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You better get ready, May 18 is the TxDOT kickoff date for their annual two-week Click It or Ticket campaign. If a police officer spots you, or anyone in your vehicle without their seat belt fastened – you're gonna get a ticket that could cost you up to $200 with the court cost tacked on.
 

Fort Hood Welcome Party

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Tuesday, 05 May 2015
 Thursday evening at 6:30pm at the Crawford Party House...
the Lampasas community will turn out to welcome the Military Personnel and families of Fort Hood to all that Lampasas has to offer. The informal social gathering  is a way of showing our appreciation to those that serve our country, at home and abroad. Our community will have an opportunity to casually mingle with the Fort Hood military personnel in 
 

The Daily Report 5.5.15

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Tuesday, 05 May 2015
Lampasas Police had no accidents to work Monday, also no arrests were made and there was only one minor call for firemen as they had medical assists and one false alarm.

Lampasas Sheriff's Dept. blotter shows a theft call from Copperas Cove at 2:14pm, and one from Lampasas at 2:34pm. No arrests were made by the Sheriff’s Office yesterday.

Burnet S.O. reports:  On Saturday, May 2, at 10:25am, the Burnet County S.O. received a report of a home invasion in progress on Hwy 183 about 12 miles south of Lampasas. It was reported that a homeowner was awakened by an unknown male being inside her home. She was startled by dogs barking, then discovered a man standing in the kitchen. According to the homeowner, the dogs chased the subject out of the house and she secured the door. 

The man then tried to gain entry into the house several more 
 

Early Voting Brisk

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Monday, 04 May 2015
 When all the ballots submitted so far in the early voting for Lampasas County's City and School elections were tallied up on Friday, already 517 votes of one kind or the other had come in. 
Most of the vote is for Lampasas City Council and Lampasas School Board.
The Elections are:
 
 

Blotter 5.4.15

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Monday, 04 May 2015
Lampasas Police reported minor accidents on Saturday at E. Ave F and Campbell at 9:35am, the 900 block of S. Key at 1:25pm and the 1400 block of S. Key at 8:44pm.  There were no injuries in any of these. 
There was one arrest made on Sunday as a 55 year old Lampasas man, Ignacio Acosta, Jr., was arrested in the 500 block of Brown St. for possession of a controlled substance (PG1) over a gram, and for possession of dangerous drugs and for possession of marijuana under 2 oz. The arrest was made at 7:05pm. 

Lampasas Sheriff's Office blotter from Saturday shows a crash report in Lometa at 7:58am and one in Lampasas at 8:48pm. Sunday’s blotter shows a crash report in Lometa at 6:52am, a suicidal report in Lampasas at 6:20pm and a runaway call from Lampasas at 10:41pm. 
Two arrests were reported on Saturday. Noe Brizuela, 19 of Kempner, was taken into custody for  assault of a family member, apparently involving choking; and a 41 yr old Killeen man was arrested for possession of marijuana. 

The Burn Ban in Lampasas County is lifted until May 26
 
After winning the first game of the 2 of 3 series by a 10-0 score, the Lady Badgers closer victory last night still saved them the trip to Seguin for another game today. 

They are now Bi-District Champs and moving on to the next round on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of next week as they begin another 2 of 3 series. This one against Brazosport, with the games to be played in La Grange.
 
Our Lady Badgers Softball team did way more than show up for their first of a 2 of 3 Bi-District Playoff series with the Cuero Lady Gobblers at Texas Lutheran University. They dominated it!

It wasn't the big bats—there were no homers and only one triple—but the hits and RBIs were there, and they kept the other guys from getting a run in the six innings.

The Lady Badger hits, in batting order, came from:
Kyndall Moyer with 2 hits and 1 RBI; Kloe Corbin had  1 hit, a double and scored a run; Marisa Maldonado had 2 runs; Tori Caruthers had 2 hits and a run on a bunt and a single; Sloan Johnson had a run, as did Alyssa Maldonado who also had an RBI; Blake Webb had a big night with 2 hits (singles), 3 runs and 2 RBIs; Blakeli Brookerson had a triple and a run of her own; pitcher Regan Dunn had a single and somehow brought in 3 RBIs and Megan Sittner did the same with a double that brought in 3 RBIs.

Freshman Regan Dunn went the full 6 innings on the mound, with 92 pitches, shutting out the Lady Gobblers with 9 strikeouts, one walk and only 3 hits on the night. 

The series now goes to game 2 at 7pm this evening. If the Lady Badgers win again, it will all be over. If not, it will go to game 3 on Saturday at noon.  Go Lady Badgers !
 

State Academic UIL Qualifiers

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Wednesday, 29 April 2015
Six students from Lampasas High School will attend the State UIL Academic meet on May 25-28. Matthew Coonrod will attend state for poetry interpretation, Hunter Webb will go for editorial writing, 
 

LHS Lady Golfers at State

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Wednesday, 29 April 2015
The 2015 Lady Badger Golf team checked out of this season on a high note, finishing third place at the State golf tournament. The Ladies finished behind Andrews and Snyder. Way to go Lady Badgers!
 
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