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IT GOES RIGHT HERE—El Camino Real National Historic Trail signs are going up soon in Milam County. How do they know where to place them? Like this. Joy Graham (R), local historian and trail association vice-president, confers with Bob Brinkman, head of the historical marker program at the Texas Historical Commission and Precinct 4 employee Cindy Galbreath in a Milam field. Milam County will be the first county along the historic trail, which stretches from Louisiana to the Rio Grande, to receive signs. 
Photo courtesy Dr. Lucile Estell IT GOES RIGHT HERE—El Camino Real National Historic Trail signs are going up soon in Milam County. How do they know where to place them? Like this. Joy Graham (R), local historian and trail association vice-president, confers with Bob Brinkman, head of the historical marker program at the Texas Historical Commission and Precinct 4 employee Cindy Galbreath in a Milam field. Milam County will be the first county along the historic trail, which stretches from Louisiana to the Rio Grande, to receive signs. Photo courtesy Dr. Lucile Estell

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The burn ban for Milam County has been lifted. Burning is always prohibited in the county's municipalities.


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