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DECADE IN REVIEW

Some of our favorite fun images from the past 10 years

These desperadoes were waiting to hijack patrons on train rides during Alcoa’s 50th anniversary open house in September 2002. Local outlaws are: (top) Debbie Doud, J.T. Talley, Belinda Johnson, Tammy Snyder, Mike Grohosky; (middle) Ernest Garza, Elizabeth Doud, Bernie Doud, Harold Luckey and Jack Johnson; (children in front) Josh Doud, Chelsea Snyder, Sara Johnson and Trevor Snyder. These desperadoes were waiting to hijack patrons on train rides during Alcoa’s 50th anniversary open house in September 2002. Local outlaws are: (top) Debbie Doud, J.T. Talley, Belinda Johnson, Tammy Snyder, Mike Grohosky; (middle) Ernest Garza, Elizabeth Doud, Bernie Doud, Harold Luckey and Jack Johnson; (children in front) Josh Doud, Chelsea Snyder, Sara Johnson and Trevor Snyder.
Inaugural poker run in 2003 to benefit the Milam Association for Retarded Citizens. Since that year, the event has raised tens of thousands of dollars for the organization. Inaugural poker run in 2003 to benefit the Milam Association for Retarded Citizens. Since that year, the event has raised tens of thousands of dollars for the organization.
Above, former LBJ Press Secrtary Liz Carpenter “started with a laugh” and kept a crowd rolling. Friends of the Library has sponsored many author visits since 2003. Above, former LBJ Press Secrtary Liz Carpenter “started with a laugh” and kept a crowd rolling. Friends of the Library has sponsored many author visits since 2003.
At left, Santa (with a little help from Tom Loth) had a busy time at the Rockdale Love & Learning Center. Children, from front, are Andrew Woodward, Cayden Mcbride, Elicio Espinosa and a vocal Kaylee Criswell. At left, Santa (with a little help from Tom Loth) had a busy time at the Rockdale Love & Learning Center. Children, from front, are Andrew Woodward, Cayden Mcbride, Elicio Espinosa and a vocal Kaylee Criswell.

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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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