Coincidence or not, Friday was still kinda scary
Whoever coined the phrase “there is no such thing as coincidence; there is only the inevitable,” meet Feb. 15, 2013. Full Story
El Camino signs going up, tourism task ahead
A s you travel around Milam County look for the El Camino Real de los Tejas National Trail signs.
These signs will be placed on 16 locations on the upper and lower routes of the trail. See page 6A. Full Story
INK IN THE BLOOD
Unfortunately, sales people get bum rap reputation
“B oy, have I got a deal for you! Full Story
SPOILIN’ THE BROTH
Tithing right along with the new technology
Neighbor Grover sez wrinkles are something other people have and they closely resemble his character lines. T echnology is changing so fast I guess someone was going to calculate how it will impact church services. Full Story
MILAM COUNTY T.R.I.A.D.
‘Seniors scamming seniors’ becoming common
Some senior citizens are now doing the scamming, so now a victim must protect their financial well being from people their age or older.
An AARP survey found 90 percent of the victims are men. A North Carolina couple, the Kepleys, lost $700,000 to a balding, heavy set man wearing a business suit. He was introduced as a financial planner. Full Story
County lists 10 top taxpayers for 2012
A t the January commissioners court meeting, Craig Morgan from the law firm of McCreary, Veselka, Bragg, and Allen, that is in charge of delinquent tax collection for Milam County, reported that as of Dec. 31, 2012. 98.9% or $10,523,864 of ad valorem taxes had been collected. Full Story