2018-04-12 / Front Page
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The attention and quick thinking of two Lexington ISD teachers, David and Jennifer Mohr, helped save the Jatzlau home located at 6679 N. Highway 77 between Lincoln and Lexington. “We were driving by and David saw a house on fire,” Jennifer said. “He slowed down to pull over while I called 911 to report the fire.  More...

2018-04-05 / Front Page
Still has to be approved by City Council

The Lexington Economic Development Corporation heard a request from Kim Dowdy last Tuesday, March 27, for a grant to help turn The Dowdy House into an expanded office building that will house Kim Dowdy Insurance, The Dowdy House Antiques and Gifts, and Personal Touch Framing. Members voted to award her a $73,000 grant for the project.  More...

2018-03-29 / Police
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March 19, 2018 A caller advised that a 4 year old came into the ER with bruising and the father wanted a report for CPS. The ER notified CPS and stated the father would be at the Sheriff’s Office. Deputy Mastronardi met with the father and a report was taken. More...

2018-03-22 / Front Page
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Lexington City employees worked through the night one night last week, trying to get clean water back into the homes of their community. Weisinger Inc. More...

2018-04-12 / Front Page
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Meet one of Lexington’s newest officers, Tiffany Reyna. She may be dwarfed by the size of Chief Ted Walton, but she is BIG when it comes to upholding the law! More...

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