Play for the Kay staging Saturday
‘Celebrity’ waitstaff on hand for dinner theatre, dramatic end to 6th Tejas Fest
The sixth annual Tejas Fest, which unreels this weekend in Rockdale, is expected to be the largest yet and it will certainly have the most dramatic finale.
An evening of drama, titled “Black and White and Read All Over,” will be presented in a dinner theatre setting at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Rockdale Intermediate School. Full Story
Biggest job in town....
How about the one Mario Gonzalez (L) and Jose Macias have, replacing planks on the huge and winding double fence at Valhalla Farms in the San Gabriel River bottomland? Full Story
School and city ballots contested
Full slate file on hospital board; deadline Monday
There are now contested school board and city council races on Rockdale’s May 12 ballots after a busy week of filing.
Monday is the deadline in what has turned into an active filing season which has now seen no less than three former elected officials come back to seek new terms, two of them in other jurisdictions. Full Story
3-year-old ‘accidentally smothered’
A three-year-old girl who died overnight Jan. 6-7 at a Wilcox Street residence was “accidentally smothered,” according to an autopsy report from the Travis County Medical Examiner.
Rockdale police say no charges are expected to be filed in connection with the death of Mercedes Curtis. Full Story
What A Grind
WHAT A GRIND— More than 6,000 pounds were crunched Friday Rotarians and volunteer RHS vocational agriculture students busy. Full Story
MCAD warns public over solicitations on exemption
What’s the old song, “It Ain’t Necessarily So?”
The Milam County Appraisal District (MCAD) is warning county taxpayers about mailers received by area residents which apparently offer to prepare unneeded documents relating to homestead exemptions for a fee. Full Story
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