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Oak Wilt Program

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Tuesday, 28 July 2015
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Lampasas County will hold an oak wilt program on Thursday, August 13 from 9am-noon at the Lampasas County Courthouse Annex located at 409 S Pecan in Lampasas.  “It has been a very active oak wilt year and I have received a lot of phone calls from across the county from people worried about
 

Vandalism Over the Weekend

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Monday, 27 July 2015
On Saturday, about 4:35 AM, Sonic Drive In, Alon Convenience store, and Storm’s Drive In’s alarm companies called the Lampasas Police Department moments apart reporting alerts.  All are several blocks apart on Key Avenue. Responding officers found rocks thrown through windows and doors. There was no apparent entry. While responding, one officer saw a person, later identified as Richard Lee Adames age 22, of Lampasas, running across Key Avenue, about a block south, and away from the Storm’s area.  
Adames was detained and subsequently arrested for Failure to Identify, a Class C Misdemeanor, and Interfering with Public Duties, A class B
 

Meetings This Week

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Monday, 27 July 2015
Lampasas Commissioners met at 9am in the Lampasas Co. Courthouse for their regular meeting. On the agenda was an assignment of Capital Ambulance 911 Ambulance Service Agreement to Acadian Ambulance Service of Texas, LLC; a speed limit survey on CR 3220; an election officials appointment and a countywide polling place approval.
Lampasas City Council will meet for a workshop at 5:30pm today, followed by their regular 7pm meeting at
 

Sheep and Goat Market 7.27.15

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Monday, 27 July 2015
At the Mills Co. Commission Co. sale on Friday 3,050head went through the ring, up from 2,529  last week.
Light kid goats were $5-$10 lower, as were slaughter
kids. Nannies were steady to $5 lower, replacement nannies were steady to $5 lower, wool lambs were steady to
 

Lometa FFA Rodeo

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Friday, 24 July 2015
The Lometa FFA Junior Rodeo is this Friday and Saturday, beginning at 8:00pm nightly at the Lometa Regional Park.  Events include Barrels, Poles, Flags, Goat Tying, Mutton Busting, Calf Riding, Bull Riding, Breakaway Roping, Ribbon Roping and Tie Down Roping.  Age groups include PeeWee - 8 & under, Intermediate - 9 to 12, Junior - 13 to 15, and Senior - 16 to 19.  Bring the whole family; it's sure to be a good time!

 
This month, children ages 6 to 13 participated in a five-day Crafts for Kids class at the Lampasas County Higher Education Center. Each day they worked on a new project: papier mache bowls, painted and bedazzled bird houses, mobiles of sea creatures fashioned from shells, painting, and planted herbs in flower pots they painted. 
 
 

District Court 7.24.15

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Friday, 24 July 2015
At Judge Gauntt’s Lampasas County 27th District Court on July 17, 28 cases were heard. Of those 28, 2 were reset. There were 6 cases of possession of a controlled substance, 3 cases of delivery of drugs, 3 DWI-3rd or more cases, 3 forgery cases, 1 credit or debit card abuse case, 1 theft of property case, 1 theft of a firearm case, 1 aggravated robbery case, 1 evading arrest case, 1 case of unlawful restraint of a person less than 17 yrs of age, 1 aggravated assault of a child case, 2 aggravated assault cases, 2 cases of assault on a public servant and 2 family assault cases.
Finished cases saw Jessica Campbell, 38 of Lampasas going to SAFPF treatment for a possession of a controlled 
 

Procter State Champion

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Thursday, 23 July 2015
13 year old Lampasan, Victoria Procter and her two horses Oaks Easy Two Dash a/k/a, Trouble and Brown and Blue a/k/a, Diva, won big this past weekend at the State 4-H Horse Show in Abilene.
She was the Pole Bending Champion, placed 3rd overall in Barrels and won Timed Event Champion Horseman. She will go on to the State Fair in Dallas later this year to compete against the top 10 from Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas. Victoria is the daughter of Richard and Jena Procter. "We're all so proud of her," Richard said. "She just started doing this 14 months ago and she's been very dedicated. There have been several people who helped Victoria to get to this point, along with her hard work. Wade Lacy gave Victoria her first 
 

Lampasas Co. Safety Alert

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Thursday, 23 July 2015
Local Rabies Control Authority Kasey Schwartzer was informed on July 22nd, 2015 that another skunk has tested positive for rabies. This skunk was in the area of the 2000 block of County Road 1025, in the County of Lampasas. The skunk was sent for testing to the Texas Department of State Health Services on July 17th and has tested positive for rabies.
Citizens in that area are urged to speak to their veterinarians about updating their pets’ Rabies Vaccinations, especially if the animals are not currently vaccinated. Also, if anyone in that area had any interaction with this animal, please call the Lampasas Animal Shelter immediately and speak to Local Rabies Control Authority Kasey Schwartzer (512) 556-8586. This positive skunk now makes a total of six positive animals for Lampasas City/County (4 skunks, 1 raccoon, 1 fox).
The Lampasas Sheriff’s Office encourages anyone who sees an animal that appears to be sick or acting strangely to call the Lampasas Sheriff’s Office at (512) 556-8255 to report it.
 You should not attempt to handle wildlife, regardless of whether it 
appears to be healthy or sick, as it could be infectious. 
 Don’t leave food outside as it attracts wildlife. 
 
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