Okay, what would your answer have been?
SPOILIN' THE BROTH
Neighbor Grover sez teach a child to be polite and courteous in the home and, when he grows up, he'll never be able to merge his car onto the freeway. Story of the week concerns Bob, a sociologist, who during a visit to a mental asylum, asked the director how the staff determined whether or not a patient should be institutionalized. Full Story
Art by Corolyn Holub, a junior at Rockdale High School. Full Story
Remains of old Spanish missions relocated
This is the 11th in a series on 18th-Century Spanish Missions in Milam County. After the murders, and the epidemic broke out at the Missions, Pedro Rabago y Teran, the uncle of Felipe Rabago y Teran, was sent to the Missions to replace Garza Falcon's position of Captain of the Soldiers. Full Story
Only scams bloom from this on-line 'flower'
MILAM COUNTY T.R.I.A.D.
The phrase "April showers bring May flowers" is familiar to most of us that fall in the category of the elderly. But, listen up, April is not the only way to receive f lowers in May. You may get a bill for flowers you did not order or want. Full Story
Voters should have say on gambling in Texas
One of the topics that appeared during this legislative session was gambling. If you log on to the Legislature On Line website and search for gambling, slot machines, horse racing or other wagering-related terms, a number of "hits" will pop-up on your screen. Full Story
Art by Esmeralda Salcedo, a fourth-grader at Rockdale Elementary School. Full Story
Literature and art reflect reality—good and bad
INK IN THE BLOOD
When playwright Hor- ton Foote died in early March, Texas and America lost not only a gifted writer, but also a great advocate for small towns. Foote grew up in Wharton and maintained a home there for his entire 92-plus years as well as homes in New York and New Hampshire. Full Story