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Tuesday Night Mixed League Week 16 - Jan. 12, 2021 Just Us 41.0 Taki’s 39.0 Ron’s Bowl of Nuts 39.0 CRS 38.5 A-Prime Water Well Service 37.0 Leward Anders & Sons, Inc.

 

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Super Bowl is Feb. 7, Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk

Super Bowl LV is right around the corner, falling on Sunday, Feb. 7. This year, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is teaming up with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service to remind football fans and Super Bowl partygoers that designated drivers are the best defense against the dangers of drunk driving.

 

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Fayetteville Blinn Students On Fall Roll

Blinn recently announced the Fall 2020 Honor Rolls for the Chancellor’s and Dean’s scholars honors. The list sent to us by Blinn last week and printed in Friday’s newspaper did not include any Fayetteville students.

 

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NVCC Center Opening Feb. 1

Navidad Valley Community Connections is excited to announce that it is preparing to open the NVCC Center at Wolters Park on Monday, Feb. 1. Craig Moreau and his office of Emergency Management are confident that we strictly follow all the safety protocols and the members have agreed that it is best for everyone and they insist on it as well. We will continue with the basic services for now, with…

 

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Regional Vaccination SubHUB Coming

Earlier this week Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced a new state strategy for distributing COVID-19 vaccines. Senator Kolkhorst played a key role in securing this site for the region. The plan focuses on new vaccine “HUBS” and “subHUB” that are intended to help distribute the vaccine faster. As of today, Washington County Expo Center (Fairgrounds) has become one of the rural county vaccination…

 

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Catholic Schools Week Proclaimed

The students, faculty, and staff of Sacred Heart Catholic School in La Grange will celebrate Catholic Schools Week Jan. 30 through Feb. 5. The theme for this year’s events is Catholic Schools: Faith. Excellence. Service.

 

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Giddings Man Scammed Out of $3,000

Giddings Times & News • A Giddings man who nearly lost $3,000 in a scam was saved a lot of money by bank tellers telling him to contact law enforcement authorities about the situation on Jan. 6.

 

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Navidad Valley CattleWomen Now Accepting Scholarship Applications

The Navidad Valley Cattle-Women (NVCW) are seeking applicants for their 2021 Scholarships. Due to the generous support of the community of the 5K Ranch Run in August, numerous recipients will be awarded a scholarship of at least $500 with a total of $8,000 being distributed.

 

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Types of Winter Precipitation

With the recent showing of the rare snow that appeared last week I thought that would discuss the different types of winter precipitation so that in another four years when it actually snows again you can recall this article and know what is falling from the sky.

 

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Septic Permits Up 43-Percent Here, Indicating Lots of New Development in Fayette Co.

Development in the unincorporated areas of Fayette County increased greatly last year. The number of septic permits issued by the County in a year provides a rough gauge for the amount of construction in the rural areas, since every country toilet has to be tied to a County-approved septic system.

 

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As More RV Parks Move In, County Ups Regulations on Them

Fayette County Commissioners voted 4-0 to implement new land use regulations for RV parks at a meeting on Thursday, Jan. 14.

 

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Our Most Read Stories of 2020 Online Were ...

As the new year begins, we took a look back at the most read stories of 2020. The top 10 headlines and recaps are listed below. We ranked the stories based on how many times they were viewed at fayettecountyrecord. com. It comes as no surprise that stories about the coronavirus pandemic comprises most of the top 10 spots. Other stories of interest included the closing of Prause Market on the La…

 

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Downed Stop Sign Leads to Wreck

A missing stop sign contributed to an accident Friday morning in La Grange at the intersection of SH 159 and the SH 71 bypass. La Grange Police Chief David Gilbreath said details about the accident were yet ready in time for this publication.

 

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Those Who Left Us In 2020

July Georgia Maria Hajek Denton, Donald “Don” Codenys, Charlie J. Adamcik, Janice Louise (Pavlica) Van Dresar, Flynn Dallas O’Brien, Evelinka Drizga, Patrick James Janda, Susan Ann Wilkins, Eloise Mable Brown, Victor Ray Havran, Janice Marie Zapalac Garcia, Ruben Garcia, Dorothy Marie Smith, Robert Lee “Bob” Darnell, Raymond Robert Streger, Richard A.J.

 

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REMEMBER WHEN?

Jan. 15-19, 1971 The City of La Grange sold $330,000 in water system improvement revenue bonds in the last of the dual issue approved by voters in 1969.

 

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