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2011 IN REVIEW

Some of our favorite Reporter images from the past year


Remember? A year that was unspeakably hot and dry was neither the morning of Feb. 4 as makeshift ‘snowplow’ frees US 79 from grip of two-to-three-inch snow. 
Reporter/Mike Brown Remember? A year that was unspeakably hot and dry was neither the morning of Feb. 4 as makeshift ‘snowplow’ frees US 79 from grip of two-to-three-inch snow. Reporter/Mike Brown

Leading the league in ‘cute,’ members of the Rockdale Youth Baseball League Astros find a variety of ways to fill time while waiting to be introduced at opening ceremonies in April. Leading the league in ‘cute,’ members of the Rockdale Youth Baseball League Astros find a variety of ways to fill time while waiting to be introduced at opening ceremonies in April.

Celebrity Paris Hilton (she’s the one in the middle) greets Billy Moreland (L) and Jason Worley at second annual Nocturnal Fest music festival at Apache Pass in May. Celebrity Paris Hilton (she’s the one in the middle) greets Billy Moreland (L) and Jason Worley at second annual Nocturnal Fest music festival at Apache Pass in May.

CSI? How about ‘cops per square inch?’ Seven officers from three different agencies converged on this vehicle at corner of Belton and Rice for drug bust in September. CSI? How about ‘cops per square inch?’ Seven officers from three different agencies converged on this vehicle at corner of Belton and Rice for drug bust in September.

Not a dry eye in the house, or on the stage, when Raymond Lawson announced the Masonic Lodge scholarship winner was his granddaughter, Kelsey Galbreath, at RHS Awards Day in May. Not a dry eye in the house, or on the stage, when Raymond Lawson announced the Masonic Lodge scholarship winner was his granddaughter, Kelsey Galbreath, at RHS Awards Day in May.

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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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