News
001p1.jpg Still Big Blue
Band reunion draws hundreds to relive program’s ‘glory days’


002p1.jpg School bells to ring on Monday
Enrollment expected to be near last year’s in post-Alcoa town


Population estimates show Milam growth at 2 percent
While state, cities show jumps, rural Texas struggles to keep from losing population


Society
032p1.jpg The tourist becomes a traveller


033p1.jpg They do grow up way too fast


034p1.jpg IN-SERVICE


Sports
066p1.jpg Getting closer to the real thing
Tigers moved the ball well against Class 4A Elgin


067p1.jpg Tiger fans will see stars on Friday nights


068p1.jpg Lady Tigers score first win of season
Spikers claw their way back twice to secure victory


Business
Tax rebates down slightly
Two years after record rebate amount, declines continue for most


088p1.jpg ONE YEAR ‘INN’


089p1.jpg CHAMBER NEWS
Welcome back home to some new teachers


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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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