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28
Apr

Slam Dunk of a Hire For Flatonia

Flatonia ISD has made a slam dunk with the hire of their new assistant principal/head boys basketball coach. Fayetteville native Chris Sodek, 36, was hired last week by Flatonia – and what a resume he brings with him 
 
Mon
28
Apr

LGISD Making a Big Investment in Technology

Computers, laptops, tablets, graphing calculators – if it is related to technology, it was on the agenda for the La Grange school board meeting last Monday night as some massive technology updates are going to be implemented over the next three years
 
Thu
24
Apr

Amidst Challenges, RTC Parents & School Try to Move Forward

There was a full house of parents concerned about recent faculty and administrative turnover in the Round Top-Carmine
school district at the RTC school board meeting in the elementary school auditorium Monday evening.
 
Thu
24
Apr

Here’s the Beef

Michael Anderson is trying to wring every bit of revenue he can from his Meadow Creek Ranch outside of Ellinger. His Longhorn Beef Co. runs about 100 head of Longhorn and Longhorn-Angus cross bred cattle on his 200 acre spread.
(He leases another 200 acres nearby.) He’s also got 70 goats – mostly for brush control – four  hogs and two dogs.
 
Thu
24
Apr

No. 1-Ranked Lady Leps Ready for Playoff Pressure

Winners of 31 games in a row, the No. 1-ranked La Grange Lady Leps softball team starts its quest for a state title, beginning in the first round of the playoffs this Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Victoria St. Joseph High School against Needville. Also beginning the playoffs Saturday is the Schulenburg softball team 
 
Mon
21
Apr

Barnyard Easter

For 18 years now the Jersey Barnyard just outside La Grange has been holding an Easter Egg Hunt and Spring Festival on the Saturday before Easter. And it seems to get bigger and better every year. Beautiful weather greeted the hundreds of kids and their parents who turned out for the event, which included music by the VonKlatt family, mead tasting from Rohan Meadery (for the adults) and even glass blowing demonstrations.

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Mon
21
Apr

‘Snapshot’ Provides Interesting Data About Local Schools

By LARRY JACKSON.
 
The Fayette County Record Texans wanting detailed information about their local public schools now have an easy way to get it. Texas Education Commissioner Michael Williamsannounced last week that the “2013 Snapshot: School District Profiles” is now available on the Texas Education Agency website.

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Mon
21
Apr

Stricter Emission Standards Upheld

By H.H. HOWZE.
 
The Fayette County Record Federal regulation of hazardous pollution – mercury, chromium, arsenic, acid gases, nickel, cadmium and other hazardous air pollutants – from coal-fired power plants such as the Lower Colorado River Authority’s Fayette Power Project passed another legal hurdle last week when a federal appeals court upheld the Environmental Protection Agency’s first emission standards for these substances.

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Thu
17
Apr

Colorado River Continues to Feel Pinch of The Drought

The amount of water flowing into lakes Travis and Buchanan remained near all-time lows in March as the severe drought has reduced many of the lakes’ tributaries to trickles. Only 8,102 acre-feet of water flowed into the lakes in March, about 9 percent of average for the month
 
Thu
17
Apr

Casino Hall Project Finally Hits the Jackpot

Monday accountant Greg Trlicek told the members of the city council in his annual audit report that La Grange was in the
“top financial shape” of the cities he examines. Moments later, the council members unanimously voted to do something very big with that financial cushion 
 

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