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PEGGY HIGGINS DISPLAYS

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PEGGY HIGGINS DISPLAYS her breads and sweets on Saturday, Aug. 17, during the Farmers Market in downtown Caldwell. The market remains a popular favorite on Saturday mornings.

 

LIONS CLUB MEMBERS PARTICIPATED on Monday

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LIONS CLUB MEMBERS PARTICIPATED on Monday, Aug. 19, in their Stuff the Bus school supplies project at the Wal-Mart  parking lot.

Church to host homecoming

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St. Matthew Baptist Church will host their annual homecoming celebration at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 25, at the church, located at 6017 F.M. 2000 Northeast, near Caldwell. The guest

Caldwell Senior Center sets weekly activities

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The Caldwell Senior Center has the following schedule from Aug. 26-30. Bingo will be at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 26. A birthday celebration will be on Tuesday, Aug. 27.

Districts receive ‘A’ for 2018-2019 finances

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All three county school districts received ‘Superior’ ratings in the Texas Education Agency’s (TEA) preliminary 2018-2019 School Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas, or their FIRST ratings. Both Snook and

Movie night set in Somerville

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The City of Somerville and Keep Somerville Beautiful are proud to present, “Movie Night at the Pazdral!” on Saturday, Aug. 24. Take the whole family with blankets or lawn chairs

Scouts plan back to school party

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Caldwell Cub Scout Pack 181 and Boy Scout Troop 181 will host a back to school party for current members and those who would like to join on Saturday, Aug.

TEA releases 2019 accountability ratings

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On Thursday, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) released its 2019 state accountability ratings for approximately 1,200 school districts and charter schools with Caldwell ISD getting a B rating, Snook ISD

Barry gets 50 years in murder

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A Caldwell man who pleaded guilty to first-degree murder in the January 2017 death of Emily Hacker was sentenced to 50 years in prison on Friday, Aug. 16, in Milam

Water summit addresses issues

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Post Oak Savannah GroundwaterConservation District (POGCD) members discussed their long-term roles in protecting the area’s aquifers last Wednesday at their annual groundwater summit at the Caldwell Civic Center. The issue