Here comes the big Rockdale Fair
The 2011 Rockdale Fair and Rodeo ought to look a lot like the 2010 event Thursday through Saturday and that’s just fine with Rockdale Fair Association directors.
“We’ve got pretty much the same events on tap,” James Birkhead, RFA president, said. “The 2010 Fair was one of our most successful ever.” Full Story
Stars in their eyes
For a lot of different reasons. Above, Morgan Fischer (seated) was crowned Miss Rockdale Fair Queen Saturday in the annual pageant in the RHS Auditorium. Full Story
Drug raids nab 21
8 sought; house near RHS target
Rockdale Police and the Milam County Sheriff ’s Department swooped dow n on t wo su spected drug- dealing locations Saturday and Monday as part of an eight-month, large-scale drug sting operation.
By Wednesday 21 persons had been arrested, including nine Rockdale residents. Full Story
SENIOR CITIZENS MENU
Two percent milk served daily.
Monday— Beef steak fingers, cream gravy, black-eyed peas, seasoned greens, whole wheat bread, pineapple tidbits.
Tuesday— Chicken fried rice, oriental vegetables, orange wedges, reduced-calorie lemon cake.
Wednesday—Beef tips and mushrooms, macaroni and cheese, steamed broccoli, wheat bread, pudding. Full Story
MVFD FIRE PREVENTION—Representatives of the Milano Volunteer Fire Department delighted youngsters at Milano Elementary School last week with a fire prevention program. Full Story
Milano homecoming court announced
Milano’s homecoming football game is set for Friday, Oct. 28 and the new homecoming queen will be crowned during halftime ceremonies. Queen nominees are seniors Desiree Adrian, Brittany Barnett, Elizabeth Keller and Arianna Douglas. Class duchesses are junior Raighley Shaw, sophomore Victoria Garcia and freshman Halle McManess. Full Story
In an era of police blotter athletes, McCoy gives back
While the media is overflowing with the current missteps of the latest batch of overpaid children (professional athletes), here’s a story that was ignored because no one got shot, stabbed or arrested.
Just a simple act of unselfishness and caring. Full Story
Tigers Tame Tigers
Late Smithville rally hands Big Blue second league loss
With all three of their wins being of the comeback persuasion, the Rockdale Tigers are familiar with the ups and downs the fourth quarter scoreboard can bring.
Friday night, the clock ran out.
Scoring twice in the final 5 minutes, 49 seconds, Smithville rallied for a 21-14 victory as Rockdale celebrated its homecoming. Full Story
Hall of Honor fills up with all-state players
Locklin, ‘King Tuck’ part of roadblock defense
This is the third in a series of articles on the 11 members who will be inducted into the Rockdale Sports Hall of Honor Oct. 28. The public is encouraged to attend the banquet which will be held at the high school cafeteria beginning at 4 p.m. K erry Locklin and James Full Story
GIVING MOOD—Miller-Starnes Chevrolet Buick gave $500 each to the Rockdale Band and Rockdale Athletic Booster Clubs on Friday night during halftime the Rockdale-Smithville football game. Full Story
Luminant CAP group gets mining lesson, facility update
Meeting for the first time since April, the Luminant Community Advisory Panel (LCAP) gathered in Giddings in September for a Mining 101 lesson in addition to the usual updates on the Sandow Power Plant and Three Oaks Mine. Full Story
FOUNTAIN OF FUN—Katie Harkreader of Lexington enjoys some of the tasty treats at Saturday’s Chocolate Lovers Festival held on the square in downtown Lexington. Full Story
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