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MOONED!—Maybe the crescent moon setting behind the packed Yoe Field home stands just before halftime was an omen for the Rockdale Tigers. Big Blue missed a chance to tie the game when a snap went awry at the Cameron one-yard line, Yoe went to the dressing room with a 7-0 lead and marched on to defeat the Tigers 35-13 in the annual battle for Milam County football supremacy. Yoe reclaimed the victory bell won by the Tigers in 2009. Big Blue will try to get back on the winning track at 7:30 p.m. Friday when RHS hosts Liberty Hill at Tiger Field. See sports pages, Section C, for full coverage of Rockdale, Thorndale and Milano athletics. Reporter/Mike Brown MOONED!—Maybe the crescent moon setting behind the packed Yoe Field home stands just before halftime was an omen for the Rockdale Tigers. Big Blue missed a chance to tie the game when a snap went awry at the Cameron one-yard line, Yoe went to the dressing room with a 7-0 lead and marched on to defeat the Tigers 35-13 in the annual battle for Milam County football supremacy. Yoe reclaimed the victory bell won by the Tigers in 2009. Big Blue will try to get back on the winning track at 7:30 p.m. Friday when RHS hosts Liberty Hill at Tiger Field. See sports pages, Section C, for full coverage of Rockdale, Thorndale and Milano athletics. Reporter/Mike Brown

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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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