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Honoring the past

That’s what Saturday was all about as Texas Historical Commission markers were dedicated at Apache Pass and Sugarloaf Mountain. At left, Joe “Two Feathers” Ochoa, who has Apache blood, was one of three Native American reenactors on hand as Apaches “returned” to Apache Pass for the day. At right, a large crowd gathered under Sugarloaf—a prominent bluff on the Little River near Gause—for another marker dedication. Both venues are on the El Camino Real Historical Trail. See, page 1B.


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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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