Little boys are so cute but oh, so gross
Bill and I took three little boys to Round Rock to see the “Holiday Lights” drive-thru show.
Of course, we took two year old grandson Reese. We also took nephew Agustine and his cousin, Emiliano, from Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico.
Emiliano goes to a private school and speaks wonderful english. Full Story
Travels with Dale (and Henry) more than just land
I t turns out I only thought I had seen Milam County, even though I’ve lived here for six decades.
Last week, as part of a feature story you can find on the front page of this week’s paper, I traveled around one-fourth of the county with Dale Jaecks, who is leaving his Precinct 3 commissioner position Monday after 24 years on the job. Full Story
History will continue to be made in 2013
A s we end 2012 and begin 2013 we take time to reflect the past eight years of National Historic Trail work in the county and state.
President George W. Bush signed El Camino Real de los Tejas National Trail into legislation on Oct. 18, 2004. National Parks Service developed the Comprehensive Management Plan. Full Story
INK IN THE BLOOD
Country dog…city dog, Sawyer adjusts
Recently, we gave up the river house in Central Texas to move close to our son.
It’s one of those things that people of advancing age have to face sooner or later, figuring that getting older means more health challenges. Full Story
SPOILIN’ THE BROTH
Fun in the classroom: kids tell it like it is
Neighbor Grover sez he can’t believe we put a man on the moon decades before we figured out it would be a good thing to put wheels on luggage. F ormer Rockdale Alcoan
Bob Taylor, now a retired Full Story