Category: "Local News"

Disaster declaration brings FEMA to Caldwell County

Obama’s action clears the way for FEMA reimbursements to support repairs to roads, bridges, dams and other public infrastructure damaged in the Halloween storm

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County inks $7.5M construction deal

Last week, the Commissioners approved contracts with both the Project Manager and the Construction Manager at Risk, as well as plans with the architectural firm, topping out the cost of the project at just under $7.5 million.

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Commissioners okay ‘landfill ordinance’

Green Group maintains ‘siting ordinance’ will not impact 130 Environmental Park

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Primary ballots promise challenges, changes

County Judge Tom Bonn declines bid for re-election

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**UPDATED** Suspects arrested in McMahan slaying

Third suspect in weekend slaying turns himself in to Lockhart Police Department

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Wright named interim superintendent

Janie Wright has been in LISD for nearly 40 years, as a teacher, principal and administrator, and the Trustees voted unanimously to put her at the helm as the District transitions into new leadership next year.

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SBA offers disaster assistance to residents, businesses hit by floods

A recent disaster declaration makes SBA assistance available in the primary Texas counties of Caldwell, Hays and Travis and the neighboring counties of Bastrop, Blanco, Burnet, Comal, Fayette, Gonzales, Guadalupe and Williamson.

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Cops warn of bogus traffic stops

In early November, a woman in Bastrop County reported being signaled to pull over by a beige sedan with a red flashing light on the driver’s side roof.

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City eyes future growth plans

Consultants hired to work with the Sustainable Places Project stakeholder committee presented information gathered by the committee over the last two years which have led to a vision that could drastically change the face of downtown Lockhart.

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Proposed rules OK Seawillow landfill area

Though the proposed ordinance does not specifically address the project, the 130 Environmental Park, supporters of the ordinance hope that it will block the Green Group Holdings, LLC, proposed development.

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