Category: "Local News"

Reveile Ranch offers new twist on area history

While the metal building offset from FM 20 West (State Park Road) doesn’t look like much from afar, it offers under its sprawling roof something Caldwell County cowboys have clamored for, for years.

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Budget bobble endangers local library

The struggling municipality, battered by back-to-back historic flooding and election complications over the last year, has been forced to tighten its belt because of a budgeting error, according to Mayor Randy Bunker

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Martindale Library growing by leaps and bounds

By Kaci Taylor POST-REGISTER   Imagine you’re a young student in Martindale. You’re sitting at home, working on some papers your teacher gave you. It occurs to you that you need better references in order to finish. Where could you get them? Your family doesn’t have internet access where you live. You could go to […]

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LISD to appeal UIL map

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   Balancing education and extracurricular activities is a tight rope the community has asked children to walk for years. Sometimes, as adults, we must remember that we have to offer them a net. In an effort to protect Lockhart students from the loss of instructional time through an oppressive travel schedule, […]

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Kirksey leaves legacy of strength, love

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   “It’s not the will to win that matters – everyone has that. It’s the will to prepare to win that matters.” – Bear Bryant   Warren “Pat” Kirksey certainly had the will to prepare to win – at everything he did, according to longtime friends. The noted businessman and former […]

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Council clears Downtown liquor sales

Covert said his organization hopes to find a tenant for the property that will bring additional entertainment to Lockhart.

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County eyes opening DPS office part-time

County Judge Kenneth Schawe has been negotiation with the Texas Department of Public Safety to re-open a drivers’ license office in Caldwell County during 2016.

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Audit raises concerns about LISD

Voluntary curriculum audit highlights the good and bad in local education

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Volunteers make sure kids’ voices are heard

CASA volunteers come from all backgrounds with different experiences and CASA of Central Texas provides the necessary training.

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Council eyes booze ban

Ordinance spells out variance process near churches, schools

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