Starting a new chapter
After nearly 30 years with DPS, Doug Kunkel is moving on
A s the end of 2010 comes to a close, it seems an appropriate time to reflect on the past. For Milam County native Doug Kunkel, he began that process back in July as he retired from the Texas Department of Public Safety after an eventful 29- year career. Full Story
WORD FROM THE WIFE
With 17 around the table, menu was long, varied
I hope you had a fun and busy holiday(s) like we did. We had about 17 people and 4 dogs for several days to help us celebrate and enjoy each meal and activity.
We had a pug, a shih tzu (both dressed in their fancy sweaters and finery), and two mutts (totally naked) and, thankfully, they all got along fine (the dogs, not the people— just kidding). Full Story
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Dec. 30—Dorsie Wilson, Cole Broadus, Zachary Doonan, Gladys Roberts, Kaylor Eschberger, Jeff Noack, Doyle Moore, Waylon Allen. Full Story
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Tuesday—Lasgana bake, green beans, carrot raisin salad, whole wheat bread, hot spiced apples, milk.
Wednesday—Baked chicken, orange glaze carrots, steamed cabbage, cornbread, fruit, milk.
Thursday—Roast beef, hot potato salad, garden mix vegetable, whole wheat bread, fruit gelatin, onion slice, milk. Full Story
Among the many volunteer helpers making deliveries for Christmas Roundup last week were the “Blue Foxes” of Rockdale Boy Scout Troop 790. Full Story
Douglas Mantey and Theresa Barfield.
Steven Willenborg and Traci Sires.
Paul Bullock and Angela Powell. Full Story