Monday, April 27, 2015
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By H.H. HOWZE   Jerry Chovanec greets friends and customers with a high-pitched, unforgettable laugh – part whoop and 100 percent Czech. Chovanec and his wife Shirley have been holding court at their namesake grocery and hardware store on the square in Fayetteville for 50... + continue reading
Monday, April 27, 2015
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The La Grange Relay for Life event was held Saturday night at Leopard Stadium as 14 teams and hundreds of people walked around the track from 6 p.m. to midnight in an effort to raise awareness and funds to fight cancer. The main message of the night was spelled out in those lights shown... + continue reading
Monday, April 27, 2015
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The La Grange girls softball team puts its undefeated 27-0 record on the line in a playoff warm-up game Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Class 5A No. 2-ranked Barbers Hill. After that it’s on to the playoffs where the Lady Leps will face a Houston ISD team this weekend, time and location to be... + continue reading
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The Texas Blaze 14-under National Team took first place in the Blaze of Glory Tournament held in Taylor on April 11-12, 2015. The Blaze includes Abbey Weyand and Sydney Fritsch of La Grange. The Blaze outscored their opponents 81-8 and went undefeated in the tournament.   To view... + continue reading
Monday, April 27, 2015
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By JEFF WICK   The La Grange baseball team dug itself quite a hole with losses early in district. But with two wins last week, the Leps have clawed their way out of that hole in a big way. And now, as long as the Leps keep winning, they will keep playing.   To... + continue reading

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04/27/2015
Fayette County Precinct 3 Commissioner James Kubecka pled guilty Wednesday in District Court to Theft of Property by a Public Servant. As a part of the plea agreement Kubecka – who had been temporarily removed from office since January, pending the case involving his alleged theft of... + continue reading
04/23/2015
By LARRY JACKSON   April’s sales tax check to La Grange showed another solid month of growth, but the town’s long string of increases may be coming to an end. Texas cities get checks in April for sales made in February and reported by merchants to the state in March... + continue reading

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By ELAINE THOMAS   Otto L. Fuchs Jr. of Carmine was serving in the U.S. Army on the frontlines in Europe during World War II when he heard about something called the GI Bill of Rights. Right away, he recognized the program offered the exact opportunity he was seeking.... + continue reading
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By REGINA KEILERS & LARRY JACKSON   Ever since it was donated to the La Grange school district back in December 2005, most of the old Fayette Memorial Hospital has sat empty and deteriorating. Now there’s a proposal to return the unused portion of the building... + continue reading
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By JEFF WICK   Going into Tuesday’s district baseball game, La Grange was in last place and in the midst of a four-game losing streak while Bellville was in first and undefeated in district. But the Leps pulled off the biggest upset of the 21-4A season so far with a 4-3... + continue reading
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The La Grange girls softball team puts its undefeated 27-0 record on the line in a playoff warm-up game Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Class 5A No. 2-ranked Barbers Hill. After that it’s on to the... + continue reading

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by Bobbie Hajek   Fourteen people attended Neighbors Night Out at the Hajeks on Wednesday, April 22. Lots of good food and much fellowship was had by all. Winchester Cemetery Assoc. The... + continue reading

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The following local residents recently were initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines.... + continue reading