Fifteen draw sentences in district court
CAMERON—Fifteen persons drew sentences last week in 20th District Court, according to Prosecutor Bill Torrey, who listed case dispositions as follows: Full Story
FROM THE BIKERS
Proceeds from the eighth annual Buddy Oney run, held, Dec. 14 and sponsored by Bad to the Bone Riders, were distributed as follows: Above, Rockdale Christmas Roundup accepts $4,000 worth of toys (L-R) Neal Ferrell, event organizer; Monique Gebhart, group volunteer; Ann King, Roundup president; Billie Oney, representing the Oney Family; Jocelyn Lewis, Roundup board member and Charles Starr, event organizer. At left, Milam County Child Protective Service accepts $2,918. From left, Charles Starr, event organizer; Monique Gebhart, CPS board member; Billie Oney, representing the Oney Family; Neal Ferrell, event organizer. Full Story
Family matters resumes Jan. 15
Family Matters, a series of information meeting for parents and students, resumes Jan. 15 in the fellowship hall of St. John’s United Methodist Church.
Raymon Puente, organizer, said Anita Anderson of Georgetown will bring the program. She is a gang specialist with the Williamson County Juvenile Probation Office. Full Story
Final turkey winners listed by Chamber
Here are the f inal turkey winners in the annual Christmas giveaway sponsored by the Rockdale Chamber of Commerce:
Cindy McBee, Classic Bank; Florene McDaniel, Atmos Energy; Terry Finn, Citizens National Bank. Full Story
Art by Jesse Vega, a freshman at Rockdale High School. Full Story
Routine final session for commissioners
Early voting hours approved for 2014 primaries
CA MERON—Milam C ounty commissioners met brief ly Monday morning for their final session of 2013 and disposed of a routine agenda in about onehalf hour.
Commissioners approved early voting hours for primary election balloting set for Feb 18-28. Full Story
There are some major changes going on at one of Rockdale’s landmark businesses. Renovation work is well under way at Miller Starnes Chevrolet-Buick. Full Story