Category: "Local News"

The victory before the game

Over months of rehabilitation, physical and medical therapy, Bella regained the use of her arms and legs, gaining the love and support of her Lion family along the way.

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Vehicle, possible victim found after flood

On Monday, search and dive crews were able to recover from Brushy Creek a truck that was washed into the rushing waters on Friday, Nov. 1.

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One dead, one missing after Halloween flood

The storm that dumped up to 10 inches of rain in the early-morning hours of Oct. 31 caused Plum Creek and its tributaries to swell across the county

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Bond election stays at forefront of LISD talks

As the recommendations came back to the Board, two key issues are the ever-growing elementary school population, and the ever-advancing age of the high school campus. To address those issues, the Task Force recommended the construction of a new elementary school, and a phased-in renovation of Lockhart High School.

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County keeps landfill at center stage

An ordinance that will attempt to restrict land use in Caldwell County to prevent landfills is in the works.

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Floodwaters create havoc in Caldwell County

Fatality linked to swift-water incident

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Sewage plant endangers natural springs

Site previously deemed ‘unsuitable’ by 1995 GBRA study

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Price jumps $2M on 183 project

City Manager Vance Rodgers and Texas Department of Transportation engineer Roy Deale approached the council on Tuesday evening to give a report on the project, which included some bad news. Apparently, the underground drainage that had been worked into the project, which will widen Highway 183 to 5 lanes and install sidewalks through Lockhart, is impossible to execute within the $13.9 million budget the way it was planned.

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Early voting starts Monday in Constitutional election

Early voting begins on Monday for not only the Lockhart City Council but for several proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution. In general, constitutional elections are held after the Texas Legislature meets in regular session to implement laws specific to only certain parts of the state. However, because of the way the Texas Constitution was [...]

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Candidates hit the streets as election looms

Absentee voting begins on Oct. 21 for a joint state and local election. In Lockhart, the election may mean big changes to the Lockhart City Council.

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