ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS YOU
‘ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS YOU’—That was the opening Kolar, Eve King, Angela Cardova, Autumn Montelongo, Jaycie Tannahill number, complete with choreography, as fourth graders at Full Story
City fixes ‘mess’ with replat of propery at intersecton
Rockdale City Council members took steps Monday to avoid a “future traffic nightmare” near the southern city limits.
The council voted unanimously to replat several lots, and a city street, and close part of another street around the Offield-Roberts area off FM 487. Full Story
DPS urges travelers to avoid Mexico
The Texas Department of Public Safety is urging Texans to avoid traveling to Mexico during the holidays. Full Story
Judge will re-appoint auditor; county to mull treasurer post
CAMERON—Milam County’s current auditor will apparently get to serve another two-year term in that post.
District Judge Ed Magre said last week he would appoint Lara to another two-year term.
If she accepts the appointm ent, and resigns as treas urer, Milam County commissioners have a decision to make. Full Story
Two hurt in rollover
Two persons were treated in the emergency room of Richards Memorial Hospital, following a one-vehicle accident Monday afternoon.
Trooper Ernest DelBosque said a vehicle operated by Devana Warner, 22, of Rockdale rolled over on US near the roadside park just north of Rockdale at 5:40 p.m.
Warner and a passenger, infant Aiden Warner, to taken to RMH by AMR ambulance. Full Story
Toy safety starts with knowing about recalls
Millions of toys are manufactured every year. While the large majority of them are safe for child use, a few slip through the cracks and are deemed unsafe after they hit the store shelves. To ensure that the toys children are playing with will provide years of safe enjoyment, parents and caregivers can keep abreast on product recalls. Full Story
Sobering statistics on holiday drinking, driving
This year, 1,200 people will lose their lives during the holiday season as a result of alcohol-related traffic accidents.
The U.S. Department of Transportation reported that from 2001 to 2005, an average of 45 people died each day during the holiday season. Full Story