Yesterday’s high was 98° This morning’s low 73° For the time being, Lampasas is hot and dry. That said, there were clouds in the area this morning.
Lampasas Police Dept. blotter for Thursday showed a suspicious vehicle report in the 400 block of E. Ave F at 5:26am and otherwise a quiet morning.
Democrat who would challenge Republican Ted Cruz for his U.S. Senate seat, Beto O’Rourke, was in Lampasas yesterday. The charismatic West Texan made a noon appearance at the Hostess House in Hancock Park. He had a packed house of mostly Democrats, but there were also a number of curious independents and some typically Republican voting citizens.
The First Badger Varsity Football action comes this evening at 6pm in Badger Stadium. The Badgers will scrimmage University.
The High yesterday 96° This morning’s low 74°
Lampasas Police blotter for Wednesday showed a quiet day with no accidents and few of the usual daily log notes. There was a reckless driver reported on Ohnmeiss Dr. at 10:05am.
Beto O’Rourke will be at the Lampasas Hostess House for an 11:30am “Town Hall” style meeting. The charismatic El Paso Democrat is a sitting member of the U.S. House of Representatives where he serves on the House Committees for Armed Services and Veterans Affairs and focuses on improving veteran’s health care and benefits. He also claims a need to curb the influence of corporate money in Congress.
The streets were busy this morning as cars, driven by students and moms and teachers, along with big yellow school busses, filled the roadways.
In a controversial move that appears to have upset numerous school districts around the state, the Texas Education Agency released a new system of giving school systems an overall letter grade for achievement.
Lampasas Cattle Auction’s weekly sale took place yesterday here and it was big again. 559 head came through the ring, down from last week’s 838 head but still above the 541 head recorded last year at this time.