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Master Sgt. Charles L. Price III, a Cameron native killed in Afghanistan two weeks ago, came home Friday. At right, the Price family walks up to the hearse at Dorsey-Keatts Funeral Home as the honor guard prepares to remove the coffin. The massive escort through the streets of Cameron included Sheriff David Greene and members of the Milam County Sheriff’s Department, members of the Cameron Police Department and Volunteer Fire Department, a Patriot Guard motorcycle escort from Waco and an American Legion honor guard from Bryan. Funeral services were held Saturday at Cameron First Baptist Church. 
Photo courtesy Bruce S. Vay Cameron Herald Master Sgt. Charles L. Price III, a Cameron native killed in Afghanistan two weeks ago, came home Friday. At right, the Price family walks up to the hearse at Dorsey-Keatts Funeral Home as the honor guard prepares to remove the coffin. The massive escort through the streets of Cameron included Sheriff David Greene and members of the Milam County Sheriff’s Department, members of the Cameron Police Department and Volunteer Fire Department, a Patriot Guard motorcycle escort from Waco and an American Legion honor guard from Bryan. Funeral services were held Saturday at Cameron First Baptist Church. Photo courtesy Bruce S. Vay Cameron Herald

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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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