Monday, July 27, 2015
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An SUV crashed through the La Grange cemetery and hit a tree on Thursday afternoon, July 23. The driver, Sheila Brunner of Flatonia, and two passengers, including one child, were not injured. According to Officer Troy Stevens of the La Grange Police Department, the accident happened around 5 p... + continue reading
Monday, July 27, 2015
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Texas A&M University held its 2015 Tradition of Excellence Award Ceremony on June 26. Six employees were honored for their outstanding work ethics. Two of the six were Fayette County natives – and cousins to one another – La Grange’s David Tofel and Bridgette Ingram, a 1995 Round Top-Carmine... + continue reading
Monday, July 27, 2015
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Six hay-related fires were reported in the last month to the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office. The first big hay fire came last month when conditions were still moist. That June 19 fire in Holman burned up about 550 round bales inside a hay barn. The fire started from sparks while workers were... + continue reading
Monday, July 27, 2015
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Before popular Texas musician Jack Ingram left La Grange last week after wrapping up the shooting of his short film in and around Cottonwood Inn Motel (above), he made a little time to thank the crew and locals who helped out. To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.... + continue reading
Thursday, July 23, 2015
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La Grange High School softball star and recent graduate Hannah Gerecke competed at the Texas Girls Coaches AssociationAll-Star game last week in Austin, competing on the 1A- 4A Red Team, which lost to the Blue Team 3-2. But that wasn’t the biggest recent... + continue reading

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07/27/2015
Folks in the cattle business in Fayette County shouldn’t have to worry about having enough hay this winter. Across the county, tractors and balers have been busy bringing in one of the heaviest hay crops in recent years. To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.  + continue reading
07/23/2015
By REGINA KEILERSThey say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, yet many students come to school with an empty stomach. This school year La GrangeISD will participate in the Universal Free Breakfast Program. In the past, LGISD charged $1.30 for... + continue reading

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07/23/2015 - 0 comment(s)
By H.H. HOWZEThis year’s LGHS marching band halftime music “will rock,” according to new band director, Keith Riley. The custom program “RockPhases” will feature musical themes from the ‘60s and ‘70s arranged by Barry Hurt Music of Pagosa Springs, Colorado, “... + continue reading
07/23/2015 - 0 comment(s)
By ANDY BEHLENYou can’t make kolaches without cracking a few eggs, and the national egg shortage has some local bakers feeling the heat.The price of eggs ticked up 85 percent in June following an outbreak of avian flu in the nation’s chicken flocks. As many ... + continue reading
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La Grange made it into the cover story of the July edition of Texas Monthly magazine. In a piece titled “The Secret History of Texas Music,” writer MichaelHall delves into the background stories on 25 of Texas’s most iconic songs, and ZZ Top’s “La Grange” came in... + continue reading
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07/23/2015 - 0 comment(s)
By BARTEE HAILEWith no more buffalo left to slaughter, the last of the High Plains hunters, as shaggy as the beasts they once stalked, departedthe Panhandle on Jul. 23, 1879.... + continue reading

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Recently, the Sunday school students at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Warda recognized the opportunity for helping those in need in Central America. Theirofferings to the Sunday... + continue reading