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The Daily Report 11.24.14

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Monday, 24 November 2014
The Weather
High yesterday 78 º    Low this morning 43 º 
1:07 inches of rainfall over the weekend at the airport.
  • Today: Sunny, with a high temp this afternoon of 62º with NW wind 5-10 mph calming this afternoon. 
  • Tonight: Mostly clear with a low of 35º with calm SW winds.
  • Tuesday: Sunny skies, a high of 63º and west wind 5-10 mph.
  • Thanksgiving Day Outlook: Sunshine and a high of 69°.  
The Blotter
  • Lampasas Police had a very quiet weekend with no accidents nor arrests. They did arrest two 17 yr old males, one from Lampasas and the other from Burnet, late Friday night about 11:30. The two were racing in the vicinity of CTE and the Old Georgetown Road.
  • Lampasas Sheriff's Dept. blotter showed an early morning disturbance Saturday morning, along with a civil matter, illegal dumping and a burglary in progress about noon on Saturday.
  • On Sunday there a couple of morning evens with a civil matter and a criminal mischief charge. In the mid-afternoon there was an assault case. Arrested were a 24 yr old Copperas Cove male and a 22 yr old Lampasas female. The male was arrested for theft of property, the female for DWI>
The Burn Ban is on in Lampasas County. 

 

Today 11.24.14

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Monday, 24 November 2014
Lampasas County Commissioners were to meet at 9am in the courthouse this morning. Several items are on the agenda, including the making-official the election that would allow the sales of beer and wine in the eastern part of the county, including the Kempner area.
Lampasas City Council will meet for a workshop at 5:30pm and a regular session at 7pm. The agenda includes reports and discussions on planning, along with some bid awards for street paving and construction materials and some budget and accounting discussions and reports.

 
 Rollins Brook Community Hospital is offering free flu shots to community members age six months and older on Thursday, Dec.4th from 9am to 1pm in room 5.  Health professionals will be administering the vaccines on a first come, first served basis while supplies last.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that it’s not possible to predict what this flu season will 
 
Word just came in from the November TxDOT meeting on project funding. Not only will Lampasas Co. get some needed sealcoating to keep some roads in good condition, we'll get some new sidewalk.
According to a release from the Department of Transportation there are going to be
 

Livestock Markets 11.24.14

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Monday, 24 November 2014
Lampasas Cattle Auction's weekly sale last Wednesday saw the market busy and prices strong. There will be no sale this week because of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Goldthwaite's Sheep and Goat auction had 3653 head come through the ring last
 
Word just came in from the November TxDOT meeting on project funding. Not only will Lampasas Co. get some needed sealcoating to keep some roads in good condition, we'll get some new sidewalk.
According to a release from the Department of Transportation there are going to be 
 

Next Week

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Saturday, 22 November 2014
Lampasas County Commissioners will meet Monday morning in the courthouse. Several items are on the agenda, including the making-official the election that would allow the sales of beer and wine in the eastern part of the county, including the Kempner area.
Lampasas City Council will meet for a workshop at 5:30pm and a regular session at 7pm. The agenda includes reports and discussions on planning, along with some bid awards for street paving and construction materials and some budget and accounting discussions and reports.


 

Sheep/Goat Market 11/22/14

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Saturday, 22 November 2014
3653 head of sheep and goats came through the auction ring yesterday at Goldthaite – way up from last week's 1599.
Trends show kids steady, slaughter nannies a little higher, wool lambs up $5 and all other classes steady with last week.
50-70lb wool lambs brought $200-$245/cwt and 70-90lbs went for $180-$230/cwt. Slaughter
 

FFA Delivering Fixin's

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Friday, 21 November 2014
The Lampasas High FFA Chapter was busy yesterday unloading and delivering over $16,000 worth of turkey, ham and other treats and sweets to their supporters and consumers. The Seitz Meat company sells its products through the local chapter's fund raiser in the area, and the chapter seems to have been very successful.
The students were delivering Thursday and if you ordered and didn't get it yet...it's coming in plenty of time for Turkey Day.
 


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