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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an estimated 1.2 million people in the United States are living with HIV, and nearly 1 in 8 don't know it.
It is important to get tested, only then can you take the next steps to protect your health and others. The CDC urges you to find a free testing
 

Sheep and Goat Market 6.29.15

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Monday, 29 June 2015
At the Mills Co. Commission Co. sale on Friday 4,330 head went through the ring, up from 3,265 last week. Light kid goats were $5 lower, as were slaughter kids. Nannies were steady, wool lambs were $5 lower and both Dorper and Barbados lambs were steady to $5/cwt lower.
Boer kid goats 30-45lbs brought $225 to $285/cwt, 45-60lb brought $260-$290/cwt and over 60lbs were $180-$285/cwt
 
The National Commission on the Future of the Army (NCFA) has been charged by Congress to examine the structure of the Army and make recommendations on modifications to the Army, related to the size and force mix. As a part of the study, the NCFA is having an open meeting from 3-5pm on July 9th at the 
 

Funeral Notice 6.29.15

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Monday, 29 June 2015
Wilma Lee Rutland passed from this life on June 25th, 2015 at the age of 90. She was born September 18, 1924 in Bearden, Oklahoma, to Floyd and Nora Shults. She married Ken Rutland on September 14, 1946. They were married nearly 65 years when he preceded her in death in 2011.
Wilma, who was nicknamed “Bill” as a youth in Oklahoma, and Ken lived in Hot Springs, Arkansas, Houston and Dallas, Texas before moving to Lampasas in 1956 where Ken became the manager of the J.C. Penney Store. Wilma was a loving homemaker, and when Ken bought the store on the square from Cox and Shanks in 1966, she became an excellent salesperson there. She was also an accomplished seamstress, and for many years did the alterations for Rutland’s Fashion and Western Wear. She was a wonderful cook, and her dishes were favorites at holidays, family gatherings, and church pot-lucks. 
She had a beautiful soprano voice, and would sing around the house, and the staff at Lampasas Nursing and Rehab would comment about her beautiful singing voice. She loved to laugh, and when she played dominoes and 84 she was a fierce competitor. Wilma was a member of the First Street Church of Christ, and loved her family, the 
 

What's Goin' On !

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Saturday, 27 June 2015
 There's Co-ed softball at the 580 Sports Park where the 5th Annual Robert Andrew Morris, Jr. Co-ed softball tournament will be in progress. The tournament is in memory of Robert Morris, Jr who died in July 2011 as a result of an accident caused by a DUI driver. It left behind Robert's only son, Levi, and the money raised at the tournament will go to the Levi Morris Trust Fund and the Robert Andrew Morris, Jr Memorial Scholarship in Lampasas. In addition to the tournament today, there will be food and drinks and ice for sale and some awesome raffle items. 
 

“Makin' Hay”

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Saturday, 27 June 2015
 After a busy Thursday afternoon validating their show cattle at the Atkinson Ranch for the next upcoming livestock show season, these three local FFA members were busy with seasonal chores. They hauled 700 bales of Hay for Bobby Carroll, going from 7am to 4:30pm. 
 

Sheep and Goat Market 6.27.15

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Saturday, 27 June 2015
 At the Mills Co. Commission Co. sale on Friday 4,330 head went through the ring, up from 3,265 last week. Light kid goats were $5 lower, as were slaughter kids. Nannies were steady, wool lambs were $5 lower and both Dorper and Barbados lambs were steady to $5/cwt lower. Boer kid goats 30-45lbs brought $225 to $285/cwt, 45-60lb brought $260-$290/cwt and over 60lbs were $180-$285/cwt Replacement Nannies were $135-$180/head and slaughter classes were sold for $50-$200/cwt depending on quality. Barbados ranged from $160-$230/cwt and Dorper ranged from $170-$250/cwt. Wool lambs were $150-$230/cwt. 
 
Sign up for the Spring Ho Hayloft Party and Country Showdown Talent Contest by calling Lampasas Radio at 512-556-6193 for information, or you can go to our website at lampasasradio.com for an online application, or drop by our office at 505 N. Key to pick up an application. The deadline for signups is June 29th, but please contact us earlier for information or special instructions. 
You can perform alone, with your own guitar, with a friend accompanying you, or with a full band. We'll even furnish the band
 

Steer Validation Thursday

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Friday, 26 June 2015
At yesterday's stock show steer validation event at the Atkinson Ranch 43 head were brought in by local hopeful youths. The validations are part of the eligibility to show animals at the local stock show as well as other shows including the State Fair.
 
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