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Letters – Flags, first responders and fairness

Reader answers – What’s with the flag? To the Editor: Since several people have asked me that question, I thought I would answer briefly. The red, white, and blue flag flying on San Jacinto Street is the flag of the Czech Republic, the same flag used by the former Czechoslovakia from the time of its […]

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Jack Wiley Love

J W Love was born Jack Wiley Love to Bertha Lee (Joplin) Love and Jess Elmer Love on April 21, 1950 in Round Rock, Texas. After high school, JW Joined the U. S. Army, where he served in Vietnam and other places. He served for eight years, then left for a short while before serving […]

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Sylvia Moffett

Sylvia M. “Jackie” Moffett, 93 passed away Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016. Sylvia was born May 16, 1923, to George and Annie McMullen in Caldwell County, Texas. She is preceded by her husband of 63 years, James H. Moffett; daughter, Shirlean Petty; son-in-law, Gene Petty; and grandson Jason Moffett. Sylvia is survived by her son, James […]

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Norma Howard

Norma Jeanne Kelley Howard, of Dallas, Texas passed away on Oct. 15, 2016, at the age of 90. She was born on Aug. 2, 1926, in Lockhart, Texas to Mary Zelma Fortune and Howard Harley Kelley. Norma grew up in Lockhart surrounded by a large and loving extended family. After graduating from Lockhart High School, […]

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Rudy Gomez

Rudy L. Gomez, 75, of Lockhart, Texas passed away on Oct. 15, 2016. He was born on Sept. 25, 1941 in Lockhart, Texas, to Henry and Ella Gomez. Rudy was a diehard Dallas Cowboys fan and never missed a game if he could help it. He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Aurora V. […]

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Lions fall in Friday night catfight

By Kathi Bliss and Rob Ortiz POST-REGISTER   Halfway through the District season, and after a week of recuperation, the Lions took the field at home on Friday night for a showdown with District 26-5A’s new powerhouse team, the Dripping Springs Tigers. Despite making a strong beginning in the first half, the Lions ran out […]

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Letters – Football, Hometown Spirit and Electric Rates

Reader, winner thanks sponsors To the Editor: Every year at the beginning of football season, there are over one hundred Lockhart fans becoming excited about entering the first football contest in the Post-Register. I only hope that the sponsors of this contest realize the excitement that the competition brings to us all. The contest in […]

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Spending hits stride as election nears

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   With only two weeks until polls open for Early Voting, and less than a month until Election Day, local candidates are doubling down on their efforts to win their races. With that final push, for many, comes increased spending. This week, many candidates filed campaign finance reports detailing their spending […]

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Richard Torrez

Richard Torrez, born on June 30, 1969, Lockhart passed away on Oct. 7, 2016 in Lockhart. Richard was a construction worker, a job which he loved that took him all over the country. He was a loving and caring person always willing to help someone in need. If he knew you were having a bad […]

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Thomas Gonzales

Thomas L. Gonzales, 73, entered into eternal rest on Thursday, Oct. 6, 2016. He was born in Gonzales, Texas, on April 19, 1943. Thomas and his wife Otilia were married for 51 years. A retired truck driver of 20 years, he loved being around his many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He loved dominoes, watching football, barbecuing, […]

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