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VFW Meeting The VFW Post No. 5254 will meet at the post home at the fairgrounds on Tuesday, Jan.

 

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Home Near Plum Burns to Ground

A family lost nearly all of their belongings in a house fire near Plum Thursday afternoon, Jan. 14.

 

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Massive Fire Friday Near Flatonia

A fire call Friday afternoon for hay bales on fire on Slo John Road near FM 609 in the Flatonia area quickly escalated and multiple structures burned. High winds that day caused the fire to spread, and some neighbors were evacuated until the fire was contained after 7 p.m. Flatonia Fire & Rescue responded with four trucks and neighboring fire departments from Muldoon, La Grange and Schulenburg…

 

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No More ‘First-Dose’ Vaccines Seem Headed Here Any Time Soon

Fayette County residents wanting to get a coronavirus vaccine will have to travel to Brenham to get one, at least for now. Fayette County Emergency Management Chief Craig Moreau said he know of no more first doses of the vaccine coming to Fayette County.

 

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Feed The Need Program Coming To LG Mondays Starting Jan. 25

Feed the Need Missions exists to feed people physically and spiritually. The La Grange site will be the first in Fayette County and will be operational on all Mondays throughout the year, starting January 25.

 

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Truck Issue & More Causing Friction in Fayetteville

These are interesting days in Fayetteville. While the rest of the country seems divided over national politics, one of Fayette County’s most charming little towns is dealing with much more local divisive issues.

 

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Fayetteville Committee’s List of Wants

The Action Committee (which says it “represents 146 residents concerned about this important issue” has a stance that is summed up by this letter sent to TxDOT traffic engineer Camille Marek earlier this month.

 

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Road to Socialism?

To the Editor: Democrats may be rejoicing that Trump and his supporters are getting, in their view, their “beating” now but they may want to re-evaluate how this will affect them as well. One can see how Marxist Socialism (Communism) governments operate by looking at Gov.

 

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Judge Needs to Act

To the Editor: In the Tuesday January 12, 2021 Record, on the subject of the COVID-19 vaccine, our County Judge asks “Where is the stuff? We are waiting” and then suggests that the “party animals” be given priority access to the vaccine. Does he realize that there is little or no proof that taking the vaccine will prevent one from being contagious to others? Those “party animals” and anyone else…

 

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Peaceful Protests Possible

To the Editor: Judge Weber states that Americans don’t know how to execute peaceful protests anymore. America was founded on riots; they are the American way.

 

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Election Lost Not Stolen

To the Editor: The Congress’ recognition of the electoral votes from the states clearly recognizes that Trump lost the election, and that it was not fraudulently stolen. The storm of the Capitol and the deaths of five people sadly reveals the danger of lies and conspiracy theories.

 

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Where’s the Coverage?

To the Editor: I am extremely disappointed in the disingenuous lack of coverage of The Fayette County Record on the attack on the U.S. Capitol.

 

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No Truth, No Freedom

To the Editor: In 1877 allegations of fraud and illegal conduct in the election processes were raised in three states – Florida, Louisiana, and South Carolina. In 1877, Congress did not ignore those allegations, nor did the media simply dismiss those raising them as radicals trying to undermine democracy.

 

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