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Students in Mrs. Wagner’s kindergarten class listen as Dallas Cowboys Coach Jason Garrett reads “Friendship According to Humphrey” on Monday morning.

The Cameron ISD Board of trustees named Kevin Sprinkles as the lone finalist for superintendent during a meeting tonight.

The Milam County Health Department is partnering with the Texas Department of State Health Services Public Health Region 7, Texas A&M University, School of Public Health, EPI Assist Team, and p

Sports

The Yoemen's final district home game will be tomorrow, April 23, against Franklin with first pitch set for 7 p.m. A win would lock up second place in District for the Yoemen.

The Yoe High Tennis Team participated in the District Tournament this past week in Franklin with several earning placings.

The Yoe High track teams had a great showing at the 44 Farms Relays last Thursday.

The varsity girls placed third overall with 91 points.

Opinion

On Monday, April 1, I had the pleasure of meeting with Mr. Robert Allen, President & CEO of the Texas Economic Development Corporation; Mr.

With the weather creating an enjoyable outdoor environment, the community is coming alive.

For years our Texas Legislature has required counties to provide certain services for the citizens of the county such as indigent health care and indigent counsel.

Thorndale

Precinct 4 Commissioner Jeff Muegge and his staff have been working to replace the bridge on County Road 304 at Cottonwood Creek. The bridge washed out in December 2018.

The Thorndale Bulldogs (17-4, 6-0) remain atop the District 27-2A standings with a sweep over Granger.

The No. 5 Thorndale Lady Dogs (19-5, 9-0) shut out Bremond 15-0 on Tuesday night. The game lasted just three innings, being called early due to the run rule.

Obituaries

Manuel Contreras, 44, of Cameron, died Thursday, April 18, 2019, in a Temple hospital. 

Jimmie Morris Henry, 76, of Cameron died Friday, April 19, 2019, in a Cameron nursing and rehab center. 

Dora E. Dusek, 90, of Cameron, died Thursday, April 11, 2019, in a Cameron nursing facility. 

The Cameron Herald

The Cameron Herald
P.O. Box 1230
Cameron, Texas 76520

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