Early voting opens Monday, May 19 in Lockhart and Luling
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After months of closed-door meetings and hours spent poring over candidates, the Lockhart Independent School District Board of Trustees announced on Monday night that they have settled on a final candidate , Rolando “Rudy” Trevino, for the position of Superintendent of Schools, vacated by the resignation of Dr. Jose Parra in December 2013.
The Caldwell County Courthouse Square will buzz with celebration this weekend, as the Greater Caldwell County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce hosts the annual Cinco de Mayo festival on Friday and Saturday, May 2-3. Festivities begin on Friday at 6 p.m., as food vendors, arts and crafts booths, and a carnival open for the entertainment of […]
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER In two games that could not have been more different, the Lady Lion Varsity Softball Team closed last weekend with another Bi-District Championship in their belts, and a bid for the Area Championships in Pflugerville on Friday night. During Game One of the best-of-three series, on Friday, April 25, the […]
The partnership between LISD and the Lockhart and Austin Chambers of Commerce aims to create better career opportunities and focus on workforce readiness for graduates after they complete their high school education.
Softball team to compete in first round playoffs; runners advance to Regional Track Meet
Three sets of potential projects, one dealing specifically with state roadways, another talking about safety issues and a third, containing smaller projects within the county, were discussed during a brief workshop on Monday morning.
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER An informational packet being distributed by the Lockhart Independent School District this week spells out the plans for the funds the district could potentially receive if a $63.9 million bond package meets with voter approval next month. Early voting opens April 28 for the special-called election, which will allow local […]
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER Municipal Judge Jim Gillis announced his retirement in March. Having finished his 11 years of service on the bench, Gillis left the Lockhart City Council with the responsibility of filling his shoes (or his robe). After a brief discussion on Tuesday evening wherein Mayor Pro Tem John Castillo expressed concern […]
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER During an extensive period of recognition during the regular meeting of the Lockhart ISD Board of Trustees on Monday night, the Board took the time to recognize dozens of students who have gone above and beyond their scholastic duties this year. A group of students from Bluebonnet Elementary has been […]