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The Daily Report 11.28.14

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Friday, 28 November 2014
The Weather: 
High yesterday  60°             Low this morning  43° 
  • Today: Mostly sunny and up to 68º but a bit windy with the S-SW coming in at 15-20 mph and gusting to 30.. 
  • Tonight:  Mostly clear with a low of 51° with a southerly 10-15 mph wind coming in.
  • Saturday: Sunny, with a high near 74° and S-SW wind 15-20 mph and gusting up to 30 mph.
  • Sunday: Partly sunny and a high of 76º degrees and the only bad thing might be a 15 mph wind-gusting to 25. But then, it might be a good day for flying a strong kite.
Enjoy the nice weekend. It may be more seasonable next week.
 
The Blotter:
  • Lampasas Police made one run to a minor accident on Wednesday in the 1700 block of CTE at 10am. There were no arrests on Wednesday.
  • On Thanksgiving Day there were three minors in town. One fender bender at 11:06am on N. Key Avenue, then another a block away at 2:46pm  and yet another at 3:46pm in the 400 block of S. Pecan. No injuries were involved in any of the mishaps.
  • There were two arrests made as a 21 yr old local man was picked up in the 700 block of S. Key for public intoxication and a 29 yr old local man, Juan Prado, was arrested for assault causing bodily injury in the 1110 block of N. Old Convent Rd. The incident took place at 10:21am.
  • Lampasas Sheriff's Dept. blotter showed a couple of accidents out in the county on Thursday, then a disturbance and a criminal mischief report. There was another disturbance in Copperas Cove city limits and a fish and game incident at Kempner about 5pm.
  • Arrests on Wednesday by the S.O. included a Goldthwaite man for no DL and a 48 yr old Cove woman was arrested for breaking probation. 
The Burn Ban is on in Lampasas County. 

 

Good Luck Shopping

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Friday, 28 November 2014
We hope that you not only find the bargains you’re looking for on Black Friday and Small Business Saturday, we also hope that, at least on Saturday,  you do lots of shopping with local shopkeepers right here at home.
Our office is next door to the ACE Hardware/Lampasas Builder’s Mart store. We know for sure, that most of the time they have in stock exactly what you are looking for, and most of the time the price is the same or within a tiny percentage of the price at a big box store
 

A Slow News Day

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Friday, 28 November 2014
There just isn’t a lot in the news today—with most of us away at grandmas or having a gratuitous extra day off for Thanksgiving. 
Looking over our list of things happening, we noticed an EAS Test came in and we felt tempted to tell about it. It’s nothing… but it is significant in the life of a radio or TV station. We are responsible for keeping and observing equipment that connects us with emergency services…running the gamut from the National Weather Service storm warning system to the White House for possible emergency messages from the President. It’s called the 
 

School Board Meets Monday

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Friday, 28 November 2014
Lampasas ISD Trustees will meet on Monday, Dec 1st  at 6pm to go over a routine regular session with some recognitions, a consent agenda and an audit report, a contract to approve, discussion on renovating the LHS Fieldhouse and LMS roofing and plumbing. 


 

Happy Thanksgiving Everybody

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Wednesday, 26 November 2014
I think Turkey Day might just be my favorite. 
There’s just something really special about the aroma coming out of the kitchen from a fresh cooked turkey. And that dressin! Umm! I love it. I like corn bread dressing myself. Not the soggy kind though. I like it pretty dry and crumbly – that way I can pour giblet gravy over it and make it soggy to my liking. Cranberries – yeh, ok if I must...just as long as its dry enough that none of that sweet juice from cranberries gets on
 

Going Shopping ?

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Wednesday, 26 November 2014
Friday is a special day. It's Black Friday, the day retailers plan to sell lots of merchandise to early Christmas shoppers and, if they do lots of it, get themselves “back in the black.”
All predictions are that Americans are more confident in the economy and the job numbers seem to show more people are
 
This word from a veterinary organization--during the holidays, there is a significant uptick in pet-related emergencies. Many of them are avoidable, such as tummy trouble…gastrointestinal irritation and pancreatitis from eating foods high in fat, and there’s an increase in animals being 
 

Ebola Monitoring Site at Fort Hood

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Tuesday, 25 November 2014
North Fort Hood now has an operational and ready to accept input monitoring site that will handle troops returning from Ebola virus outbreak areas. Troops are anticipated to arrive at the site within the next few weeks. 
The site was established, per Department of Defense instructions, out of an abundance of caution to monitor Soldiers returning from the Ebola areas in order to ensure the safety of family and community members. The soldiers being monitored within the CMAS at Fort Hood would be
 

Counting Down

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Tuesday, 25 November 2014
It’s just 2 more days until Thanksgiving. Then, there’s Black Friday and Small Business Saturday and by this weekend we’ll see Christmas lights popping up everywhere. Again we beg, “Let the Turkey cool first.”
This word from a veterinary organization--during the holidays, there is a significant uptick in pet-related emergencies. Many of them are avoidable, such as tummy trouble…gastrointestinal irritation and pancreatitis from eating foods high in fat, and there’s an increase in animals being
 


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