Open Letter to LISD: First I’d like to say thank you to the board and the administration for giving me the opportunity to speak publicly about something I am very passionate about – discipline. I have spoken to the previous Superintendents and other influential people privately, but I feel that speaking publicly may provide the […]
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER Despite four hours in executive session on Monday evening, the Lockhart ISD Board of Trustees is no closer to finding a new superintendent. After staring down a broad range of issues behind closed doors, including a Level 3 Grievance and a report on a recent Human Resources Investigation, the Trustees […]
Roy Gene Richardson, of Lockhart, passed away on Wednesday, May 13, 2015, at 60 years of age. He was born Sept. 2, 1954, in Beeville, Texas to Charles Mangrum and Katherine Pearl Richardson. Gene was a hardworking, dedicated Christian man who loved spending time with family. He served in the Army from 1973 – 76 […]
Michaela Lynn “Micki” Hill was born on July 30, 1968. She left this life on May 11, 2015. Micki was preceded in death by her parents, C.C. “Pete” Hill and Georgia Ella Hill, and a brother, Bobby Parker. She is survived by her children, Kayla Peppers and Joey Peppers; two grandchildren, Arrianna and Jaxon; six […]
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER A working crew and a family had a tragic meeting on Highway 142 on Friday afternoon. Traveling the slick highway over what has, in recent years, become the most dangerous stretch of Highway 142, a Ford F450 pulling a trailer and carrying a crew of five lost control, striking a […]
Voters choose to create Emergency Service Districts
To the Editor: Lytton Springs, Texas. This quiet community stuck in time since the 1800s is, sadly, I fear, no more. A landfill, new school, sub par mobile home subdivisions, a new 300-mobile home division on Barth Road, 97 acres rumored east on County Line Rd, loud outdoor music, traffic increasing and people pouring in. […]
The District, which must be authorized by a majority vote of the Texas Legislature and then confirmed by Caldwell County voters, would be authorized to impose a tariff, up to $3 per person, for water-oriented rentals on the San Marcos River.
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER During a brief meeting on Monday morning, the majority of Caldwell County Commissioners voted to sell the two nearly-vacant properties on the Caldwell County Courthouse Square. The properties, formerly the Caldwell County Courthouse Annex and the Tax Assessor-Collector’s Office, were set to be vacated as county offices took residence in […]
A recent proposal to suggested entering a staggered bus schedule which would have the secondary schools releasing as late as 4:45 p.m.