City Manager Vance Rodgers and Texas Department of Transportation engineer Roy Deale approached the council on Tuesday evening to give a report on the project, which included some bad news. Apparently, the underground drainage that had been worked into the project, which will widen Highway 183 to 5 lanes and install sidewalks through Lockhart, is impossible to execute within the $13.9 million budget the way it was planned.
To the Editor: In the past two weeks have begun seeing Fall Armyworms in pastures in the southern and far eastern parts of Caldwell County. It would be a good idea to take a walk out into your pastures and look for evidence of Fall Armyworms now before they get a chance to develop and [...]
Early voting begins on Monday for not only the Lockhart City Council but for several proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution. In general, constitutional elections are held after the Texas Legislature meets in regular session to implement laws specific to only certain parts of the state. However, because of the way the Texas Constitution was [...]
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER From the first whistle to the final play, the Lions learned more about themselves on Friday night than they have all season. As they played an evenly-matched game against the Hays Rebels that stretched into double overtime, Lockhart’s boys of fall took a big step forward. “We found out who [...]
Lions dominate at Round Top Invitational The Lockhart High School cross country teams traveled to Round Top on Saturday, Oct. 12, to compete in the Round Top-Carmine/Festival Hill Cross Country Meet. The forecast was for rain, but the meet was completed before the heavy rains arrived. After the mud last week at the Chili Pepper Cross Country [...]
James Morgan Huckabee, 92, passed away on Oct. 12, 2013 in Luling, Texas. “Huck” was born on the family farm in Laurel, Miss., on Jan. 26, 1921, to Josephus Clowers and Minnah Lee Huckabee. He joined the Armed Forces in WWII where he served as a Radar Mechanic and Radio Repairman. After the war, he [...]
Absentee voting begins on Oct. 21 for a joint state and local election. In Lockhart, the election may mean big changes to the Lockhart City Council.
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER They finally did it. I never thought that they would actually do it, but our so-called leadership actually did it. Our leaders got so involved in their own motives and means, they became so dedicated to their own lines in the sand, that they actually triggered a “government shutdown.” I’m [...]
Reader stands against landfill proposal To the Editor: I am writing in regards to the proposed SH130 Environmental Park being brought to our community by Green Group Holdings, LLC, and the recent articles published in this paper. As a nearly three-year resident of Lytton Springs I am very disturbed about this proposed development. As a [...]