An 1860s Kitchen, Dutch-Oven Cooking, One Room Schoolhouse, Mountain Men, 3 real Cannons, Texas Rangers, Outlaws & Lawmen, Dulcimer Band, Alamo Bobbin Lacers, Quilt Drawing, Book Sale, Food/Drink (Soup Beans, Cornbread, Hotdogs, Sodas, Water, Etc.), Mercantile with homemade gifts (Jams/Jellies, Soap, Crocheted Items, Candy, etc.)….these are just a few of the things you’ll find at the History Fair November 4. Continue reading “History Fair in Lytle Nov. 4”
Faces Additional Charges for Allegedly Killing Vultures
Texaas Parks & Wildlife Press Release– A Lampasas County grand jury has returned an indictment against a Bend, Texas, man on two counts of killing bald eagles, a protected non-game animal. The 82-year-old man also faces additional charges alleging he captured and killed numerous other non-game birds, including black vultures and turkey vultures.