Category: "Local News"

H-E-B launches flood relief campaign

H-E-B will donate $100,000 to the American Red Cross and will begin accepting customer donations for the families and communities impacted by the recent Texas floods and tornadoes. This week, all H-E-B and Central Market stores across Texas launched a statewide tear pad campaign offering customers an opportunity to support victims by donating in increments […]

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Weekend rains boost flash flood fears

Last week alone, CTFR responded to two swift-water rescues

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Cops seek input on citizens’ committee

“I don’t want people to think that this is an oversight committee, where they can pass judgment or discipline,” Lummus said.

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LISD Superintendent search stalls

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   Despite four hours in executive session on Monday evening, the Lockhart ISD Board of Trustees is no closer to finding a new superintendent. After staring down a broad range of issues behind closed doors, including a Level 3 Grievance and a report on a recent Human Resources Investigation, the Trustees […]

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Crash claims two near Maxwell

 By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   A working crew and a family had a tragic meeting on Highway 142 on Friday afternoon. Traveling the slick highway over what has, in recent years, become the most dangerous stretch of Highway 142, a Ford F450 pulling a trailer and carrying a crew of five lost control, striking a […]

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Westmoreland claims vacant council seat

Voters choose to create Emergency Service Districts

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Recreation District passes Senate, stalls in House

The District, which must be authorized by a majority vote of the Texas Legislature and then confirmed by Caldwell County voters, would be authorized to impose a tariff, up to $3 per person, for water-oriented rentals on the San Marcos River.

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Commissioners OK sale of downtown properties

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   During a brief meeting on Monday morning, the majority of Caldwell County Commissioners voted to sell the two nearly-vacant properties on the Caldwell County Courthouse Square. The properties, formerly the Caldwell County Courthouse Annex and the Tax Assessor-Collector’s Office, were set to be vacated as county offices took residence in […]

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Trustees balk at staggered schedule

A recent proposal to suggested entering a staggered bus schedule which would have the secondary schools releasing as late as 4:45 p.m.

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Bat problem under control, LISD says

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER Parents remain concerned about a letter sent home in March, warning of a possible bat infestation at Plum Creek Elementary. The letter, dated March 12, noted bats had been found in the hallway and a maintenance area, both before and after school hours, and that steps were being taken to remove […]

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