Roescher, a 30-year veteran of the Department, has served under no fewer than five chiefs, Rodgers said, and has worked his way up through the ranks of the Lockhart PD
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Recently, though, police across the country have been responding to a series of increasingly violent and threatening incidents involving what have become known as “crazy clowns.”
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER Sometimes, even when you win, you lose. Such was the case on Tuesday evening the majority of the Lockhart City Council approved a zoning change that would change the zoning of 109 W. Walnut St. from Commercial – Medium Business to Commercial – Central Business. While the change would have […]
Lockhart ISD is pleased to announce that two campus leaders have been promoted to take on leadership roles at the District level. Faith Pope, current Plum Creek Elementary School Principal, will take on the position of Director of Elementary Curriculum and Instruction. A resident of Lockhart for 15 years, Pope has been an educator for […]
Drainage projects address flooding in Lockhart neighborhoods
Officials plan, in the near future, to work with those department heads and their software vendors to align the systems and add the statutory requirements to each code, so it is clear which money should be paid to the State, and which will remain in the County.
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER Although no one offered input during a public hearing on Caldwell County’s proposed tax rate for the coming fiscal year, battles continue to smolder over how Caldwell County Judge Kenneth Schawe has allocated funds for the coming year. Chief among those concerns is the still-swirling debate over whether Schawe will […]
The second victim, identified later as 22-year-old Nathan Fryday, was overtaken by the collapse, eventually losing his life as rescue efforts pressed forward.
District, STS take steps to iron out scheduling and construction problems
Proposed judicial salary increase raises eyebrows, hackles