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Carolyn Lewis

Carolyn Vanderslice Lewis, 76, of the Brown Springs Community near Arkadelphia passed away Sunday, June 22, 2014 at her home. She was born June 25, 1937 in Donaldson (Hot Spring Co.), Ark., to Eva Bell (Witherspoon) and Horace Kenneth Vanderslice. Carolyn graduated from Ouachita High School in Donaldson and received her bachelor of science from […]

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Fred Blundell

Fred Blundell, a lifelong resident of Lockhart, passed away on June 20 after a short illness. He was born on Sept. 10, 1930, in Caldwell County, Texas. He is survived by his loving wife of 44 years, Norma; his sons, Robert and Richard Blundell; step-daughters, Donna Stephens and Paula Hodges; grandchildren, Paul Stephens, Leigh Anne […]

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City, County likely to surrender wetlands site

Council, Commissioners hold joint meeting to hear from Guadalupe-Blanco River Trust

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Citizens split on landfill

TCEQ hearing draws both sides of divisive issue

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Letters – Helping volunteers and children

Martindale VFD thanks supporters To the Editor: The Martindale Volunteer Fire Department would like to sincerely thank all of the members of the community that responded to our call for petition signatures for our Emergency Services District petition. We had an amazing response from everyone we spoke to. We look forward to working with members […]

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Hazel Schroeder

Hazel Louvinia Schroeder, 91, of Round Rock, passed away Tuesday June 17, 2014. Hazel died peacefully at home with family by her side. She was the daughter of Asa Lee Newman and Canzada Elizabeth Bryan Newman.  She was born in Thrall, Texas, on Feb. 6, 1923.  Hazel is survived by her daughters, LaVerne Kirkpatrick and […]

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Mack Farrel

Harold “Mack” Farrel, who had tired of reading his friends and family’s obituaries, wanted it to be known that he died at age 70 as a result of pancreatic cancer. According to Mack, that should answer everyone’s question about, “What happened to Mack?” Mack’s personal and unique style of life was to love everyone in […]

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From the Clocktower – Which weapons are the right weapons

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   A friend of mine made an interesting observation on the heels of the school shooting in Oregon this week. She said, “it’s a tragic state of affairs when I can’t even get my feathers ruffled about the latest school shooting…” She then challenged herself – and presumably, everyone she knows […]

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Search widens for missing teen

15-year-old Alexandra Sanchez was last seen by her family at their Lockhart home on June 3, 2014. According to her recent posts to social media, she may be headed for, or already in, California.

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Guest Column – Delivering to veterans the care they earned

By US Rep. Lloyd Doggett Ensuring our veterans prompt access to quality healthcare has been one of my top priorities since first coming to Congress. In recent weeks, allegations have surfaced regarding inaccurate data regarding appointment wait times and other efforts to hide the true time it takes for a veteran to receive needed treatment. At […]

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