LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Ex-Rockdale resident’s dog ‘wins all events’ Dear editor,
Here’s a picture of “General Patton, who thinks he’s bigger than all five others here at the Sterling House in Waco.
Just thought Rockdale may be wondering about him. He wins all the contests here except for the tail-wagging. Full Story
What about the people who don’t pay any taxes?
Mr. Obama keeps telling us that everyone needs to pay their fair share and I am 100 percent in favor of that.
First, stop trying to add more and more taxes on the rich. The rich will find ways around them or just stop investing and creating new jobs. The money they already have they will sit on and wait until Obama and his taxes are gone. Full Story
Reporter gets thanks for Kay events stories
I hope that all of Rockdale and Milam County views The Reporter as I do, a national treasure.
Well, at least a regional treasure.
I can’t begin to thank you enough for all the great coverage of The Kay Theater spring series you have afforded the organization. Full Story
Thanks for supporting band spaghetti supper
I would like to personally thank each and every Rockdale community member for helping the Rockdale Band Boosters pull off another successful spaghetti supper fund raiser.
This was our biggest year ever.
From ever y musician who sold tickets to ever y parent, fami ly member, f r iend a nd neighbor who purchased them, thank you.
Thanks also to: Full Story
The Reporter welcomes letters to the editor on subjects of interest to our readers. Short letters are most likely to be chosen for publication.
The editor reserves the right to edit letters to meet space requirements, for clarity, or to avoid obscenity, libel or invasion of privacy. Full Story
Support DFC challenge to water district’s goals
Many residents may think the efforts by End Op, L.P., to pipe 71 million gallons of our water per day is not happening.
Quite the contrary, the plan to take Bastrop and Lee County groundwater is still viable and ordinary citizens are still asking how this could be good for our communities and the Carrizo- Wilcox aquifer that serves 12 million Texas citizens. Full Story
‘Veteran was a hero until he came home’
My husband is a decorated war veteran and has retired from the United States Army as a staff sergeant.
Since moving back home to Rockdale he has been met with nothing but harassment and closed doors. Full Story