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HELPING HANDS—Members of Milano High School’s National Honor Society and the student council organized a clothing and food drive to help the victims of recent wildfires in Texas. The community came out and supported the drive, donating various types of non-perishable items, blankets, clothing and more, including $255 in monetary donations. Pictured are (front row, L-R) Brandon Garza, John Jentsch, (second row) Hunter Gage, Treyton Steinbecker, Hayleigh Lagrone, Dylan Eastland, (third row) Elizabeth Serna, Desiree Adrian, Victoria Walker, Elisabeth Thomason, (fourth row) Lyndsie Gray, Jacob Willingham, Travis Gage, Trevor Gage, Stonie Guthrie, (back row) Phillip Rasco, Jordan Millar, Alex Ferrara. HELPING HANDS—Members of Milano High School’s National Honor Society and the student council organized a clothing and food drive to help the victims of recent wildfires in Texas. The community came out and supported the drive, donating various types of non-perishable items, blankets, clothing and more, including $255 in monetary donations. Pictured are (front row, L-R) Brandon Garza, John Jentsch, (second row) Hunter Gage, Treyton Steinbecker, Hayleigh Lagrone, Dylan Eastland, (third row) Elizabeth Serna, Desiree Adrian, Victoria Walker, Elisabeth Thomason, (fourth row) Lyndsie Gray, Jacob Willingham, Travis Gage, Trevor Gage, Stonie Guthrie, (back row) Phillip Rasco, Jordan Millar, Alex Ferrara.

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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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