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The Daily Report 3.3.15

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Tuesday, 03 March 2015
The Weather
High Yesterday  40°        Low this morning  40°  
Fog and .02 in. total precipitation over the past 24 hours.
  • Today: Foggy this morning and a slight chance of showers this afternoon. Otherwise cloudy and a high of 66° with a south wind 10-15 mph gusting to 20. 
  • Tonight: A 40% chance of rain and a low of 52° under cloudy skies with a light southerly breeze. 
  • Wednesday: An 80% chance of rain with the temperature rising to about 56° early, then falling about 41° for the rest of the day. Light winds early shifting to northerly and gusting to 20-25 mph in the afternoon.
  • Wednesday night: Freezing rain and sleet before midnight, then snow and sleet early morning. Very windy, to 25 mph and 30 mph gusts.
  • Thursday: Early morning snow possible but turning partly sunny and only up to 38° day and down to mid-twenties night.   
The Blotter
  • Lampasas Police had a quieter day on Monday with one minor accident at McLean and Ave. H at 3:44 pm. There were  no injuries. One arrest was made last night at 9:54pm in the 500 block of  CTE. A 43 yr old Joshua, TX man was arrested for DWI.
  • Lampasas Sheriff's Dept. blotter showed one arrest. A 43 yr old Seagoville man was taken into custody at 11:36pm for DWI.
  • The jury trial for JP Court on Wednesday was canceled.
The Burn Ban in Lampasas County is off until 6pm today 

 

LISD to Consider Salaries

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Tuesday, 03 March 2015
At an LISD board workshop last night, Cindy Clegg, a consultant with the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB), presented a program that suggested salaries in LISD should be increased in a manner that would cost an additional $929,984 for next year.
 
For Lampasas ISD (3 seats up for election)
Place 1 – Bill Brister (incumbent) 
Place 2 – Randy Morris (appointed incumbent)  
                Lisa Canales Dibble              
Place 3 – Dan Claussen (incumbent)
                Alanna Cook
                Rick Baxter        
For Lampasas City Council (3 council seats and Mayor seat)
Mayor –   Jerry Grayson (incumbent)
                 Christian Toups (incumbent Place 2 Councilman but
                 withdrew from that filing to refile for Mayor) 
 
Military sexual abuse on trial beginning March 9th
FORT HOOD, Texas -- The panel selection and general court-martial of Sgt. 1st Class Gregory McQueen is set to begin at 9am March 9 in the Lawrence H. Williams Judicial Center here. Trial judge Lt. Col. Rebecca Connally will preside over the proceedings. 
 

Ain't Life Wonderful !

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Tuesday, 03 March 2015
          Fat Tuesday?
So we wondered why they call it Fat Tuesday. You know, Mardi Gras, the big celebration down in New Orleans. It happened on Feb. 17th this year and it's the day before Lent starts, when the locals have to start toughing it out. As the logic goes, they eat a lot while they can, then their religious tradition has them starve down for a while. My wife says that last part is what I need to do.
Well today we noticed that WalletHub, the group that does all the studies and suveys about how things are in different places, came out with their fat survey.
It seems that, of all the cities in the U.S., the one with the biggest weight problem is...New Orleans. So, yeah, they really do take that Fat
 
Rollins Brook Community Hospital will hold its quarterly free community health screening on Wednesday, March 11 from 9am to 11am in room 5 of the hospital. 
The free screenings include: total cholesterol, glucose, blood pressure, height and weight, and body mass index (BMI). All screenings are free and open to the public. For additional information, visit www.mplex.org or call 254-519-8200.  

 

Funeral Notice 3.3.15

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Tuesday, 03 March 2015
Gladys Estell Sims Bain, age 92, passed away February 20, 2015 in the Cibolo Creek Rehabilitation Center in Boerne, Texas near San Antonio. She was born in 1922 in Lampasas County and lived here most of her life. She married Hansford Bain in 1939 in the Presbyterian Mance in Adamsville and was a member of that church since 1932. 
She is preceded in death by her husband; a brother Edward Sims, Jr.; sisters Morean Beavers, Joyce Green, Marguerite
 

Icy Roads Take Toll

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Monday, 02 March 2015
Icy roads and power lines in Central Texas have taken their toll.  On Saturday morning a two vehicle accident on Hwy 29 in Burnet took the live of 37 yr old Manuel Galindo-Camacho of Fredericksburg. According to Burnet Police the accident took place at about 6am when an east bound 18-wheeler collided with a Chevy Astro Van. The driver of the truck lost control, evidently because of the icy roadway, and caused the truck to slide sideways across the road and into the path of the van, which was driving in
 

Local Breaks Sale Record

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Monday, 02 March 2015
Lampasas Junior FFA member Dawson Raub sold his Reserve Grand Champion Market Steer named “Skunk” at the February 28 premium sale for the San Antonio Livestock Exposition. His steer sold for a total of $88,000, which broke the $78,000 record from last year’s sale.   
 
 
 


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