January 24, 2019 RSS feed / Front Page

LHS Debate Team Enjoys Success in Rogers

LHS students competed in the District Cross- Examinat ion Debate tournament on Thursday, January 17th, in Rogers. More...

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Police

Lee County Sheriff’s Report

January 14, 2019 Cpl Rudolph and Deputy Nelson met with a complainant who wanted to file a report that she was assaulted by her aunt and her cousin. A report was made and will be forwarded to the county attorney. More...

Lexington Police Report

January 14, 2019 Off icer San Miguel was called to a domestic disturbance in the 600 blk of Well St. where a male subject assaulted two family members. Male subject was arrested for Assault Family/ House Mem Impede Breathe/ circulation and Agg. More...

Texas motorists: Slow down or move over for stopped emergency vehicles

After a recent outbreak of fatality and injury incidents involving tow truck drivers and other first responders, Texas motorists are asked to slow down or move over for stopped emergency vehicles including tow trucks, police cars and fire trucks.&nbs More...

Community Calendar - Free Access

Community Calendar

Wednesday, January 23, 2019 Lexington American Legion Coffee – 8-9 a.m. Story Time - Giddings Public Library 10:30 a.m. – 11 a.m.   More...

Church

Why Do You Ask My Name?

Maybe you are not familiar with Manoah and his unnamed wife, but likely you are familiar with their son. Their story is told in Judges 13. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Ann Marek Chernosky

Funeral services for Ann Chernosky, 88, of Old Dime Box, Texas, were held on Monday, January 21, 2019 at the Dime Box Brethren Church in Dime Box, Texas with Pastor Jim Heckman officiating. More...

Gladys Kocurek

Gladys Kocurek, 92, of Deanville, passed January 19, 2019. Mass of a Christian burial was held at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Dime Box on Tuesday, January 22. More...

Kayla Ann Siegmund

Funeral services for Kayla Ann Siegmund, are scheduled for 2:00 p.m. Thursday, January 24, 2019 at Forest Grove Christian Church in the Forest Grove Community, with Pastor Lance Walch officiating. More...

Busy Week with Chili Cookoff, Youth Supporters and Job Fair

As January draws toward its close, several organizations have scheduled a number of events, dominating the days of the next week.  This Friday and Saturday, January 25 and 26th, the Giddings Lions Clubs will host their 15th Annual Chili Bowl, a More...

Southern Living Features Tootsie

Never letting fame get in the way of her being “Tootsie”, Tootsie Tomanetz found herself being one of nine women featured in the latest edition of Southern Living magazine.  More...

Red Cross Volunteer Training Scheduled

Delynn Peschke, Emergency Management Coordinator for Lee County, along with the American Red Cross, announced this week that volunteer training for providing emergency shelter when one is needed will be held next month.  More...

General Stories

TDLR Rescinds Local Man’s License

The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation has released the newest list of people who are no longer authorized to perform or offer to perform licensed services in Texas. Included on that list is a Lee County man.  More...

Officials Promise Education & Property Tax Fixes

(Austin) Governor Greg Abbott and Lt. Governor Dan Patrick both reemphasized their determination to solve the state’s public school finance system, including property tax reform, as each man officially began his second term of office. More...

Community News

In The Garden

Now that you have these big holes in your yard your next question is, “What do I put in them?” More...

How’s the weather?

Looking good!  This weekend should be nice, with weather in the low 60’s. Nights will be cold with weather in the high 30’s. There is a 20% chance of rain Saturday and a 30% chance Sunday evening. More...

Lexington’s Past Reported

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Sports

Academy 56 Lexington 40

The Lexington Eagles lost to Academy 56-40 last week. The Eagles also lost their composure as a team. The Eagles were assessed four technical fouls late in the game. More...

Lady Eagles Stung by Bees 48-38

In a battle for second place in District 19-3A, Lexington fell behind the Lady Bees early in the game last week. The Lady Eagles came charging back in the third quarter, then ran out of gas the rest of the game. More...

Lady Eagles Drop Rockdale 53-40

Lexington continued its march to the playoffs with a win over neighboring Rockdale. Lexington started slowly as Rockdale outscored the Lady Eagles 16-9 in the first period. More...


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