and overdose on synthetic marijuana in recent weeks.

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Court continues to stall Host Agreement

In late August, the Court voted to begin the process of reviewing and discussing the agreement, but according to information presented by outside counsel Eric Magee, the Court’s instructions were not clear, as to their intentions.

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County, GBRA eye joining forces for river cleanup

The clock is ticking on the proposal, and despite Commissioners’ concerns about funding the project, Fogle said GBRA was committed to the program and needed an answer right away

(Photo courtesy of purewatergazette.com)

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Hispanic Chamber breathes new life into history

The Diez y Seis celebration kicks off on the Caldwell County Courthouse Square on Friday, Sept. 11, at 6 p.m.

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Pipeline project raises water fears

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   Late last year, the San Antonio City Council approved a $3.4 billion, 142-mile pipeline project that will drain water supplies from the Carrizo-Wilcox Aquifer via a pump site in Burleson County. The project, which proposes to tap approximately 50,000 acre-feet, is expected to increase water availability to the San Antonio […]

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