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Grape Expectations: On the wing of a dove

When your backyard plantings inspire your dreams for retirement, and you name your future dream after the cinnamon-colored wings of the Inca dove, where else would you look for land other than the Dove Capital of Texas: Hamilton, Texas?. Hamilton is a quaint town founded in 1858 that sits about...
HAMILTON, TX
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lampasasdispatchrecord.com

Hamilton EMS awarded contract for county ambulance services

After several rounds of negotiations, county officials have chosen Hamilton County Hospital District EMS as the new ambulance service for Lampasas County. The rural-based provider will begin its services in October. The current EMS provider, Acadian Ambulance, has served the county for almost seven years. Acadian purchased Capital EMS in July 2015, and several months later the Lampasas County…
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thehamiltonherald-news.com

Lela Mae Pietzsch

Lela Mae Pietzsch, 95, went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Wednesday, July 20, 2022, at the Focused Care Nursing Home in Hamilton surrounded by her loving family. Lela Mae was born Sept. 12, 1926, in Gentrys Mill in Hamilton County, one of two children of...
HAMILTON, TX
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Locals indicted in meth sting

Twenty-two individuals, including some with ties to Erath County, were recently federally indicted on charges of meth trafficking. The case began in 2019 when Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office ID’ed a criminal enterprise operating in several central Texas counties including Erath, Hamilton, Comanche, Hill, Bosque, Tarrant, Dallas, Bexar and Hood.
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22 in central, north Texas indicted on federal meth trafficking charges

HAMILTON COUNTY, Texas (KWTX) - The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday announced “Operation Long Reach” led to the federal indictment of 22 individuals, most from Central Texas, in a methamphetamine trafficking scheme allegedly responsible for the distribution of more than 1,000 pounds of meth with a street dealer value in excess of $24 million.