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SACRIFICES REMEMBERED

Reporter/Mike Brown Reporter/Mike Brown Art Free, master of ceremonies, remembers Milam County's war dead during Monday's ceremony at the Wolf Park pavilion downtown, sponsored by American Legion Carlyle Post 358. Looking on (L-R) are fellow post members Otto Brogger and Ernest Garza. Names of 233 Milam residents, who died in the nation's wars, were read. Names included Hicks and James Carlyle, who died in the final days of World War I. The post is named for the Carlyles. See page 5A.


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The burn ban for Milam County has been lifted. Burning is always prohibited in the county's municipalities.


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