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Milam County Commissioners are moving forward with renovations at the old Professional Building at the hospital.

COVID-19 cases have been on the rise over the last few weeks in Milam County.

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On Oct. 3 two of Milam County 4-H’s very own, Mason Leifeste and Stiles Patin, were the first to accomplish what no other 4-H or FFA livestock exhibitor has ever done.




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Lady Yoe Cross Country’s Yierra Flemings is looking for a big year in 2020.

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The Lady Yoe volleyball team held its annual Dig Pink event on Oct. 13 during the game with Troy.

Yoemen Team Tennis took on China Spring on Oct. 9.

Results are as follows:


Boys Doubles

Colby Barton and Joseph Munoz lost to Fulton/Varga 0-6, 1-6


For months we have talked about the new, one of its kind, telehealth station that is right here in Milam County.   

There is no question, talk is cheap. But there is another thing that is not cheap and that is your one and only right to vote!  

One of our priority focus areas is county support. What does this mean?


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The streets of downtown Thorndale were lined with cars on Oct. 3 as the annual Thorndale Car Show sponsored by the Thorndale Chamber of Commerce took place.

The Thorndale Lady Dogs (11-8, 10-3) clinched a spot in the state playoffs on Tuesday night with a win over District 25-2A opponent Milano.

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The planning has begun for the Thorndale Area Chamber of Commerce annual Christmas Tree Lighting on Highway 79 in Thorndale.  


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Mr. John Louis Kestenbaum, 65, of Austin, passed away Friday, Oct. 16, 2020.

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Harvey Fred Kelm passed away on Monday, Sept. 28, 2020, at the age of 98.  He was born on Nov.

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Linda Ann Davis took her first breath on March 31, 1941, in San Angelo and drew her last earthly breath and first breath in heaven on Oct. 19, 2020, in Kerrville with family by her side.

The Cameron Herald

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Cameron, Texas 76520

Phone: 254-697-6671
Fax: 254-697-4902