Best-selling author comes home
unPlanned soared to No. 8 on non fiction listings
Rockdale’s Tejas Fest hosted one of the nation’s best-selling non-fiction authors for four hours Saturday at Christian Information Book Store, but Abby Brannam Johnson didn’t start out to become one. Full Story
GENEROUS DONATION–Milano Volunteer Fire Department received a nice surprise at their meeting Monday as members of the Liberty Community Church donated $1,000 to the group. Full Story
DANDY DELIGHTS— There were lots of these kinds of faces two days at Rockdale’s fifth annual Tejas Fest, most of them compliments of Hutto ventriloquist Dena Bratton and her “friend& Full Story
THEY KAY IS BACK!
THE KAY IS BACK!— One impromptu result of cold weather early Saturday was the return of an actual performance inside the Kay Theatre for the first time in about a half century. Full Story
Judge, mayors meet
County Judge Dave Barkemeter, mayors and city managers of Milam County’s five towns and a county commissioners recently met at 44 Farms near Marlow.
“I hope this will become a regular meeting of our Milam County city and county leaders to work together to help build a better place for all of us to live and work,” Barkemeyer said. Full Story
Local musicians participate in junior festival at UMHB
Local piano students participated in the National Federation of Music Clubs’ Junior Festival held at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Belton, on Feb. 26, according to their piano teacher, Dixie Whitmore.
More than 200 students from Central Texas performed at the festival in piano, hymn playing, voice and violin. Full Story
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