Thursday, April 17, 2014
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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... + continue reading
Thursday, April 17, 2014
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There’s something iconic and compelling about the sweeping field of bluebonnets and herd of Texas Longhorns at the Sabra Ranch on SH 237 that makes tourists want to stop and take photographs. These two women, one from Dallas, the other from San Antonio were doing just that Tuesday... + continue reading
Thursday, April 17, 2014
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A legend is leaving the field. With 240 victories in 31 years as a head coach, Tommy Bludau is one of the Top 10 winningest active head football coaches in the entire state of Texas. But after seven years ofleading the Shorthorns, Bludau won’t win any more games in Schulenburg... + continue reading
Thursday, April 17, 2014
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La Grange girls golfer Kayla Elles missed advancing to the state golf tournament by just a single stroke after two rounds of play Monday and Tuesday at the Region IV-3A tournament in Corpus Christi. Elles, a senior, shot a twoday 175 to place sixth out of the 96 girls golfers at regional.... + continue reading
Monday, April 14, 2014
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Border Patrol agents in South Texas are reporting a surge in illegal crossings of the Texas-Mexico border, reversing a trend elsewhere toward fewer illegal entrants. The new migrant flow is largely from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. Fayette County law enforcement officials are... + continue reading

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04/17/2014
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... + continue reading
04/10/2014
Should Fayette County residents be worried that waterdeficient, or potentially waterdeficient, neighbors to the west in Travis, Williamson, Hays and Bexar Counties (and also the LCRA,) have designs on the Carrizo-Wilcox aquifer which underlies part of this and several other Central Texas... + continue reading

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One guy (A.J. Grieg of Austin) rode the entire way on a unicycle. The Houston Astros mascot, Orbit, rode the whole way in full costume. Two other folks (David and Hope Griffin) got married Saturday morning at 6:15 a.m. in Houston, hopped on a tandem bike and spent the first night of their... + continue reading
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When Ron and Jo Ellen Hubert first bought some property in Willow Springs six years ago, little did they know what a warm welcome they’d receive from their new neighbors in the northeast corner of Fayette County   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital... + continue reading
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A big contingent of Lep and Lady Lep athletes are headed to the area track meet after finishing in the top four of their events at the District 26-3A meet last week in Yoakum. Leading the way for La Grange was a sweep of all three relay titles by the Lady Leps   To view more... + continue reading
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04/17/2014 - 0 comment(s)
A legend is leaving the field. With 240 victories in 31 years as a head coach, Tommy Bludau is one of the Top 10 winningest active head football coaches in the entire state of Texas. But after... + continue reading

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Is there such a thing as a happy tax day? I think not. Death and taxes are cause for little celebration, yet both are necessary evils. Yes, this is the time of year that we all think about... + continue reading

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In 1991, Congress proclaimed  the second week of April as a national week of recognition annually dedicated to the men and women who serve as Public Safety Telecommunicators. The week of... + continue reading