I’ve been around the block(s) with youth sports
Last week one of those “how did this ever get to be a national story?” stories got repeated countless times by television and Internet medias.
It was about a 12-year-old kid in New Jersey who quit his youth football team because his coach wouldn’t let him wear pink gloves to honor his mom, who has breast cancer. Full Story
Milam County once one-sixth the size of Texas
This is the second in a series of articles on the El Camino Real de los Tejas National Trail. N ative Americans were still active between 1755 and
1820, up to the beginning of colonization of Texas.
The French did have a presence in Milam County. Indians told of trading for supplies from the French. Full Story
Don’t miss the 100th birthday celebration
On Oct. 9, be a part of the 100th Birthday Celebration of the start of the First Tomato Clubs (girls 4-H) in Texas and the hiring of the First Home Demonstration Agent in Texas. Milam County holds the history titles for both milestones. Full Story