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IT’S A FRAMEUP—Boosters of the El Camino Real National Historic Trail in Milam County recently presented the commissioners court with framed maps detailing the trail signs placed around the county. Milam is the first county along the trail to receive signs. From left, Steven Gonzales, executive director of the ECR Trail Association, commissioners Chuck “Tank” Balch (Precinct 1) and Kenneth Hollas (Precinct 2), County Judge Dave Barkemeyer, commissioners John Fisher (Precinct 3) and Jeff Muegge (Precinct 4) and local historian Joy Graham. 
Photo courtesy Dr. Lucile Estell IT’S A FRAMEUP—Boosters of the El Camino Real National Historic Trail in Milam County recently presented the commissioners court with framed maps detailing the trail signs placed around the county. Milam is the first county along the trail to receive signs. From left, Steven Gonzales, executive director of the ECR Trail Association, commissioners Chuck “Tank” Balch (Precinct 1) and Kenneth Hollas (Precinct 2), County Judge Dave Barkemeyer, commissioners John Fisher (Precinct 3) and Jeff Muegge (Precinct 4) and local historian Joy Graham. 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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