Art by Ravjir Gill, a senior at Rockdale High School. Full Story
‘I’ll take a vacuum cleaner, the blue jeans and the baby’
Actually the baby (lower right) wasn’t for sale but just about everything else was Saturday as Rockdale hosted its annual Citywide Garage Sale. Full Story
SPOILIN’ THE BROTH
Words for a nation to live by
Like you, I’ve seen hundreds of photos over the years of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., and also many of the Jefferson Memorial, but nothing prepared me for just what awesome spectacles they are.
Just as I said last week, it took me almost 75 years to work in a visit to the nation’s capitol, and it was so worth the wait. Full Story
ENGAGED—Bobby and Vicki Moore of Rockdale announce the engagement of their daughter, Valarie Katherine Moore, to Andrew Russell Willingham, son of Gary and Cindy McDaniels of Thorndale and Anita Full Story
Taken from community calendars.
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Sept. 9—Wesley Rasco, Bill Jones, Luanne Lockhart, Rozalyn Dixon.
Sept. 10—Dr. Marc Catalina, Pete Catalina, Sydnie Paige Smith, Cheyenne Chrystine Wall, Joeva Powell, Brittany Sulak, Francie Herring, Roy Noack, Jeremy “Bo” Jones, Barbara Nelson. Full Story
David Brazeal and Samantha Morris.
Haley Marie Pulido and Alexis Pulido.
Lisa Kay Strelsky and Richard Derik Strelsky.
Annissa Ann Hubnik and Wayne Stanley Hubnik.
Crystal Lynn Taylor and Trenton Colby Taylor.
K. Donell Grabener and Misty Dawn Grabener. Full Story
Founders Day draws hundreds
There are so many expressions of “thank you” that need to be said about the participation in the Gause Community Improvement Program (CIP) Founders Day activities that happened Saturday. We had a great crowd to attend and appreciate everyone who had a part in making this day a success. Thanks to all of you who attended. Full Story
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Monday—Spanish rice casserole, squash medley, whole wheat bread, emerald pears, 2% milk.
Tuesday—Grilled chicken salad, copper penny salad, bread or roll, lemonade pie, 2% milk.
Wednesday—Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, seasoned broccoli, whole wheat roll, rocky road pudding, 2% milk. Full Story
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Special Needs group
fun day set Sept. 18
Fun, food and fellowship are planned for families with children with varied disabilities here from 2 until 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 18 at the main pavilion at Fair Park. Full Story
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Ford reunion held
MILANO—The families of Charlie Franklin and John Wesley Ford met on Sunday, Sept. 5 at the Community Center in Milano for their 59th reunion. Full Story
HO-HO-HO!—One of the many don’t miss locations Saturday in Rockdale’s annual community garage sale day was the former Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home which drew browsers both inside a Full Story
MY LITTLE PONY—
MY LITTLE PONY—Six-year-old Kendall Sheppard, daughter of Kenneth and Melanie Sheppard of Gause, along with her horse Hershey, were “pretty in pink” as part of the trail ride during Full Story
‘Dutch treat’ on tap t his weekend
Chiara Kohlenberg of Rockdale
will welcome five cousins from
The Netherlands Saturday and
Sunday at her home.
They are Natalia Bronk-Van
Beersum, Hub Kuster, Sabrina Full Story
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Janice King, Rockdale; Rhonda Middleton, Rockdale; Andrew Owens, Mineral Wells; Karen Dixon, Rockdale; W H Sempe, Jr., Houston; Gary Gladd, Gause; Corolyn Holub, Austin; Don Theode, Clifton. Full Story
Keeping your horse cool in summer
CCool as a cucumber…but what if you are a horse! Summer heat and humidity can be a dangerous combination for active horses.
“Heat and humidity affect t he horse, and w it h intense exercising, the excess heat has difficulty dissipating,” noted Dr. Glennon Mays, clinical associate professor at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Scie Full Story