Category: "Local News"

Library hosts Grand Reopening Saturday

On Saturday, the Dr. Eugene Clark Library, along with the City of Lockhart, invites the public to the Grand Re-Opening and ribbon cutting for the Dr. Eugene Clark Library complex, which now includes the original “Clark building,” and the three story “Masonic Annex.”

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Cyrier sweeps five counties in HD17 race

Rules require runoff with Golemon

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Comments to close on landfill project

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   According to the rules set forward by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), the clock is ticking on public commentary regarding a proposed landfill project in Caldwell County. A public meeting, set for Thursday, Jan. 8, 2015, at 7 p.m., has been set as a function of the Texas […]

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Polls now open in House Dist. 17 race

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   Voting opened on Monday in the special-called election for the District 17 seat in the Texas House of Representatives. The seat was recently vacated by Representative Tim Kleinschmidt (R-Lexington), who bested Democrat Carolyn Banks by a wide margin to win his fourth term in the Texas House of Representatives. Despite […]

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Dueling clinics break ground in Lockhart

Mauldin said in her conversations with both DaVita and Fresenius, the clinics had both noticed an increase in patients from Caldwell County.

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Education Foundation kicks off fundraising efforts

$10,000 opening gift earmarked to improve academic achievement

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Council approves incentives for foundry

Pure Casting has committed to creating and maintaining at least 75 jobs, at an expected pay rate of nearly $32,000 per year, for the five years

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LISD to phase out longer-term contracts

Trevino said the plan was not to create employee derision, but rather to make the district “more nimble” in the hiring process.

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Justice Center opens amid security concerns

According to documents requested from the Caldwell County Jail after the grand opening, the detention area at the Justice Center failed its initial Jail Standards

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Cyrier bids for Texas House seat

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   Caldwell County will have the chance to send one of her own to the Texas Legislature in January, as the result of a special called election. Late last month, District 17 State Representative Tim Kleinschmidt (R-Lexington) announced that he was stepping down from his position to accept an appointment from […]

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