News
001p1.jpg Police fear local 9-1-1 service phase out
Changes could re-route all emergency calls through Sheriff’s department


002p1.jpg A gift that keeps on giving


003p1.jpg Allison named new RHS principal
Trustees okay $14M budget; will ask for bids on baseball field work


Society
030p1.jpg Purple Tigers roar again
Aycock grads hold reunion at Fair Park


031p1.jpg 71st Lagrone Reunion had special meaning


032p1.jpg Get out and enjoy a picnic but be careful with food
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Sports
063p1.jpg DD picks TT
Up and coming linebacker gives Red Raiders a verbal committment


064p1.jpg Lady Tigers lose second softball coach this year


Business
090p1.jpg WELDING SUPPLY


091p1.jpg Enjoy the green during early days of summer


092p1.jpg AAOCC DIVISION


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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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