NO SPRING BREAK FOR MAINTENANCE WORKERS AT RISD
It’s spring break in the Rockdale ISD for studens, teachers and administrators, even bus drivers, but it’s one of the busiest weeks of the year for the district’s maintenance personn Full Story
Alcoa, Luminant have court date May 17th
Twenty-one months after Alcoa filed a lawsuit against Luminant the two parties will finally get to face each other in a court of law.
Jim Hodson, Alcoa spokesman, told The Reporter
the case will come before 20th District Judge Ed Magre in Cameron on May 17. Full Story
‘BREAKFAST CLUB’ There were a lot of people enjoying breakfast in the Rockdale Elementary School lunchroom who were just a little bit older than the usual crowd on Friday. Full Story
‘Smart’ meters pass Oncor test
Oncor has released results from the first week of testing its “smart” meters in Bell County and the power distributor says it has found no significant differences between the new meters and those they replaced.
Chris Schien, Oncor spokesman, said the largest difference found bet ween old and new meters at 24 locations amounted to 20 cents per month. Full Story
MILAM COUNTY HEALTH
By PATSY GAINES Milam County Health Director A great deal of information about vaccinations is available to parents. This is good, because parents should have access to any information that will help them make informed decisions about vaccination.
However, information is sometimes published that is inaccurate or can be misleading when taken out of context. Full Story
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New sub scrib er s— Richard Hill, Cameron; SSG Marvin R Tindle, APO, AP; John Michael Coldiron, Cameron; Carolyn Shirley, Lexington; Lambert Skubal, Rockdale; Jack Downey, Carrollton; Spc Austin A King, APO, AE; Edward James Miller, Cameron; Lora Brown, Cameron; David Campbell, Cameron; Seth Hirt, Rockdale; Marjorie Crockett, Rockdale. Full Story