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Getting Into the Spirit

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Wednesday, 17 December 2014
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Students at Hanna Springs Elementary School are getting into the spirit of Christmas. Katrina Kothmann, Kim Shipp, Delana Toups, Katy Smith, Morgan Butts and
Sissy Farr’s 3rd grade students recently raised funds which was used to buy gifts for the Angel Tree project. 
 
8 More Days before you have to wrap up your Christmas shopping – and your presents – and get 'em under the tree. Julie Tomascik, with the Texas Farm Bureau, offers advice. If there's a farmer or rancher on your list, and you need stocking stuffers, it's simple
 

Lampasas District Court

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Wednesday, 17 December 2014
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District Judge John Gauntt presided over District Court docket call on Friday. There were some 47 charges presented, some on the same individuals. 15 of the cases were on drugs with 4 of them for selling drugs. There were 3 DWI cases, 17 cases of larceny with 7 of them being forgery cases. There were 2 arson cases and 4 different assault cases. Vincent Garza Sanchez, 29 of Lampasas, was sentenced to 8 yrs in the TDC for
 

TxDOT

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Wednesday, 17 December 2014
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The Brownwood District TxDOT office is having a workshop on Thursday to inform the public and get feedback from them on transportation options for seniors and disabled citizens. The workshop is in Brownwood at the District Office at 2pm.
 
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After receiving an anonymous tip from a concerned citizen, the Burnet Police Department was able to locate prison escapee, Jimmy Morrisett. Morrisett was located inside a house in an attic in the 1600 Block of West Buchanan (Hwy 29) in the City of Burnet. After Morrisett was located inside the house around 11pm, he told police that he had a gun and he was not going back to prison. 
 
A DPS SWAT TEAM was called in to assist with the situation and after several hours negotiating with Morrisett, he was taken into custody around 2:30am. There was no weapon located on Morrisett or inside the vacant house. He was transported to the Seton Highland Lakes Hospital for minor injuries. Burnet Police were assisted by the Burnet County Sheriff’s Depat., Lone Star Fugitive Task Force, U.S. Marshall Service, and Texas Dept. of Public Safety 
 

Wallethub Predictions for 2015

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Tuesday, 16 December 2014
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In our for-what-it's-worth department... An internet based group called wallethub that produces all kinds of surveys and unofficial studies has come up with a set of financial predictions for the new year. Since many of our listeners and readers may not be doing so well withthe stock market lately, and bless those of you in the oil business that are not doing so well right now...we thought it might be interesting to see what wallethub says about next year:
1. GDP growth will be roughly 3%
2. Unemployment will reach 5%
3. Wages will increase 3%
 

Funeral Notice 12.16.14

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Tuesday, 16 December 2014
Ramona Joyce Lewis, age 80 of Kempner, died Sunday, Dec. 14, 2014 at her home. Ramona was born Ramona Mize, in 1934 in Crescent, Oklahoma. She was a homemaker and had lived in the area since 2001. Survivors include her husband, Wayne Lewis of Kempner; granddaughters, Lisa 
 

Today is Bill of Rights Day

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Monday, 15 December 2014
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The Bill of Rights is the collective name for the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution. They were put in place by ratification of the required number of states and act of the U.S. Congress on this day in 1791. 
The Bill of Rights enumerates freedoms not explicitly indicated in the main body of the Constitution, such as freedom of religion, freedom of speech, a free press, and free assembly; the right to keep and bear arms; freedom from unreasonable search and seizure, security in personal 
 

Speech and Debate Team in Salado

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Monday, 15 December 2014
Teacher Judith McGhee‘s Speech and Debate Team from Lampasas took a 4th place out of 23 teams, on Saturday at the Salado Invitational Speech and Debate Tournament.
Notable was Christian Scheller, who took a 1st  place in the Novice L.D. Debate.
Matthew Coonrod got a 2nd in Poetry and Traci Madden had a 3rd in Prose.
 

Ag Students at Work

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Monday, 15 December 2014
In addition to creating projects for the 2015 county show, ag mechanics students have been designing and constructing a variety of farm gates to be judged over the holiday break by professional welder Chris Oldham. Students Gina Rosales and Jamison Cavozas (right) touch up their work-thru gate for the upcoming judging and county show.

 
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