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Washington earns nursing degree

Claytonia DeAnn Washington, daughter of Carol and Caster Washington of Milano, recently received her bachelor’s of science degree in nursing from McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana.

Washington, a 2006 Milano High School graduate, will head back to McNeese in the fall to pursue a graduate degree to become a nurse practioner.

Easterwood awarded family’s third MBA

Terry Easterwood, son of Roy and Leta Easterwood of Temple, earned his degree as a master of business administration from Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School on May 15.

Easterwood, a 1976 THS graduate and 1980 Texas A&M graduate (with a bachelor’s of mechanical engineering), completed the Executive MBA program in The Woodlands while employed by Alcoa, with assignments in Point Comfort and Houston in supply chain and export operations.

He spent thirteen years in Alcoa’s Rockdale Operations, raising his family in Rockdale before taking an assignment in northwest Washington as a purchasing manager in 2003. He returned to Texas for the assignment at Point Comfort November, 2005.

Easter wood followed both of his children as graduates of the Mays Business School. His daughter, Laura Stanley, graduated with a marketing degree in 2003. His son, Jeff Easterwood, graduated from Mays’ Professional Program with a master’s of science in finance and bachelor degrees in management and accounting.

Terry is a registered professional engineer in Texas, and a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. He lives in Victoria with his wife, Renee.


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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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