Category: "Local News"

Commissioners hear report on Federal inmate revenue

Jail funding through Federal housing exceeds $750k

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Islas, Gomez to square off in Democratic Party Runoff

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER After a Primary election plagued with scheduling problems and ballot questions, two candidates for the Democratic Party’s nomination for Caldwell County Judge will finally square off in May to determine who will face Republican nominee Kenneth Schawe for the County’s top job in November. With provisional ballots, including several that were […]

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Home ravaged by fire **UPDATED**

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER A Lockhart family was displaced, their home destroyed last Thursday evening as a fire ripped through the Trinity Street residence. Though no one was injured in the blaze, the family lost five pets, and most of their worldly belongings as the flames ravaged the 104-year-old home in the 700 block of […]

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Weber, Islas emerge victorious in Primary races

Islas to face either Gomez or Bertram in May runoff for county’s top job

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Wallets open as election draws near **UPDATED**

Candidates submit 30-day spending reports

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Off to the races

Lockhart welcomes Lone Star Grand Prix

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Divide deepens as council allocates hotel tax

Although the leaders of five organizations met last Thursday and agreed upon a recommendation, that agreement was derailed before the organizations came before the council on Tuesday.

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Show Time!

The Caldwell County Junior Livestock Show and Sale will be held at the Caldwell County Fairgrounds on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 28 – March 1

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LISD sets $63M bond election for May 10, 2014

After circling the wagons for nearly an hour on the discussion, the Trustees voted unanimously to call a bond election in May, asking for $63.915 million.

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Council explodes over hotel tax

Councilmember Kenny Roland called the discussion a “circus” when his colleagues began to shout over one another to make their points heard

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