SPOILIN’ THE BROTH
5th Tejas Festival, 4th car show big for our town
Neighbor Grover sez it was so cold overnight last Thursday that his wife’s teeth were chattering so loud they woke him up, and her teeth were in a glass on her bedside table. Full Story
Miss Rena Perry could make a piano talk
This column continues a series on women from Milam County history. R ena Perry used her gifted musical talents by serving as a pianist for many organizations and teaching many piano students in the area.
She was born in 1878 and was the wife of Carroll M. Perry. They had one son, Sam, who moved to Dallas as an adult. Full Story
INK IN THE BLOOD
First ‘fun’ domed stadium sadly sits vacant
Houston’s Reliant Astrodome (at least that’s what they call it now) sadly sits vacant next to a newer covered facility. But, it was the first domed stadium ever built.
It was k now n simply and informally as The Astrodome when it opened in 1965. Full Story
MILAM COUNTY T.R.I.A.D.
They’re collecting a debt she doesn’t owe
A Milano resident, B.G., is receiving regular notices from RJM Acquisitions LLC. The name is wrong and the place of residence, during the supposed debt they are harassing her for, is El Paso.
She and her husband never lived in El Paso. Full Story
Field offices of the state
A s I’ve begun to experience county government first hand, and am tr ying to understand the relationship of local government to state government, particularly as I’m now experiencing the county vs. municipal version of local government, well, to say the least it’s been a little confusing.
There are so many things that the county must do for the state. Full Story