Hot thoughts from a summer, uh fall, night
Warning to readers: Notes for this column were made about 3 a.m. during a sleepless night in an 86-degree house with a border collie trying to put her pointy nose in my note-taking hand.
So this column may be disjointed, nonsensical and foolish. Full Story
Davilla’s Rosenwald School dates back to 1913
Located west of the crossroads in Davilla Community, off FM 487 in the northwest quadrant of Milam County, between several residences and down a narrow dirt road, you will pass the Davilla’s Rosenwald School. Full Story
When you go macho to mod, how do you get back?
I t’s actually funny to watch the efforts of us guys to look and act macho or mod.
For a guy who grew up the son of a cattle-buyer-rancher-sometime farmer, although nothing was ever said, I believe my dad really wanted me to follow in his footsteps. I figured he thought journalists pronounced their profession with a lisp. Full Story
LCRA has history of investing in communities
Many of you know that the Lower Colorado River Authority generates electricity, provides raw water, operates parks and manages the beautiful Highland Lakes. But you may not know about LCRA’s long history of community involvement in the areas we serve. Full Story
So, they’ve mailed you $3.6 million in cash
Milam County residents are receiving e-mai ls from “ Worldwide Forwarders Security Packers.”
Visit this website for more information: www.jkowners.com/forum/ showthread.php?t=71969 It also prints many versions of the email opened in Cameron. Full Story
Bea’s Kitchen plans include raising price, for now
Back in 2008, the Williams Foundation requested that Milam County take over the oversight of Bea’s Kitchen after having established and funded that operation for a number of years. Full Story