Citing a lack of rainy weather, the Bastrop County Commissioners Court extended the county-wide burn ban for another two weeks during last week’s regular meeting. During their previous meeting on
With a packed audience of farmers and veterans, the Elgin City Council approved an agreement with the farmer’s market for a permanent location, voted on a special use permit for
The Elgin Courier will dedicate a portion of the November 20th issue to honor the men and
women from this area who have served in the military.
On Sunday, October 6 at approximately 5:31 p.m., City of Bastrop police officers were dispatched to the 2200 block of State Highway 95 and a local hospital in reference to
A two-car wreck on FM 1704 last month resulted in one death. According to the crash report from the Texas Department of Transportation, investigated by the Department of Public Safety,
A local proposition on November’s ballot is seeking sales tax revenue for the Elgin region’s emergency services district; however, this possibility is causing some concern for the City of Elgin.
Many started their day on Main Street by standing outside and watching firefighters work after a suspected gas leak at Luigi’s Italian Restaurant caused an evacuation of most of the
The Lower Colorado River Authority’s plan to pump and sell groundwater in Central Texas will be challenged October 15, when a hearing on the authority’s permit application begins in Bastrop.
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