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Feb

A Personal Touch to Report Card Day

By JEFF WICK

FAYETTEVILLE – Long before parents of Fayetteville ISD students see their kids’ report cards, another set of eyes has already scrutinized the grades – and marked up the report card in blue ink.
 
Thu
19
Feb

Big Plans Ahead at Brasher-Gunn

BY H.H. HOWZE

In an effort to comply with current General Motors branding strategy, Brasher Gunn, the landmark automotive dealership on the corner of Colorado and Jefferson Streets in La Grange is undergoing a complete renovation.
 
Thu
19
Feb

Flu Really Impacts Local School Finance

By ANDY BEHLEN
 
At the La Grange I.S.D. school board meeting on Monday, Feb. 16, district business manager Clay Goehring told the board that a dip in attendance rate in the first semester may lead to a $31,000 general fund deficit by the end of the school year.
 

 

Thu
19
Feb

Schubert Wins House Run-Off

By ANDY BEHLEN
 
Caldwell attorney Leighton Schubert pulled off a 14-percentage point win over former Austin County Judge Carolyn Bilski in the Texas House District 13 runoff election, held on Tuesday, Feb. 17.
 

 

Thu
19
Feb

The New Face of the Corps of Cadets

By ANDY BEHLEN
 
Fayette County native has made history at Texas A&M University. Alyssa Michalke, daughter of Rodney and Nicole Michalke of Schulenburg and a 2012 graduate of Schulenburg High School, will become the first female Commander of Texas A&M’s Corps of Cadets.
 

 

Mon
16
Feb

Sheriff Warns of Recent Scam Calls

Fayette County Sheriff Keith Korenek reported this week that he has received information from several citizens in the County about different types of scams circulating in the area. The Sheriff said he wants citizens to educate themselves and to not become victims. Never give out credit card numbers, banking information, or personal information unless you know exactly to whom you are giving the information.
 

 

Mon
16
Feb

Who Wants Some Free Stuff?

Workers squeeze a new baling machine into the barn at the Fayette County Recycling Center. The aptly-named “Max-Pak” baler will replace an existing unit that has been in use at the center since the 1990s.
By ANDY BEHLEN
 
It took a crane, several forklifts, and all of Monday morning for workers to squeeze a new baling machine into the barn at the Fayette County Recycling Center in La Grange. The County ordered the new baler to replace an existing one near the end of its service life. The Record stopped by to snap a photo of the operation and to see what else is going on at one of the most active recycling operations in this part of Texas, and how Fayette County residents can benefit.
 

 

Mon
16
Feb

The Power of Pancakes

The La Grange Rotary Club held its annual Pancake Supper Thursday at the Hermes Elementary Cafeteria, with thousands of pancakes served.
 

 

Thu
12
Feb

RT-C Homecoming

Pictured are the members of the homecoming court at RT-C High School. Homecoming took place Friday, February 6 at RT-C High School. Left to right, Taylor Hicks, Skyler Handy, Joseline Agustin, Lorin Lawler, Grace Burns, Mallory Hall, Danielle Engstrom, Jessica Mullins, and Karra Gregor. Seated in front are basketball beau, Nicholas Torres, and homecoming queen, Taylor Williford.
 
Thu
12
Feb

Faces of Bravery, Courage

In a moving ceremony Monday at the La Grange fire department 12-year-old Ethan Hill and 6-year-old Ellah Hill were both honored with special awards for their heroism in the aftermath of an auto accident they were involved in here Jan. 16. La Grange firefighter Teddy Roberts, right, presented Ellah with an award for “Outstanding Bravery” and Ethan with a  “Firefighter Courage” award for the courage and bravery both siblings showed despite the injuries they suffered – injuries they are both still recovering from. Standing behind Ethan and Ellah above are their parents Jenifer and Jessie “Buster” Hill  of La Grange.
 

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