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Sheep & Goat Sale 9.15.14

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Monday, 15 September 2014
At Mills Co. Commission Company's sale in Goldthwaite last Friday 2,259 head came through, just over the 2,139 of last week and prices were higher in all classes. 
Wool lambs 40-80lbs brought $185-$230/cwt. And heavier 65-80lbs brought $190-$230/cwt
Slaughter lambs 40-65lbs went for $210-$250/cwt and 65-80lbs went for $190-$230/cwt. Slaughter ewes went for
 

Friday Score Reports

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Saturday, 13 September 2014
Badger Football Friday (front page) W 46-7 over Reagan. Sub-varsity freshmen and JV teams, as well as all four of the 7th-8th grade teams swept their games with Reagan on Thursday. Badger Tennis, up against 6A Belton lost a close match 9-10. The team will have a big district match against Liberty Hill, here in Lampasas, kicking off at 4pm Tuesday.
 
Badger Volleyball, on the road at Brownwood Friday lost all their games and sets. The freshmen team is now 6-7 overall, the JV stands at 4-9 and the Varsity is 10-13. In the tough matches Kara Gillis and Leland Flores tied in Aces with 2 each; Kara Gillis had the most Kills with 8, Nola Bishop had 12 assists, Kara Gillis had 20 Digs.
 

Next Week in Lampasas

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Saturday, 13 September 2014
Lampasas County Commissioners will be in a public hearing special session on Monday at 6:30pm as they try to finish up their budget and tax rate proceedings.
The Central Texas Cow-Calf Clinic will kick off at the Farm Bureau building on Wednesday morning at 8:30am. It is put on by the Agri-life Extension Service and will feature several subjects and speakers.
 

Curious About Surgical Weight Loss?

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Saturday, 13 September 2014
Metroplex Hospital in Killeen is putting on monthly seminars to give area residents an opportunity to learn about the procedures. Joe Jeanette, DO, general and
bariatric surgeon at Metroplex Hospital, will lead the seminars, with the first one scheduled for Thursday, September 25 from 5:30 to 6:30pm in the Metroplex 
Hospital main conference room. “We understand that taking the first steps toward surgical weight loss can
 
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Copperas Cove has charges of “improper relationship” between an educator and a student filed. On Monday the Cove Police Dept. began an investigation into an allegation that a 15 yr old male student was involved with a 29 yr old staff member.
The female suspect was identified as 29 year old Copperas Cove resident Amy Joanne Mainville. After further investigation, on Wednesday, a criminal complaint was filed against Amy Joanne Mainville, charging her with Improper Relationship between Educator and Student. Amy was taken into
 

Get Ready for This

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Friday, 12 September 2014
A newly formed political action committee is announcing a “Do-it-Yourself” Marijuana Referendum for the November 4th Texas ballot. Texans do not have initiative and referendum available to them so the group is proposing their candidate for Attorney General of Texas…a Libertarian.
They say if their guy, Jamie Balagia, is elected, he could tell the next legislature it’s time to end marijuana prohibition.

 

It’s Sale Day

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Wednesday, 10 September 2014
It’s Sale Day at Lampasas Cattle Auction where fewer cattle appear at the sale than they did ten years ago, but prices are way higher than even a year ago.
Many ranchers had sold off or reduced their cattle herd because of drought or other reasons, but many are now wondering how best to get back in the business. Even though the drought continues, the price per pound on live cattle makes the business more attractive these days.

 

Storm’s Hopes to Reopen Tomorrow

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Wednesday, 10 September 2014
 Since 1950, Storm’s Drive In has been a favored stop for locals and a must stop for many visitors to town. The hamburgers at Storm’s “are just better than anywhere else”, they’d say.
Over the years Storm’s has had a facelift or two and this one is a pretty major change as new canopy,
 

Funeral Notice 9.10.14

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Wednesday, 10 September 2014
Billye Louise Greer, age 85 of Lampasas, TX died Tuesday September 9, 2014 at Rollins Brook Community Hospital. Billye was born in 1929 in Nolanville. She grew up in San Saba, and in 1945 she married R.O. Greer Jr. She had been a resident of Lampasas since 1945, a member of First Christadelphian Church in Lampasas and a homemaker. 
Survivors include her daughters, Joan Greer Caskey of Florence, Donna Jane Greer of Lampasas and Theresa Greer Kiser of 
 
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