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And that’s ironic because the score of the “1812 Overture” actually calls for cannons, but drums took their place Thursday night for the finale of the RHS Bands Spring Concert with all bands combining forces. Directors Adrian Acevedo (center, top) and Lance Walker said well over 100 young musicians in the beginners (sixth grade), seventh and eighth-grade and RHS bands teamed up for the final number, An appreciative crowd of parents and supporters responded with a standing ovation. Each band also performed individually. Acevedo and Walker also announced a number of awards during the concert. (See page 3B). 
Reporter/Mike Brown And that’s ironic because the score of the “1812 Overture” actually calls for cannons, but drums took their place Thursday night for the finale of the RHS Bands Spring Concert with all bands combining forces. Directors Adrian Acevedo (center, top) and Lance Walker said well over 100 young musicians in the beginners (sixth grade), seventh and eighth-grade and RHS bands teamed up for the final number, An appreciative crowd of parents and supporters responded with a standing ovation. Each band also performed individually. Acevedo and Walker also announced a number of awards during the concert. (See page 3B). Reporter/Mike Brown

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The burn ban for Milam County has been lifted. Burning is always prohibited in the county's municipalities.


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