Some of the guys who gave our streets names T
he photo you see with this column is an old one. I found it in the 1963 Reporter files while looking for information on Rockdale’s library.
It’s 10 of our area’s preachers and it was taken during a meeting of the Ministerial Alliance in March of that year. Full Story
It’s beginning to feel a lot like Summer!
Well parents of Milam County Graduates, Friday is nearly here. Are you ready yet?
I remember the end of the year for graduating Seniors was incredibly busy!
From what I am hearing from all my friends with soonto be-graduates, this year is no exception.
I know in my family, nephew Kevin has had back to back events and he is just a Junior. Makes me wonder about next year! Full Story
SPOILIN’ THE BROTH
Coaches, thankfully, have a sense of humor
Neighbor Grover sez he went to a fight the other night and a hockey game broke out. C oaches have proven over the years to not only be good organizers, strategists and motivators, but also to possess wit. I would think a sense of humor is an asset in any profession, but a necessity in coaching.
So here are some quotes to prove the point: Full Story
MILAM COUNTY T.R.I.A.D.
Homeland Security program June 4 in Milano
The following announcement is for the elderly living in Milam County specifically, however, the invitation applies to all.
The Milano Senior Citizens is hosting the Milam County Homeland Security program presented by the Milam County Triad June 4. Full Story
Cutbacks made in Milam to HCCAA programs
I sit on the board of directors of Hill Country Community Action Association which administers a number of government funded programs which affect Milam County. I’m public sector representative and finance committees. Full Story
INK IN THE BLOOD
Webb family worked WITH ‘The Help’ at our house
My family’s experience with The Help predates the movie’s time setting by 15-20 years.
If you grew up in the south and had African-American ‘help’ in your home, then you probably saw and understood the movie. Full Story
‘Shop at home’ didn’t work in 1934
Editor’s note: This is first column on remarkable Rockdale businessman Fred Palmer, a well known local personality in the first part of the 20th Century. F red Palmer was a resident of
Rockdale in the late 1800’s.
He owned a very popular business located at the corner of Davilla and Main Street. Full Story
Move or set family boundaries
Dear Dave, Full Story