According to the reports filed at the Caldwell County Clerk’s Office this week, the race for Caldwell County Judge continues to be the big-money local race
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Rodgers suggested, in a draft proposal of the use regulations, that the area could be used by community non-profits, other governmental organizations, and even rented as a space for events such as weddings.
Of particular concern, however, the recalled regions include areas near the Gulf of Mexico, including the Texas Coastal Bend
Dallas-based Fashion Glass and Mirror hosted an official groundbreaking at their construction location near the corner of SH130 and Highway 142 on Friday morning
In Caldwell County, Elections Administrator Pamela Ohlendorf said the decision is not expected to have a wide-reaching impact
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER In the final weeks before the Nov. 4, 2014, General Election, local candidates have turned up the heat, collecting more donations and spending more money on messaging in a final push for office. Leading the way in local spending is Democratic Party nominee for Caldwell County Judge, Fermin Islas. According […]
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER Early voting opens on Monday, Oct. 20 for the Nov. 4 General Election. In Lockhart and Caldwell County, the election will bring about a change in leadership at the highest levels, but some may find themselves confused by the balloting process. Of particular note, the Lockhart Independent School District has […]
“We had more acreage planted this year,” said Lockhart Gin manager David Schulle. “We had around 10 percent more planted this year, and that’s going to make a difference in our production.”
Lockhart’s five elementary campuses have joined in the international initiative this year, and will be hosting joint “Walk to School” events on te morning of Wednesday, Oct. 8, beginning at 7:15 a.m.
Superintendent Rudy Trevino stated firmly that he is in the business of educating children, and that he has to “keep friends on both sides of the aisle.” He also challenged both EPICC and GGH to do more for the District, including helping with scholarships, campus gardens, recycling programs.