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1/8/21 Schulenburg girls 59, Bloomington 14 Schulenburg 13 14 21 11 – 59 Bloomington 0 8 5 1 – 14 Schulenburg scoring: Megan Ohnheiser 2, Erica Otto 6, Jordan Sommer 9, Brooke Redding 2, Morgan Marburger 5, Lily Toro 2 Hailey Goode 1, Julie Guentert 9, Airyanna Rodriguez 8, Jessalyn Gipson 6, Sani Thompson 6, Lidia Lara 3. 1/8/21 Fayetteville girls 49, Cornerstone Christian 26 Fayetteville 18 16…

 

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Powell on Temple College Honor List

Temple College has announced its honor lists for the Fall of 2020. To be named to the President’s Honor List, a student must take at least nine semester credit hours and earn at least a 4.0 grade point average.

 

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St. Rose School Announces Nine Weeks Achievements

The St. Rose of Lima Catholic School has announced the second nine-weeks achievements.

 

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Beautiful Beasts Exhibit Now Open at ARTS in Fayetteville

Jenny Good opened an exhibit with Mary Lou Marks on Saturday, Jan. 9 at Arts for Rural Texas. Good grew up in Indiana, moving on to New York in her twenties, and finally settling in Central Texas for the past 18 years. Growing up in an art and music focused college town introduced Jenny to a diverse art world beyond her native farmlands. This fueled her own artistic expression and allowed for…

 

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Leman Lists Priorities for Upcoming Session

The Texas Legislature is scheduled to gavel in its 87th session on Jan. 12. Rep. Ben Leman, who represents Fayette County in House District 13, recently gave the Record some of his thoughts and priorities for the upcoming session.

 

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Nave Museum Presents Work of Artist J. Howard

The Nave Museum in Victoria is proud to present “Visual Expressions: Seeing Things Beyond the Eyes and Into the Heart,” featuring works of art by Alvin artist J. Howard. About 60 images will be on display using her own handmade organic soft pastels and soft pastel pencils. All of the work will be available for purchase.

 

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Winchester Area Civic Association Cancels Domino Tournament

The Winchester Area Civic Association has cancelled the annual domino tournament held in Winchester the third Sunday of February due to COVID-19. We hope to resume this activity as soon as possible.

 

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1930’s Girls Team from Willow Springs School

Awhile back I wrote an article about my mother, Isabella (Henniger) Tschiedel, and her attending the Willow Spring School here in Fayette County in the early 1930s. The Willow Springs Public School sign on Hwy. 159 is about seven miles outside of Fayetteville and my mom’s home was at Cummins Creek. In her school keepsake book were the two photos pictured at right. One is clearly the Willow…

 

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Blood Drive Slated Jan. 24 in Carmine

Mark your calendars for the Blood Drive which will be held Sunday, Jan. 24 from 9:30 a.m. to2 p.m. at the Martin Luther Lutheran Church fellowship hall. It is sponsored in conjunction with Bethlehem Lutheran Church of Round Top.

 

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Muldoon Residents Celebrate the Holidays

The Chlumskys, Kathy and Frank finally got to have Christmas with their family; just this year was totally different. This year they did it in three parts instead of one big gathering. Kathy’s daughter Summer and husband Ben came in for a weekend visit with the kids, Olivia and Marcus. They enjoyed opening their gifts and we got to spend some quality time with them. A few days later Kathy’s other…

 

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Porras Named New Admin of Care Inn in La Grange

Mr. Dave Garner, with Summit LTC Management has announced Peter O.

 

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Faith Lutheran 2nd Quarter Honor Roll

Faith Lutheran High School announced its Honor Roll for the second quarter: High Honor Roll 3.75+ GPA Freshmen Timothy Meyer Junior Benjamin Meyer Senior Nicholas Awad Andrew Laake Magdalena Obersat Honor Roll 3.3-3.749 GPA Senior Hannah Sanchez.

 

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NVCC Looking for Ways to Help With Funding

Navidad Valley Community Connections (NVCC) is one week in to the new year and there is so much to deal with, already. With every new year comes new goals and expectations, and Navidad Valley Community Connections is on the cusp of positive change for the right reasons.

 

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County Year-End Reports

Juvenile Probation Chief Juvenile Probation Officer Cindy Stueber’s data show the Fayette County Juvenile Probation Department received 28 referrals from law enforcement for criminal offenses committed by juveniles, with 79% of the population being males and 21% being females. The majority of these youth were between the age of 13-16 years of age.

 

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Dr. Tiemann Retires

Dr. James Tiemann has officially retired from Fayette County Vet Clinic. He was honored with a farewell party last week. Tiemann is the founder of Fayette County Vet Clinic. He was born and raised in La Grange and is a 1966 graduate of Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine. He first opened the doors of Fayette County Veterinary Clinic in 1968.

 

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