Art by Christina Povoa, a senior at Rockdale High School. Full Story
‘Planned community’ at Alcoa site would be economic mega boost
Chances are good the Rockdale business community is still collectively pinching itself after Alcoa’s announcement last week that the company wants to sell 11,000 acres of its former Rockdale Operations through Velocita Holdings. Full Story
Breakfast (all campuses)
Cereal, toast, breakfast bar, jelly and milk offered daily.
Wednesday—Sausage biscuit, apricot halves.
Friday—Pancake and sausage on a stick, syrup. Full Story
SCARECROW BUDDIES–To get into the spirit of fall, members of Jana Dodd’s Kindergarten class at Rockdale Elementary School made a new friend, a scarecrow. Full Story
named to TSTC list
WACO–Four Rockdale residents have earned a place on the President’s Honor Roll for the 2010 summer semester at Texas State Technical College. Full Story
BAND FAVORITES–The Rockdale High School Big Blue Band 2010 beau and sweetheart were announced at Friday’s Rockdale-LaGrange football game. Full Story
RHS STUDENT OF THE WEEK
Rockdale High School teachers have selected senior Hannah Streck to be Student of the Week. The daughter of Kurt and Jamie Streck, she was nominated by physics teacher and volleyball coach Jason Williams, who believes that she is one of the most responsible students on campus. Full Story
Milano Exes annual reunion raises $2,000 for scholarship fund
MILANO—Eighty-nine former students, family members and friends gathered Saturday for the annual Milano Exes’ Reunion. Although the attendance was down from last year, the generosity was still there as the eight-item live auction conducted by Ray Cass brought $347 and a silent auction raised $437. Full Story
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RHS Class of 2001
The Rockdale High School Class of 2001 is looking for graduates for a 10-year reunion next summer. Full Story
A&M announces formation of National Biosecurity Foundation
Enhancing national security against infectious diseases, bioterrorist attacks
HOUSTON—Texas A&M University System announced the formation of the National Biosecurity Foundation, a nonprofit corporation with the mission to provide comprehensive, integrated solutions to enhance biosecurity against naturally emerging infectious diseases and bioterrorist attacks. Full Story
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