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The Daily Report 8.21.14

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Thursday, 21 August 2014
The Weather: 
High yesterday   98°                  Low this morning    76° 
  • Today: Mostly sunny and hot, near 97°, with a south wind that will from 10-15 mph and gusting as high as 25.
  • Tonight:  Partly cloudy with a low of 75º and south wind 15 mph. 
  • Friday: Mostly sunny with a high of 97º and a south wind of 10-15 mph, gusting to 20.
The Blotter:
  • Lampasas Police reported no accidents. There were three arrests.  Justin Gauna, 28 of Lampasas was picked up in the 100 block of E. North Ave for theft of property over $50-under $500. Clarence Biddy, 33 of Lampasas, was picked up in the 200 block of W. 7th for forgery at 2:54pm, and Joshua Joy, 41 of Lampasas was picked up in the 100 block of S. Liveoak on four different warrants. 
  • Lampasas Sheriff’s Office made no arrests. 
  • The blotter did show a crash in Kempner at 7:30 am, a disturbance in Lampasas at 3:10 pm and 2 harassment calls in Kempner at 5:13 pm and 9:49 pm.
There is a Burn Ban in Lampasas County.   


 
American Legion  Post 277 is currently looking for World War II veterans to participate in the Honor Flight Austin.
Honor Flight is a two day all expense paid trip that goes to Washington DC. Day one is dedicated to travel and day two is spent visiting the memorials that honor our veterans' service to this country. 
 

Cattle Market Report 8.21.14

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Thursday, 21 August 2014
At Wednesday’s auction sale Lampasas Cattle Action ran 451 head through the ring, up from last week's 358 head. This time last year there were 949 head through the ring.
The run was 82% feeder cattle and feeders were steady to $2/cwt lower due to quality. Slaughter cows were steady and slaughter bulls were steady.
The 300-400lbs feeder steers brought $2.29-$3.14/lb and the 300- 400lbs heifers brought $2.20-$2.94/lb.
400-500lbs steers brought $2.21-$2.98/lb and same size heifers brought $2.05-$2.61/lb
 

Co-Ed Softball

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Thursday, 21 August 2014
Last night the local adult co-ed softball league kicked off at the 580 Sports Complex. With games at 6:30 pm, 7:30 pm, 8:30 pm and 9:30 pm, there was plenty of action going on. The league includes 10 teams this year and will have games every Wednesday night for the next 7 weeks. 
League president Rex Bumpus said there are usually 5 or 6 teams each year, but the league keeps
 

Crisis Center Golf Tournament

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Thursday, 21 August 2014
Just like a golfer swinging at a ball in a sand trap, many local families try to get away from abuse but often find themselves haunted by the violence that traumatized them. When you become a sponsor or donor for the Highland Lakes Family Crisis Center’s Annual Golf Tournament you help families make a sandy. 
“We see more than 350 individuals a month for various services ranging from counseling to emergency
 

Elvis Sighting !

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Thursday, 21 August 2014
Yep, there he was, at the Lampasas Nursing and Rehab Center singing all his old favorites.
Actually, it was Matt Alan, a local area resident, who never the less thrilled his audience with his Elvis songs.
Matt recently won the Spring Ho Hayloft Party Country Showdown talent contest and will soon be going to perform in the state level competition.

 

Sports 8.21.14

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Thursday, 21 August 2014
Badger High School football teams will scrimmage this afternoon/evening at Waco Connally. The freshmen and JV teams should get underway at 5pm while the varsity is to start at 6pm.
The Badgers looked good last Friday as they went up against Wimberley and Marble Falls. Next week, on the 29th, it will b
 

District Court 8.20.14

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Wednesday, 20 August 2014
Lampasas District Court met under Judge John Gauntt on Friday, Aug. 8th.  Again, the biggest number of cases before him were for possession of a controlled substance, which is usually methamphetamine. There were 7 cases of possession and 2 cases of manufacture or delivery of the controlled substances. There was one case of possession of a fairly large amount of marijuana.
There were 4 assault case, 4 DWI cases, 2 organized criminal activity cases and a handful of theft and unauthorized
 
Sale day at Lampasas Cattle Auction. You’ll see a few pickups pulling trailers through town today. Cattle prices continue to be pretty strong and the local auction barn has been seeing pretty good numbers at the last few sales.
This is the last day to register your youth for the Copperas Cove Parks and Recreation 2014 Youth Tackle 
 


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