Bourbon House recipes will ‘get yer shrimp on!’
I just got back from vacation and I am still on “vacation time” so I don’t have time to fill you in on the juicy tidbits of our trip.
However, and I know this will come as a shock, Bill and I did manage to eat some great food!
One of Bill’s favorite restaurants of all time is Bourbon House on (where else?) Bourbon Street in New Orleans. Full Story
SPOILIN’ THE BROTH
Even in the interim, things work out for the best
Neighbor Grover sez it may only be his imagination, but he thinks buffalo wings taste just like chicken. A tip of the community hat to the Rockdale ISD Board of
Trustees for their tireless dedication to our youth. Full Story
Scottish immigrants took historic road to Milam
Editor’s note: This column continues a series based on the reminiscences of Dorothy McQuary Callaway, longtime resident of the Lilac community. J ohn McQuary, Scot t ish immigrant, came to America in 1746 when he was captured by the English after a battle in Scotland. Full Story
INK IN THE BLOOD
I watch shoot-em-ups, I own a gun — I don’t ‘kill’
A s I readily admit, I love Western movies. I’m also a big fan of mysteries, detective stories, both movies and TV series. I like reading both genres.
It’s what I was exposed to as a kid. Almost every movie I saw then was a Western.
My most favorite TV programs have been Westerns or crime/ detective tales. Full Story
MILAM COUNTY T.R.I.A.D.
‘Presidential widow’ isn’t asking for your help
Someone claiming to be Hajia Turai Yar’Adua says she desperately needs help because her husband is dead.
The deceased, Mr. Umaru Musa Yar’ Adua was president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria when he died May 5, 2010, of a heart attack. Full Story
County budget has three-cent tax hike
The proposed county budget for 2014 has been prepared and will be posted for public viewing at the County Clerk’s Office and on the county website at www.milamcounty.net on Friday, August 9. Full Story