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William Cox

William Allen Cox, 79, of Luling, Texas, passed away peacefully on Oct. 26, 2014. William was born Oct. 16, 1935, to Baron and Vina Mae Barrow Cox in Guadalupe County, Texas. He was self employed and worked all his life in the trucking business. William was preceded in death by his parents, five brothers, and […]

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Forister Cardwell

Mr. Forister Lawson “Potchie” Cardwell, 94, passed away Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014 at his home in Lytton Springs, Texas. Cardwell was a lifelong resident of Lytton Springs and was the third generation of the Lytton Springs Cardwell family. He was a member of the Lytton Springs Methodist Church his entire life. In addition to his […]

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LeVerne Arnic

LeVerne Arnic, 93, of Dale, died Oct. 24, 2014, at home surrounded by family. He was born Sept. 1, 1921, to the late Garfield and Mary Arnic. LaVerne and Ollie Sanders (deceased) were united in marriage in 1946 and to this union two sons, Donel and LaVerne Arnic Jr., were born. On March 13, 1955, […]

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Alejandro Aguilar

Alejandro Aguilar, 95, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday Oct. 23 at Seton Hays Hospital, in Kyle, surrounded by his family. Alejandro was a self-taught master of many trades. The people of Lockhart new him as a builder, painter, welder, electrician, plumber, landscaper, pig farmer, cotton harvester, sheet metal worker and cabinet/furniture maker. Using these skills, […]

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Alejandro Aguilar,

Alejandro Aguilar, age 95, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, October 23 at Seton Hays Hospital (Kyle) surrounded by his family. Alejandro was a self taught master of many trades. The people of Lockhart new him as a builder, painter, welder, electrician, plumber, landscaper, pig farmer, cotton harvester, sheet metal worker and cabinet/furniture maker. Using these […]

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Council eyes library rules

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.

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Lions knock Rockets out of orbit

Hawkins posts 1,000+ yards on 2014 season during 40-14 win

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Opinion – What do you care most about in life?

By Robert M. Williams, Jr. Special to the POST-REGISTER   Most of us would put family at, or near, the top of such a list. Friends would be there. So would our jobs or businesses, our livelihoods. Our homes. Maybe our pets. Our hobbies and pastimes. Add in those around us: Neighbors, the community, etc. […]

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Opinion – Why victims stay with their abusers

By Holly Blume Gillar Special to the POST-REGISTER   Victims of domestic violence often get asked why they stay with their abusive partner. Survivors get asked why they stayed so long with their abusive partner. Just as there is no simple definition of domestic abuse, there is no simple answer to the questions regarding staying […]

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Local drivers could feel recall pinch

Of particular concern, however, the recalled regions include areas near the Gulf of Mexico, including the Texas Coastal Bend

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