Mayor Lew White said he hopes to keep the development momentum gained in the last 18 months to continue moving forward
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By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER An area man sits in the Caldwell County Jail this week, facing charges of Attempted Capital Murder after an armed standoff with Caldwell County Deputies last week. On the morning of April 1, 2015, deputies were called to the 1600 block of Homannville Trail to respond to what was believe […]
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER As 4-year-old Jonathan Brite fights for his life, the community has rallied, to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with him in the fight. This weekend, across Lockhart, charitable organizations and caring neighbors will be hosting a series of fundraisers to help Brite, who was diagnosed last year with Stage V Wilms Tumors. Wilms […]
Landfill opponents sign up to get their say before Administrative Judges
The investigation remains under way, and more arrests may be pending
Although many supporters of the County’s becoming involved in the Contested Case Hearing suggested it was not necessary for the Commissioners to retain legal counsel at this point in the process, Powell advised the Court that they should have representation from the very beginning.
“Getting our name on the list is not the County initiating a lawsuit,” supporters urged.
The certificate of obligation was initially approved in February, after the council spent weeks in workshops discussing projects that needed to move forward, including drainage and infrastructure projects, as well as several “quality of life” items.
The Texas House of Representatives passed a memorial resolution Thursday, March 5, honoring former Lockhart City Councilmember and Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative Lineman Kennedy Clay “Kenny” Roland. The resolution recognized Roland’s contributions to his community, family, church and everyone whose lives he touched. Roland was born in St. John Colony in 1962. He died unexpectedly on […]