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Multiple Political Signs Stolen

A Fayetteville resident reports that campaign signs were taken from her yard and the yards of two of her neighbors over the weekend..

 

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Lions Clubs Perform Vision, Hearing Tests

State-required vision and hearing screenings were recently performed at St. Rose Catholic School in Schulenburg by several local Lions Clubs from the La Grange area. A total of 45 students were screened for vision and 77 students for hearing. The Lions are from left to right: Dale Throckmorton and Loretta Ulrich (La Grange Bluebonnet Lions), Linda Diers (La Grange Noon Lions), and Pam Langford …

 

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Mt. Calvary Receives New Members

Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church and Preschool of La Grange received six new adults into their membership on Sunday, Oct. 11. Pictured are, from left to right, Rev. Jason Kaspar, David Cole, Robbie Cole, Glenn Altwein, Myrna Altwein, Merrilee Zedan, Kimberly Adams and David Sager.

 

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Man Moves in When Couple is on Honeymoon

Burleson County Tribune James Jantzen, 33 of Caldwell, is behind bars after he allegedly moved into a couple’s home and used their vehicle while the pair was on their honeymoon. Jessica Garza says she and her husband were on their honeymoon when a family member called and told her someone was living in their home and using their truck.

 

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Fall Treats: Cinnamon Rolls, Pumpkin Cookies

The family was fortunate to acquire our late Grandma’s cinnamon roll recipe. In our opinion, Grandma Adelia Giese’s cinnamon rolls were the best, huge, gooey, filling and melted in your mouth.

 

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St. Rose First Nine Weeks Achievements

4th Grade: Honors - Rilee Durfey, Tenley Zbranek, William Eudy, Brett Hollas, Courtney Magliolo, Bo Brossmann. High Honors - Holden High Honors - Holden Holub, Reese Dusek, Caroline Bartek, Weston Hollas, Mallory Bonner.

 

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Catholic Daughters Court No. 1962 Meets

The regular monthly meeting of the Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Court Annunciation No. 1962 was called to order by Regent Shirley Antosh on Sept. 28, at 7 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus Community Center. Silent roll call of officers found a quorum present with all officers and 11 members in attendance.

 

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H-E-B Sponsors TCHCC Festival

The Texas Czech Heritage and Cultural Center’s Heritage Festival & Muziky was held on Saturday, Oct. 17. H-E-B has been a sponsor of this event for many years. The monies directly go to sponsoring the fireworks show, which closes out the festival. Pictured from left is Paul Mikula, H-E-B Store Director, and Mark Hermes, TCHCC Manager and Festival Chairman.

 

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Second Chance Donates to Deputy Santa

Second Chance Emporium recently donated $7,500 to Deputy Santa. Pictured from left to right is: Chief Deputy Randy Noviskie, Amanda Yanis, Deputy Santa Lieutenant David Beyer, Tracy Denton, Deputy Santa Julia Thomas, Assistant Store Director-Second Chance Dana Greebon, Deputy Santa Gayle Schielack, Store Director-Second Chance Gracie Albright, Deputy Santa Nettie Cernosek, Deputy Santa Deputy…

 

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La Grange Police Respond to Animal Complaints

La Grange Police Chief David Gilbreath reports on the following incidents his department responded to during the week of Oct. 4-11.

 

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Heritage Fest 2020

The Texas Czech Heritage and Cultural Center hosted its annual Hertiage Fest on Saturday, Oct. 17.

 

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Carmine Park Getting Improvements

Carmine’s city park, Muehlbrad-Albers City Park, has newly undergone some major changes and improvements continue to be made. President of Carmine State Bank Chris Coufal recently presented a $2,500 check to the Carmine Economic Development Corporation (EDC) as a donation towards a new basketball court to be installed near the park in early November with the flex court covering in the Round-Top…

 

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FOR THE RECORD

Reunion Cancelled The 70th Pavlas Family Reunion has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We regret that this unfortunate decision was necessary to ensure everyone’s safety.

 

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Larger Than Expected Crowds at Antiques Shows

Many locals were surprised about the size of crowds last weekend at the Fall Antiques Show in northern Fayette County, with some wondering whether the influx of people might lead to a spike in coronavirus cases.

 

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Life Amidst COVID, The Battle Continues

Sacred Heart Has First Case Two-and-a-half months since the return to school, Sacred Heart School in La Grange has its first confirmed case of COVID-19 in a student Tuesday. Principal LaDonna Voekel said she feels “very blessed” that the school was able to go as long as they did without having a case.

 

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