Polkas, banks, cotton and rattlesnake oil
This is the final column in a series on Buckholts. I n 1930 a group of people organized a Czech Dance Club.
They traveled to Austin with the John Kuzel orchestra. Full Story
INK IN THE BLOOD
Big windy, storyteller or entertainer?
Wa s ‘ Uncle’ Gus a big windy, a storyteller or an entertainer?
Actually, I know what I believe about ‘Uncle’ Gus but let’s get into my story-tellin’ about him and you can decide what you think he was. Full Story
SPOILIN’ THE BROTH
‘O Lord, we’re not talking about just a shower’
Neighbor Grover sez he used to wonder why sheep don’t shrink when it rains, but since it doesn’t rain any more he’s quit wondering. B oy it’s hot and dry in Rockdale. How hot and dry?
Thanks for asking.
• Yesterday I saw a mosquito carrying a canteen. Full Story
‘No show’ jurors will draw fine of $500
No doubt, one of the rights that we hold dear is the right to a trial by jury.
A r ticle 3, Section 2 of our Constitution, as well as the sixth amendment guarantee this right, However, to make this right become a reality law abiding citizens must assume their responsibility to serve on a jury from time to time. Full Story
MILAM COUNTY T.R.I.A.D.
Silver-Haired Legislators meeting in Austin
The Texas Silver-Haired Legislature (SHL) session is under way.
The Area Agency on Aging of Central Texas holds an election to fill seats for an area covering Bell, Coryell, Hamilton, Lampasas, Milam, Mills and San Saba Counties. Full Story