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Lolita Roberson

On April 22, 2015, Maggie Lolita Roberson, RN, 81, went to be with our Heavenly Father as an angel in His kingdom. Lolita (her preferred name) was born Aug. 4, 1933, the eldest child of Mable Lolita Gant and Rigdon Nephi Gant. She married Charles Edward Roberson and became a mother to four children. Lolita […]

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Karin Jensterle Montoya

Cats, kids, nature and comedy are some of the best things in life and Karin Adele Jensterle Montoya of Windsor, England, got her healthy dose of all these things each day. There a time I saw my mum without seeing a tail or furry paws scuttling to a nearby corner. Every day was like I […]

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James Massey

James William Massey, born June 2, 1939, in Alexandria, La., went home to be with the Lord on Monday, April 13, 2015 after an extended illness. He was preceded in death by his father, Henry Albert Massey, mother, Charlotte Verone Box, and grandmother, Mae Stewart Box. He is survived by his loving wife of 46 […]

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Square lights up for Cinco de Mayo

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   Caldwell County’s historic Square will come alive this weekend as the Greater Caldwell County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce hosts the annual celebration of the Mexican victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla. Cinco de Mayo is a traditional Mexican-American celebration as a source of ethnic pride. Each year, […]

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LISD Board bristles over construction changes

Assistant Superintendent of Operations Larry Ramirez said the “alternates” are features and fixtures that the District would like to include in the project if the budget allows; the final decision on those features will be made after bids on the project come back, and the numbers are crunched.

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Three candidates vie for At-Large seat

Thomas drops out of City Council race

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Letters – Readers react to ‘good times’

Veteran reaches out in thanks To the Editor: Sometimes words are few to describe an event that is incredible. And so it is with the Vietnam era Veterans homecoming we experienced on Saturday, April 18 at the football stadium in Lockhart. All the volunteers worked hard to put the show together. Even with the weather […]

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From the Clocktower – Commissioners ‘bait and switch’ property sales

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER It was disappointing to me, on Monday morning, to watch the Commissioners grapple over whether or not to sell the two buildings on the Square, the former judicial annex on San Antonio Street, and the “Tax Office” building on Market Street. After all, selling those buildings was an integral part of […]

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Track teams advance again

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   The bulk of the Lions and Lady Lions who competed in last week’s Area Track Meet will advance to the next level of competition. After delivering a series of strong performances in Judson last week, eight Lions and Lady Lions will participate in the Regional Track Meet at Alamo Stadium […]

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LISD, Trevino to negotiate separation

Earlier this year, the Board voted to extend a professional development leave to Trevino after less than a year of service with the District

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