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Fayette County 4-H Color Run Held

Fayette County 4-H recently sponsored a 4K Color Run/Walk on Saturday, October 10 in conjunction with National 4-H Week One Day Community Service Project. One Day is a day when all 4-H Clubs/Members in Texas do something to benefit their community. The Color Run raised over $2,500 and was donated to the Emily Fritsch 4-H Scholarship Fund. Sponsors of the run included: La Grange 4-H, Buck Up…

 

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SISD Sees First COVID Cases

Schulenburg ISD has had two students test positive for COVID-19 in the last few days, the first such positives since the school year began. Duane Limbaugh, superintendent for Schulenburg ISD, said one student who tested positive was already quarantining at home following a positive test by their parent so that student was not believed to have exposed anyone on campus.

 

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Big Rig Rolls Over Near Hostyn

An 18-wheeler rolled over near the Hostyn rest stop on US 77 south of La Grange this morning, Oct. 14.

La Grange Volleyball Downs Giddings to Reclaim First Place

The La Grange Lady Leps got their volleyball revenge against Giddings – and got it in dominating fashion. One week after falling to Giddings while missing two starters, La Grange once again played Giddings Friday.

 

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Leps Fall to Cuero 38-27

La Grange’s top two quarterbacks watched the second half on crutches as Cuero prevailed 38-27 in the district opener for both teams Friday. Injuries were the story of the night for the Leps who saw quarterbacks Caden Cooper and Matthew Johnson suffer injuries as La Grange’s three-game win streak was snapped.

 

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County Volleyball Teams Continue Successful Runs

• The Fayetteville volleyball team defeated Snook Friday in five sets, losing the first two sets 19-25, 22-25, but storming back to win the next three sets 25- 23, 27-25 and 16-14. Brooklyn Jaeger had 31 kills and 24 digs. Landry Wied had 34 assists.

 

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Wild Fourth Quarter Leads Ganado Over Schulenburg

For the second consecutive season, a 21-point fourth quarter surged allowed Ganado to beat the Schulenburg Shorthorns. Friday the Indians edged Schulenburg 28-21 as Ganado quarterback Kyle Bures-Guerrero scored on a four-yard touchdown keeper with just 2:09 left in the fourth quarter to break a tie game.

 

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Carmine Christmas Fest Planning Begins

Since the Carmine Chamber of Commerce canceled their Casino Night due to COVID-19, they are focusing on Christmas Fest on Dec. 6. (Casino Night is usually their most successful event of the year.) So, in addition to craft booths and a meal, they will hold a drawing. The cost per ticket will be $10 with 10 great prizes. The tickets will be available at Carmine Night Out.

 

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Winchester Area Civic Association Awards Scholarship

Scholarships have recently been awarded to Meghan Schultze, daughter of Virginia and Melvin Schulze of Winchester. Other gifts were given to Marissa Zoch, daughter of Sandy and Barry Zoch, Chris Lehmann and Braydon Zuarte.

 

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Navidad Valley Community Connections Welcomes New Director

Navidad Valley Community Connections (NVCC) is pleased to announce the center has a new full-time director, Cindy Villareall, who joined Sept. 28 and has been busy with orientation but has jumped right into all current programs, plus expand others.

 

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Hogs in Muldoon Area on the Rise

Hog Report Hogs are back in the area again and are tearing up fields. Area residents have once again begun trapping and hunting hogs more aggressively to keep them in check.

 

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Over 50 New Tiles Tell the Tale of Fayette County

Did you know that Fayette County was the first county in Texas to scatter wildflower seeds on highway roadsides, use rural addressing for 911 services and develop a county-wide recycling program? Well if you didn’t then the next time you happen to be around the courthouse, stop, look down and you may see something you haven’t notice before, “History Squares.” Also called the Fayette County Walk…

 

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La Grange Police Department Responds to Several Theft Calls

La Grange Police Chief David Gilbreath reports on the following incidents his department responded to during the week of Sept. 27 through Oct.

 

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CASA Appointed Special Advocates

CASA of Bastrop, Fayette and Lee Counties is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Bob Makela and Molly Owen as Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) by Judge Reva Towslee Corbett on Oct. 6. CASA of Bastrop, Fayette and Lee Counties endeavors to provide trained volunteer advocates in all abuse and neglect foster care cases assigned by the courts. CASA volunteers are screened and…

 

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Blue Norther: A Blast from the Past

As it seems the hurricane season just will not end, I was asked a question by James, who recalls having ‘Blue Northers’ in his childhood. He says he has not seen them since and hopes his grandchildren can witness this phenomenon.

 

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