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County judge candidate pool swells to six

Four Republicans and two Democrats vying for Caldwell County judge will be on their parties' respective ballots in the March 2018 primary election. Republican candidates in the race who filed before the Dec. 11 deadline include Lockhart residents Hoppy Haden, Deward Cummings, incumbent Judge Ken Sc

POST-REGISTER.COM - 2017-12-15 06:25:00

WINTER IS COMING: Lockhart, South Central Texas see biggest recorded snowfall since 1985

For at least a little while late last week, Lockhart was a winter wonderland as a cold front that swept through South Central Texas brought more than an inch of snowfall, prompting school closures, snowman construction and myriad photo opportunities on the courthouse lawn. Snow began to fall in the

POST-REGISTER.COM - 2017-12-15 06:40:00

Elf-conscious volunteers get into spirit

For one night, First Lockhart National Bank on Main Street was transformed into Santa's workshop as adult-sized elves busily wrapped presents for boys and girls. Lockhart Chamber of Commerce members and employees, elected officials, bank employees, teachers and a foreign exchange student worked fev

POST-REGISTER.COM - 2017-12-15 07:31:00

Students commended for quick action

Lockhart Junior High School officials on Monday commended students who swiftly reported a fellow student playing with fire in the school gym, crediting them with potentially preventing a bigger problem. School principal Lori Davis sent a letter home to parents notifying them that at 12:25 p.m. Mond

POST-REGISTER.COM - 2017-12-15 07:24:00

Hoppy Haden's departure leads to new face on commission, reshuffling of duties

Editor/POST-REGISTER The new-look Caldwell County Commissioners Court made its debut Monday morning at its Dec. 11 meeting, welcoming new interim Pct. 1 commissioner Terry Wright and acknowledging the resignation of Hoppy Haden, who stepped down to run for Caldwell County judge. Personnel moves th

POST-REGISTER.COM - 2017-12-15 07:23:00

Fireworks sales get green light

Editor/POST-REGISTER Residents ringing in the New Year in unincorporated areas of Caldwell County will be able to shoot off aerial fireworks following a discussion at Monday's county commissioner's court meeting. The move marks a departure from last year's decision to ban firework usage and sales

POST-REGISTER.COM - 2017-12-15 06:26:00

Visually impaired band student marching toward excellence

However, his love for music is the reason the eighth grader's been so successful in the band at A.J. Briesemeister Middle School. While Christian was born a micro-premature baby weighing only 1 pound 6 ounces, resulting in blindness, he has not let it stop him from playing tuba in the Briesmeister B

SEGUIN GAZETTE-ENTERPRISE - 2017-12-15 08:00:00

A cut above the rest

It is not often in life that a person can live their dream. But don't tell that to Susie Selzer. Selzer, who owns the Le Petit Maison beauty salon, has been living her dream for almost a half century. Forty-five years ago today, on Dec. 15, 1972, Selzer took over as the owner and proprietor of the b

GONZALES INQUIRER - 2017-12-15 08:00:00

Police issue Silver Alert for missing Putnam woman

PUTNAM- Police issued a Silver Alert for a missing Putnam woman on Friday. According to police, 38-year-old Yolanta Lensky has been missing since Friday. She is described as a white female with green eyes and although police say she is bald, she was last seen wearing a blonde wig with ponytails. Pol

NORWICH BULLETIN - 2017-12-15 22:26:48

Putnam police chief claims board violated charter, statutes

PUTNAM - Police Chief Rick Hayes has put the Putnam Special Services District Board on notice and filed a formal complaint with two state agencies alleging the board violated the town's charter and Connecticut General Statutes, among other offenses, related to a streetlight project. Hayes said he ha

NORWICH BULLETIN - 2017-12-16 22:51:30

Putnam Ford holds Christmas party

Putnam Ford recently held its 20th annual Christmas is for Kids party with a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus. Putnam Ford recently held its 20th annual Christmas is for Kids party with a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus. The party, hosted at the dealership, was attended by more than 100 children and

NORWICH BULLETIN - 2017-12-15 20:22:00

Police: 3 arrested in Killingly armed robbery

KILLINGLY - Three Killingly men are facing charges in connection to an armed robbery in Rogers, in which a gun was reportedly pointed at the side of a Danielson man's head, police said in a press release Friday. At 3:55 p.m. on Nov. 28, dispatchers at Troop D in Danielson received a call from a Dani

NORWICH BULLETIN - 2017-12-15 18:21:25

State police arrest man after pursuit spans 3 communities

JOHNSTON, R.I. (WPRI) - Rhode Island State Police have arrested a man following a police pursuit through three communities, Captain Matthew Moynihan confirmed. Police said Aaron Michael Rugar, 23, of Torrington, Conn. was spotted driving erratically through parts of Foster, Scituate and Johnston on

WPRI - 2017-12-16 01:41:19

No competition for school bus contracts poses problem for local districts

School transportation costs hit municipal budgets hard across the state, and several communities in Central Massachusetts have been grumbling about an underlying factor as their multiyear contracts for school buses are about to go out for bid. The problem: There's no competition in the market. Despi

TELEGRAM.COM - 2017-12-17 01:09:00

Authorities investigate fatal three-alarm blaze

An elderly woman and two dogs died after a fire in Oxford tore through a house Thursday night in a three-alarm blaze. State police are now investigating the 7:47 p.m. report of a "building on fire with occupants trapped" on Sacarrappa Road, officials said. When firefighters arrived on the scene the

BOSTON HERALD - 2017-12-16 06:19:23

Meet a Veteran: Brooklyn man served in Marines during Vietnam War

In the service: At the height of the Vietnam War, John Kirchner, of Brooklyn, left high school with a desire to join the military. His father, who had served in the army in World War II and had been a prisoner of war, gave him one piece of advice: don't join the army. When the draft was at an all-ti

NORWICH BULLETIN - 2017-12-15 18:52:41

St. Paul resident complains about ambulance service

ERIE - Neosho County commissioners accepted a bid for two pickups for the sheriff's department at Friday's meeting. Sheriff Jim Keath presented bids from Chanute dealerships Shields Motors and Merle Kelly Ford for two replacement vehicles. Commissioners Paul Westhoff and Jennifer Orr accepted the Sh

CHANUTE TRIBUNE - 2017-12-16 06:46:00

Authorities works overnight standoff in Fredonia

FREDONIA, Kan. (KWCH) The Wilson County Sheriff's Office says it worked an overnight standoff in Fredonia, but no one was taken into custody. The sheriff's office says the incident started off as a domestic disturbance inside a vehicle. The suspect was dropped off at the house where the standoff occ


Cherryvale wrestling heads into break with dual victory over Labette County

ALTAMONT - In both team's final varsity event before winter break, the Cherryvale Chargers wrestling team defeated Labette County 54-30 in Altamont on Thursday night. "Right now, we're battling a lot of sickness and flu on the team," Cherryvale head coach Casey Lickteig said. "But we'd rather battle

PARSONS SUN - 2017-12-15 04:37:00

The Natural Wonder of North Central Kansas

In 1864 President Abraham Lincoln's Administration deeded 12 parcels of federal land to the state of Kansas. Called 'school marshes', the acreage was to be sold to settlers, and the proceeds used to build the Emporia State Teachers College, now known as Emporia State University. Parts of the parcels