Tuesday, August 14, 2018
Parents and students at Ben Milam Elementary got ready to kick off a new school year during Meet the Teacher Night on Aug. 7 at the school. Cameron ISD will begin a new year on Aug. 15. Meet the Teacher events are set for tonight, Aug. 9, at Cameron Junior High and Cameron Elementary and Aug. 20 at... + continue reading
Thursday, August 9, 2018
Cameron’s opening two matches the 2018 season did not go as planned, as the Lady Yoe dropped back-to-back contests to Lago Vista and Thrall on Monday.   The ladies were swept by the Lady Vikings, 25-22, 25-20 and 25-13, before falling to Trall, 25-18, 18-25, 20-25, 22-25 to begin the... + continue reading
Thursday, August 9, 2018
Yoe begins two-a-day practices   On Monday, the Yoemen got the first practice of the year under their belts. As you would anticipate for the first day of action, there was a lot of excitement in the air and things went well for the group as a whole.   “It was a great day one... + continue reading
Thursday, August 2, 2018
Future Yoe cheerleaders honed their cheer and gymnastics skills at the Yoe Cheerleader Mini Camp on July 28 at the YHS gym. The camp included a performance at the end of the day for all Yoe fans.   + continue reading
Thursday, August 2, 2018
Cameron ISD will provide breakfast and lunch free of charge to all students during the 2018-19 school year. The district made the announcement on July 30 saying that students at Ben Milam Elementary, Cameron Elementary, Cameron Junior High and Yoe High School under the National School Lunch... + continue reading

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08/14/2018
The Cameron City Council took a step towards an agreement with Cameron ISD to provide a resource officer for the district during its meeting Aug. 6. The council voted to move forward with looking into a possible interlocal agreement with CISD for the officer. CISD Superintendent Allan Sapp... + continue reading
08/02/2018
By Milam County Judge David Barkemeyer   The Commissioner’s Court has the proposed 2019 budget plan ready to be posted which includes a proposed three-cent increase in the 2018-19 county tax rate to 73 cents per $100 of valuation. I will be holding budget meetings around the county... + continue reading

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08/09/2018
Cameron’s opening two matches the 2018 season did not go as planned, as the Lady Yoe dropped back-to-back contests to Lago Vista and Thrall on Monday.   The ladies were swept by the Lady Vikings, 25-22, 25-20 and 25-13, before falling to Trall, 25-18, 18-25, 20-25, 22-25 to begin the... + continue reading
08/09/2018
Yoe begins two-a-day practices   On Monday, the Yoemen got the first practice of the year under their belts. As you would anticipate for the first day of action, there was a lot of excitement in the air and things went well for the group as a whole.   “It was a great day one... + continue reading
08/01/2018
Keen’s compete in the Tevis Cup Both Beth and Dale Keen competed in the Tevis Cup horse race this past week, and made admirable showings for their first time out. Both riders made it to the 50-mile mark before they had to pull out due to time restrictions.   “We just got behind the... + continue reading

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07/30/2018
The Thorndale ISD Board of Trustees recognized a group of business and community partners for their service to Thorndale ISD during its meeting July 16.  Superintendent Adam Ivy explained... + continue reading

One of four young ladies will be named Miss Thorndale tonight at 7 p.m. during the Thorndale Revue. Contestants are, from left, Madilynn Scruggs - sponsored by Gran’s Cafe; Ashton Kiesling - sponsored by K5 Fabrication LLC; Lauren Newton - sponsored by Thorndale Gattiwagon; and Madilyn Paulette Morton - sponsored by Morton Transportation.

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08/02/2018
By Milam County Judge David Barkemeyer   The Commissioner’s Court has the proposed 2019 budget plan ready to be posted which includes a proposed three-cent increase in the 2018-19 county... + continue reading