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Clarence Newman

Clarence Mitchell Newman, 90, passed away on Friday, Feb. 20, 2015. Clarence grew up in Wallace, Neb., raised by Jefferson and Lula Newman. On Aug. 24, 1947, he married the love of his life, Maxine Babcock. They shared 62 years together. They raised three children in Highlands, Texas where they were longtime residents. Clarence was […]

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Every day is a new opportunity

“Every day is a new opportunity. You can build on yesterday’s success or put its failures behind and start over again. That’s the way life is, with a new game every day, and that’s the way baseball is.” — Bob Feller

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Cyrier claims House seat

Cyrier, who has chosen not to visit the Legislature since they opened session in mid-January, will be sworn in later this month.

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LISD eyes Lytton land for elementary

The 20-acre parcel, being offered to the District for a sale price of $7,200 per acre, is in an arguably remote location

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Commissioners consider Courthouse tenants

We have spent millions on this building, and we are doing a disservice to the community to leave it half empty

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Interest grows in vacant council seat

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   Filing is open for another week in the special called election to fill a vacant seat on the Lockhart City Council. The At Large position vacated by the unexpected death of Kenny Roland last month will be filled by the voters at a special called election on May 9, 2015. […]

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Annmarie Niemann

Annmarie Niemann was born in Staten Island, N.Y., on March 28, 1947. She graduated high school and went to college to receive her real estate license. Her and her family moved to Austin where she worked in real estate. She met Emil Niemann in 1980 and they got married Jan. 23, 1981. She moved to […]

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Public split on landfill opposition proclamation

More than a dozen area residents spoke to the idea of the resolution, expressing a broad range of views

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From the Clocktower – Athletes, students, or both?

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   I heard it suggested a few days ago that this community spends too much time and energy recognizing our athletes, and not quite enough time recognizing our academic successes. Somehow, I thought that was a strange thing to say. First and foremost, I want to clarify that it is the […]

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Letters – Readers offer praise for Roland, Serna

He Lived the Dream With the untimely passing of Kenny Roland, it occurred to me that he personified the “dream” of Dr. Martin Luther King. Mr. Roland first came to my attention, some time ago, through an article in this newspaper. He was reported to have spoken passionately on a subject and then took a […]

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