News
001p1_lg.jpg US 79 loop dropped from TxDOT's 'to do soon' list
Money to be reimbursed to county for aquisitions; stimulus never factored into project


002p1_xlg.jpg 11.2 INCHES
From driest drought to wet weekend


Split trustee votes assure baseball field improvements


Society
035p1_lg.jpg Dim-witted laments in our go-go world


036p1_xlg.jpg Murals depict cowboy/blacksmith
Local man's dad worked historic trail ride and Houston rodeo


037p1_xlg.jpg Queen and her court


Sports
057p1_lg.jpg Jackson the backbone of Cougars' surge


058p1_lg.jpg Rouse bent on building a solid foundation
Tigers are Raiders' first varsity opponent


059p1_xlg.jpg Big Blue squeegees Marlin
Steady dow npour dries up of fense


Business
082p1_lg.jpg Rains make for one relaxing long weekend


September sales tax rebates down for most
Local refund from state down almost 18% for month, but only 1.6% for the year


085p1_xlg.jpg ATOMIZER RECOGNIZED


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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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