Monthly Archives: May 2014

Preservation Month Wrap-Up

I know we have been serving up a huge helping of preservation topics for you to chew on during the month of May, and hopefully we haven’t bored you all with all this talk about preservation.  But in the process … Continue reading

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Saving Luling’s “Iconic Structures”

In honor of Preservation Month, I will continue tossing around preservation topics throughout the month of May which are relevant to Luling. I asked someone very dear to me if they had read the 1st preservation column a couple weeks … Continue reading

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Gone but not forgotten: The Old Luling High School Building

This is the third installment in the series where we reminisce about memorable buildings of Luling yesteryear that will not be making the journey with us into the 21st century. All around the country historic building restorations are becoming catalysts … Continue reading

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May dubbed National Preservation Month

  PRESENTATION – Mayor Mike Hendricks presents Shelly Moore of Main Street with a proclamation naming May National Preservation Month in Luling. Also pictures are from left, James Montgomery, Judy Hoffmeister, Martha Velasquez, City Manager Mark Mayo, Annie Gonzales, Jennifer … Continue reading

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Downtown Spring Spruce Scheduled

Hope everyone had a wonderful Easter weekend.   It is fun to watch the little ones scurry around looking for eggs that the “Easter Bunny” left behind.   That “Easter Bunny” brings much joy to the faces of our little ones, but … Continue reading

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