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Commissioners hear report on Federal inmate revenue

Jail funding through Federal housing exceeds $750k

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From the Clocktower – Who is speaking for you?

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER In the last 40 years, I have discovered that there are three inevitabilities in life: death, taxes, and politicians that will blow with the wind. Fact: Each one of us will die. Fact: Every governmental entity will put its hand in your pocket. Fact: Elected politicians are not mind readers, and [...]

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Letters – The good, the bad and the landfill

Announcer praises LSGP, community To the Editor: My name is Ken Walker and I am an international Kart Race Announcer and Journalist based in England. I recently attended the Lone Star GP at Lockhart and I was one of the three race announcers – the one with the English accent you will not be surprised [...]

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Guadalupe Solis

Guadalupe G. Solis, Jr., 71 of Buda, Texas, passed away on March 14, 2014. He was born on Sept. 11, 1942 in San Antonio, Texas to Guadalupe G. and Maria Louisa Solis, Sr. Guadalupe was a loving husband, father, brother and grandfather to his family. He was a devoted Dallas Cowboy fan, avid to his [...]

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Anita A. Torres

Mrs. Anita A. Torres was born May 24, 1921, in Caldwell County, Texas to Francisco Aguilar and Virginia Zapata. She passed away on March 8, 2014. She is survived by a daughter, Doniciana Flores; granddaughters, Janie Luna, Carmen Violente, Lucy Avalos, Mary Ann Lopez and Virginia Moreno; grandsons, Phillip Baltierra, Emiterio Lopez, Jr., Lee Torres, [...]

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Jeffery Robenalt

On Saturday, March 8, the spirit of Jeffery Robenalt departed this world. He was born in Tiffin, Ohio, on Jan. 31, 1947, and graduated from Tiffin’s Columbian High School. He served his country honorably in Vietnam in the United States Marine Corps. Shortly after his Marine discharge, he enlisted in the U.S. Army where he [...]

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From the Clocktower – Spring… The season of growth

As I stood outside and enjoyed a spectacular, crystal-clear evening, I gave a little bit of thought about “the promises of Spring.” Unfortunately, my front-porch daydream was interrupted by the growling of an engine, tearing every bit of 50 MPH down my street, in a residential district in downtown Lockhart. I hate to bring up [...]

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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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Letters – Readers speak out about LISD Bond, landfill and more

Reader questions LISD spending plan To the Editor: I am writing in sincere hopes that you will publish my concerns regarding the upcoming bond election to fund proposed improvements to Lockhart ISD facilities. I do not wish to try to make a case for or against the improvements that school district officials have determined are necessary. [...]

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Max Richard Juarez

Our beloved Max Juarez, 41, of Lockhart, was called by our Heavenly Father on Saturday, March 8, 2014. The Memory of Max lives on through his loving wife, Tonya Juarez and his beautiful daughters, Samantha, April, Elizabeth and Faithe Juarez; parents, Yolanda and Robert Briones, Albert Juarez, and Emma Guerra; beloved siblings, Mario Gamboa, Kim [...]

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