NANO IN A NUTSHELL
Some treats you never want to end
Since son Ken and wife Chris and their boys Esten, 12, and Will, 10, moved to Fredericksburg, we often meet “halfway” when the boys are coming to visit. Their cousin Augie, 8, was visiting at their house last week, so we had three boys when we picked them up in Burnet. Full Story
Meadow Drive encounter one ‘for the birds’
t’s always something. Last week I was hurrying back to my office after a quick lunch at home and was driving down Meadow Drive.
I’ve done that thousands of times, of course, but when I got about even with Peace Lutheran Church I looked up through my windshield. Full Story
Summing it up: ‘Thanks Lilac School’ you done good!
Editor’s note: This is the third in a series of reminiscences by Dorothy McQuary Callaway on the former Lilac School. A c c ording to Dorothy
McQuar y Callaway, her life at Lilac School provided a modest curriculum, “readin’, writin’ and arithmetic.” Full Story
Tough decisions ahead in 2014 budget process
I , along with the other members of the commissioner’s court, have been working to prepare a balanced 2014 budget proposal that will be presented to you in the coming weeks. This has been a major challenge. Full Story
MILAM COUNTY T.R.I.A.D.
‘Medical Alert’ newest scam
The Better Business Bureau warns senior citizens to watch for medical alert devices being offered free, but personal data is requested.
Con artists are using many names, including Medical Safety Alert System, the Medical Safe Alert or the Senior Emergency Care. Full Story