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Don’t Waste Your Great, Free Gardening Resource This Fall

If you live around a bunch of big trees like I do, then you’re sitting on top of a gardening gold mine – fallen leaves. Unfortunately, many people squander this precious resource.

 

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Brenham Defeats La Grange

The La Grange boys basketball team hosted Brenham Monday and lost to the Cubs 57-36. The loss drops the Leps’s record to 1-2 this season.

 

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Schulenburg’s Kutac Getting More Versatile as SHSU Career Progresses

Kyndal Kutac is ready for softball season. This fall the Schulenburg High School graduate has been practicing at second base in addition to third base, where she has played for Sam Houston State University since 2019.

 

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Dobbins Sidelined by Coronavirus

The Baltimore Ravens have placed La Grange running back J.K. Dobbins on the reserve list after he tested positive for the coronavirus earlier this week.

 

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Truss Brothers Set Personal Pole Vault Records

La Grange High School pole vaulters Dylan and Blake Truss recently placed 1st and 3rd respectively in the prestigious Bob Crites Invitational. Dylan, above, right, and Blake, above, left, both set personal records in the meet. “These young men have worked extremely hard throughout this pandemic and their future is extremely bright,” said La Grange boys track coach Rusty Cauthern. “We are looking…

 

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County Hoops Roundup

• The Flatonia boys basketball team opened its season with a 78-41 win over Luling Monday. Also on Monday, the Flatonia girls lost to Yorktown 49-47.

 

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Dance Hall Preservation Looking For Lost Halls

The non-profit group Texas Dance Hall Preservation (TDHP) is raising awareness of many of the dance halls in the state that are not accounted for, and especially the ones that may need help after being damaged by Hurricane Harvey.

 

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Lottery Tickets, Cigarettes Stolen From LG Store

Someone burglarized the Shell Easy Stop convenience store on US 77 on the north side of La Grange Sunday night or early Monday morning, Nov. 22 or 23.

 

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St. Rose Christmas Around The World Will Look a Little Different

St. Rose of Lima Catholic School will once again be holding their Christmas Around the World celebration and fundraiser on Saturday, Dec. 12. This year the event will not follow its traditional format given the growing concerns around COVID-19.

 

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Food Truck in Fayetteville Next Friday

The Central Texas Food Bank truck will be in Fayetteville on Friday, Dec. 4, for its monthly food distribution from 10 to 11 a.m. This is a drive thru event held at the St. John the Baptist Catholic Church Recreation Hall. Clients are asked to please stay in their vehicles.

 

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Ellinger Chamber to Hold Polka Fest Lunch Dec. 6

The Ellinger Chamber of Commerce will be hosting its 28th Annual Polka Fest Lunch on Sunday, Dec. 6. This will be a fried chicken and sausage lunch with all the trimmings. Serving will get underway at 10:30 a.m. Plates will be to-go only and the cost will be $12 per plate. There will be a new drive-thru routeunder the new BBQ pavilion. No dine in or walk-ups please. Zach Novak will provide polka…

 

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November Is National Adoption Month

November is National Adoption Month, and CASA of Bastrop, Fayette & Lee Counties is celebrating and supporting the many families in our community who have welcomed a child into their home through adoption—with a special spotlight on adoption by relatives.

 

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Blinn Ranked Among the State’s Best for Online Instruction

A website committed to helping students identify quality online degree programs has named the Blinn College District’s online instruction one of the best in the State of Texas. TexasOnlineColleges.com ranked Blinn ninth in the state based upon its array of online degree and certificate programs, state-leading transfer rate, and affordability.

 

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GT Students Raise $1,200 for Dell Children’s

On Wednesday, Nov. 18, the Schulenburg Elementary Gifted & Talented 1st grade students presented $1,200 to Dell Children’s Foundation Executive Director, Susan Hewlitt, via Zoom. The SES students and the GT Coordinator, Kristen Holub, raised this donation from the sales of their Best Buddies Day t-shirts. Dell Children’s Foundation will be sending these three students a teddy bear, named “Buddy…

 

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Pickup Stolen at R&B Over the Weekend

A pickup was stolen from R&B Truck and Auto sometime over the weekend. La Grange Police Chief David Gilbreath said the pickup was a green and gray 2003 Ford F-250 King Ranch edition.

 

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