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Museum Christmas Tree Contest

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Thursday, 20 November 2014
It’s time to get ready for the upcoming Christmas tree and Gingerbread house contests at the Lampasas County Museum. This year’s theme will be “Duck the Halls: A Camo Christmas,” a theme that brings to mind the outdoors and sportsmanship that are enjoyed here in Lampasas County. 
Trees will be judged December 6 during the Carol of Lights, and will remain on display through December 20. 
There will be a different way of judging this year. At the base of each tree there will be a donation jar for each of the organizations represented, and visitors to the museum will vote for their favorite tree by making a donation to the corresponding jar. At the end of the evening on
 

Funeral Notice 11.20.14

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Thursday, 20 November 2014
Evelyn Smith, age 85 of Mullin, Texas died Tuesday, November 18, 2014. 
A visitation for Evelyn will be held Friday, November 21 at First United Methodist Church of Goldthwaite from 1 to 2 pm, followed by
 

Early Morning Fire

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Wednesday, 19 November 2014
At 2:50am this morning a Lampasas Deputy Sheriff reported a house fire in progress at 102 N. Arnold. The officer just happened to be passing by the area and discovered the fire that was already well under way. The owners, and usual occupants, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ratliff, were not at home at the time. According to a relative on the scene, Mrs. Ratliff was in the hospital and the father was with her. 
 

Today 11.19.14

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Wednesday, 19 November 2014
 LCHEC is hosting a William Penn University College for Working Adults seminar today. The two session program began with breakfast this morning at 7:30am and continues at noon today with a lunch seminar on Communications. The noon session will include light lunch and will last an hour.
The Friends of Lampasas Animal Shelter (FLAS) are meeting today at 4:15pm at the Fire Department Conference 
 

Funeral Notice 11.19.14

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Wednesday, 19 November 2014
Billy Ray Mauldin, age 73 of Lampasas, Texas died November 16, 2014 at Seton Medical Center Williamson in Round Rock, TX. Billy was born July 9, 1941 in Ingram, TX, the son of Johnny Elbert Mauldin and Anna Bell (Lynch) Mauldin. He lived in Ingram until he was 11 years old, then in 1952 he and his family moved to Midland and stayed there until 1966 at which time they moved to Irving. When Billy lived in Midland and Irving he worked as a stone mason. In 2006 Billy moved to Lampasas.
Survivors include his two sons, Jason Mauldin of Lampasas,  and Jerry Sanderford of Colony, TX; a daughter, Yaell Flores of 
 

Theatre at the High School

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Tuesday, 18 November 2014
Coming up tomorrow night at the High School Auditorium the Theatre Dept. will be putting on its Fall Show. On stage will be a play called Chemical Imbalance. 
The show is under the direction of Chris and Brette Ector and it’s going on Wednesday at 7pm, then Sunday at 7pm and Monday, the 24th at the same time. It’s $4 per person and is a fund raiser for the Department.

 

Counting Down

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Tuesday, 18 November 2014
It’s just 9 more days until Thanksgiving. Then, there’s Black Friday and Small Business Saturday and along about that time…the Christmas Lights will start popping up everywhere. 
I saw somebody on TV the other day trying to get passers-by to sign a pledge to “Let the Turkey cool before the lights go on.” I don’t think anyone was interested – one lady even said hers were already up. 
 

The Immigration Problem—or is it?

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Tuesday, 18 November 2014
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 According to Tony Payan, director of Rice University’s Baker Institute Mexico Center, the hype that there is a worsening immigration problem on the border is just not so. The studies done at Rice University show that the apprehension of  illegal aliens on the border between the U.S. and Mexico has dropped by two-thirds from 2004 to 2014.
According to Payan’s study, much of the dropoff has to do with the fact that “living and working inside the United States without papers has become nearly impossible.” In addition, the U.S. financial crisis in America, coupled with the improving economy in Mexico and the much
 

Sports 11/18/14

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Tuesday, 18 November 2014
Badger Basketball is in action at home today. The freshmen and the JV will both play at 5:15pm and the Varsity Badgers will be on the hardwood at 6:30pm. 
Lady Badger JV Basketball will play Thursday at noon against McGregor. It is part of the tournament going on at Midway. The next game, depending
 
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