2018-07-05 / Front Page
Lexington Chief of Police Indicted by Lee County Grand Jury

Once again, Lexington’s Police Department seems to be unraveling from the inside out. The Lee County Grand Jury indicted Lexington Chief of Police, Ted Walton, on Wednesday, June 20, leaving the community with more questions than answers. More...

2018-06-28 / Front Page

A three year old boy was injured last Thursday afternoon during a lawn mowing accident. The accident occurred on CR 330 in Lexington where the family resides. Lee County EMS was dispatched as neighbors scrambled to help in the situation. More...

2018-06-21 / Front Page
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Riza Cooper, who serves on the Lexington ISD Board of Trustees, submitted her resignation from the Board Monday night, June 11, which became effective on Tuesday, June 12.  Riza is the Middle School Principal in Elgin, but lives in Lee County an More...

2018-06-28 / Front Page
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Courtyard walls turn to mud as bricks collapse

Lee County Commissioners decided, in a unanimous decision Monday morning, to completely demolish the Lehman Annex Building. The structure, which was built in 1965, has been deteriorating over the last several years. More...

2018-07-12 / Front Page

The report of an accident that occurred on a rainy July 4th afternoon was investigated by DPS. More...

2018-06-28 / Front Page
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Lexington’s only grocery store has been undergoing a number of improvements, as management returns to Adam Maredia. More...

2018-07-12 / General Stories
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Lt. Blane Rodgers currently works for the Texas Attorney General’s Office in the Human Trafficking Unit. It’s been a long road since working the streets of Huntsville as a patrol officer. More...

2018-06-28 / Police
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June 18, 2018 Officer San Miguel was called to the 8900 block of HWY 77 for a semi blocking access to the Dollar General. Upon arrival the subject vehicle had already moved out of the way. June 19, 2018 More...

2018-07-05 / Police
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June 25, 2018  More...

2018-06-28 / General Stories
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Meet Barry Lynn’s “pet” Karl (the long one). Pictured are Randy Lynn, Barry, Joey Lynn and Anthony Lynn, with Karl Lynn, Diamond back rattle snake from Noack, TX. More...

2018-06-28 / Front Page

Lexington’s Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with the Lexington Volunteer Fire Department, and supported by the Lexington Economic Development Corporation, will host the annual 4th of July at the Park. More...

2018-07-05 / Front Page
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The Lexington Eagles-Brown 6U T- ball team earned second at the District 3 TTAS tournament held in Bartlett last week. More...

2018-07-12 / Front Page
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Hundreds of people gathered at Lexington’s City Park on July 4th to enjoy a spectacular fireworks show put on by the Lexington Volunteer Fire Department and hosted by the Chamber of Commerce an More...


 













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