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Paving on CR 2200

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Tuesday, 01 September 2015
Lampasas County Commissioner Lowell Ivey reports that his crews will begin paving on CR 2200 at 8am Wednesday morning. The work area will require a speed limit of only 20 mph. That may cause you to adjust your morning drive. The work will be finished by the end of the day.

 
Texas A&M University Central Texas (TAMUCT) students and hopeful students may be the beneficiaries of scholarships that are funded by the TAMUCT Foundation. The Foundation is having its annual golf tournament at the Hills of Cove Golf Course on Sept. 18th.  Golfers interested in being involved should get information on entering the tournament by calling the golf course at (254)547-2606.

 
The Lampasas County Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center is currently seeking vendors and exhibitors for the 21st Annual Herb & Art Festival on October 10th. The event will go on from 9am to 5pm in Lampasas' Courtyard Square. 
Vendor spaces for arts and crafts are $50 per space for a 10 x 10 area. If electricity is needed, there is an additional fee of $5 per space. Food 
 

Funeral Notice 9.1.15

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Tuesday, 01 September 2015
Lillian (Jones) Thorp, 93 of Lampasas passed away in the early morning hours of Monday, August 31, 2015. Lillian was born on September 27, 1921 at Bend, TX to Hugh Jones and Fannie (Tatum) Jones. She grew up in a large family with six brothers: Aaronn, Shuel, Charles, Nile, Hugh T (Buck), and James Hal (Sonny) and five sisters: Phenie Judkins, Cleo Gossett, Fannie B. Ratliff, Jean Ratliff, and Letha Wright. 
Lillian attended The Little Bend School traveling over 2 miles one way just to get to school. She married L.H. (Bob) Thorp in 1937 and they were 
 

Dove Season Starts Tomorrow

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Monday, 31 August 2015
Dove season starts tomorrow, September 1st. According to Game Warden, Shaun Bayless, the daily limit is 15 birds per day. That is a combination of morning and evening hunts. The daily limit can be a mix of White Wing Dove and Mourning dove or all 15 of one kind. After the third day, the possession limit is 45, unless you have a Wildlife Resource Document, otherwise
 

Quail Coming Back

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Monday, 31 August 2015
From seemingly teetering on the brink of extinction to roaring back with a vengeance, wild quail seem to have made a miraculous comeback across Texas, said one wildlife expert.
The quail hunting forecast looks good, experts say. 
“The 2015-16 quail season is going to be the best we’ve seen since at least 2008 and in some areas even longer than that,” said Dr. Dale Rollins, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service coordinator for the statewide Reversing the Quail Decline Initiative at San Angelo. “It’s shaping up to be a good to great year depending on
 

Notice of Passing

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Friday, 28 August 2015
Mary Jane McBride Sieber, 64, of Lampasas, died Tuesday, August 25th at her home following a struggle with lung cancer. She was born September 27, 1950 in O’Donnell, Texas to O.C. and Ethel McBride. She and her family moved to Littlefield, Texas, where she and her sisters graduated from Littlefield High School. Mary Jane graduated from the University of Texas with a degree in education. Much later she graduated from the University of Houston with a Masters in Social Work. As an LCSW/ACP she worked in child and family therapy
 

Funeral Notices 8.26.15

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Wednesday, 26 August 2015
William Bufard Carlile, 94 of Lampasas, TX died Monday August 24, 2015 at Rollins-Brook Community Hospital. He was born February 18, 1921 in Burnet County, the son of John Carlile and Zula (Whitis) Carlile. He served in the Army Air Force during World War II, stationed in England as a medic. 
Bufard Carlile was a Methodist and a long time rancher and farmer which he dearly loved. He attended schools at Ogles and Lometa and married Opal Jordan December 27, 1944.  She preceded him in death in December 2002.
Survivors include his son, William Bufard Carlile Jr and wife Ritsuko; sisters Elsiedean Boyd and Verde Ola Henderson; two grandsons, Billy Carlile III and Travis Wiley and two great-grandchildren, Britanny Nuckles and Jared Nuckles and 
 
 Lampasas County Commissioners met yesterday morning in the courthouse for their regular session, then again in the afternoon, and most of the meetings were on budget matters. County Auditor Chris Munn made a presentation on a budget proposal. It included a 2% pay hike for everyone on the payroll, not only precinct workers and courthouse employees, but also County elected and appointed officers, such as the Commissioners themselves. The budget is for the fiscal year that begins October 1st and runs through September 30, 2016. The biggest expenses in the budget discussions wind up being for personnel, not only salaries but the very real cost of rising benefits such as employee health insurance premiums. Some of the Commissioners weren't satisfied with a projected deficit that would require a tax hike. In particular, two 
 
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