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Big Rigs Collide; Four Car Pileup Follows When Traffic Backs Up
A collision involving two big rigs west of La Grange shut down the eastbound lanes of SH 71 all afternoon on Tuesday, May 22. The cleanup, which took about five hours, involved cutting one of the 18-wheelers apart and removing the pieces with a crane.
Runoffs Had It All: Landslides & Close Calls
Joe Weber will be the next Fayette County Judge. He won the Republican primary runoff election on Tuesday, May 22. He will not face a Democrat challenger in the November General Election. Weber collected 61.24 percent of the vote. Weber’s opponent, Sharon Muzny, lost with 38.76 percent of the vote.
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Teen arrested at Sheridan water park with rifle, ammo after alleged Snapchat threat
COLORADO COUNTY, Texas – An 18-year-old suspect is out of jail on $10,000 bond after he was arrested for an alleged online threat, according to the Colorado County Sheriff’s Office.
Normangee tops Shiner 7-1, head to state for first time ever
Normangee will face the winner of Bells and Crawford in the State Semi-Finals, Wednesday, May 30 at McCombs Field in Austin.
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CHS senior arrested after alleged threats, showing up at senior trip with gun
COLUMBUS–David Alex Kovar, 18, Alleyton, a Columbus High School senior, was arrested last Tuesday and charged with Suspicion of Terroristic Threat with intent to interrupt the occupation of a public place, after he allegedly made threats on social media that he was heading to a local water park with
CISD senior arrested after alleged threats, showing up at senior trip with gun
Editor's Note:This story has been updated with comments from Columbus High School Principal Robert Russell, and updated to clarify the student was a student at the district's alternative school, not Columbus High School.
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Steinhauser Runs to An All-American Finish
Steinhauser runs for Allen Community College in Iola, Kansas, but she recently signed a scholarship agreement to run for the University of St. Mary’s University in Kansas.
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Lexington Police ReportChief Ted WaltonMay 14, 2018 Chief Walton received a call in the 500 block of N. Rockdale in reference to a child custody case. May 15, 2018 Chief Walton took a report of stolen license plates in the 400 block of Ave C.More...
Spontaneous Combustion Sparks Big Hay Bale Fire
A fire at the Banks Ranch in Ellinger burned about 400 large square bales of hay Friday morning, May 18.A neighbour called 911 to report the fire shortly before 6:30 a.m. after noticing a glow coming from the north. Ellinger Volunteer Fire Department responded and called for assistance from Fayettev
No more chickens walking down Bastrop road if city ends protective ordinance
Some say for more than 200 years, these flocks have roamed the Farm Street area of Bastrop. The city has protected them for almost a decade, but that might soon be coming to an end.
Hart Land Real Estate Receives Sign Grant
The City of La Grange Main Street & Visitors Bureau is proud to announce that Hart Land Real Estate, located at 104 S. Main Street, is the most recent recipient of a sign grant. The sign grant program is open to businesses both on and off of the square.
Allen, Burns win in Justice of the Peace races in Bastrop, Hays
In March, Martinez Jones, an associate judge, emerged atop the three-candidate primary with 45 percent of the vote. Gamble is a longtime Austin attorney who specializes in child protective cases; she received a 37 percent share of the vote in the primary.
Family Embraces The Mud Life
Why would four members of Rutersville’s Van Dresar family – father David, mother Stephanie, son Kyle and nephew James – pay to spend a day in Smithville on a 10-12 mile challenge course known as the ToughMudder which offers muddy pits of water with dangling live electric fence wires, log and teammat
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Early returns show Allen ahead of Cook in Bastrop JP1 race
Business owner and former municipal judge Cindy Allen is leading Sherry Cook, the former head of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, for the Republican nomination for Bastrop County Precinct 1 justice of the peace, according to early returns posted just after polls closed Tuesday evening.Allen
Schulenburg’s Stellar Softball Season Comes to an End
One of the most successful softball seasons in Schulenburg history came to a heartbreaking end for the Lady Horns and their fans Saturday. After beating San Diego 7-3 in Game 1 of their regional semifinals Thursday,Schulenburg was on the verge of making it to the regional finals, but San Diego swept
Construction underway on airport site for medical chopper
COLUMBUS—Construction on a helicopter pad for the medical helicopter PHI Air Medical will station at Robert G. Wells Airport in Columbus was completed last week and full construction on all facilities for the chopper and necessary staff should be completed by the end of the year, County Judge Ty Pra