Rocksprings Record
Hallelujah! Some areas receive beneficial rain

Hallelujah! Some areas receive beneficial rain

By Carolyn AndersonFinally, after waiting for over five years, some of Edwards County and other...

Preparing for their 3rd Annual Fish Fry and Ranch Rodeo

Preparing for their 3rd Annual Fish Fry and Ranch Rodeo

Preparing for their 3rd Annual Fish Fry and Ranch Rodeo August 30th are our Rocksprings/ Edwards...

City Council addresses sidewalk grant and aging transfer station pump

City Council addresses sidewalk grant and aging transfer station pump

By Barbara HocuttThe City of Rockspring held their regular meting August 18th. Mayor Pauline...

U. S Customs &Border Patrol

U. S Customs &Border Patrol

Del Rio, Texas – U.S. Border Patrol agents working in the Del Rio Sector seized more than 1,700...


Hallelujah! Some areas receive beneficial rain

By Carolyn Anderson
Finally, after waiting for over five years, some of Edwards County and other adjoining areas received enough rain to make the draws run and the rivers to rise. Much of the northern and the eastern areas of the county boasted some 4 to 7 inches for totals of Sunday’s through Tuesday’s rains.

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Preparing for their 3rd Annual Fish Fry and Ranch Rodeo

Preparing for their 3rd Annual Fish Fry and Ranch Rodeo August 30th are our Rocksprings/ Edwards County Volunteer fireman (l-r top) Eddie Fraqnco, III, Al Scroggins, Dwight Faulk, Todd Weaver, Jeff Yeaman, (bottom l-r) Robert Underwood, Willy Richards and Paul Rupp. Not pictured Juan Martinez, Jerry Jones and Glynn Hendley.

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City Council addresses sidewalk grant and aging transfer station pump

By Barbara Hocutt
The City of Rockspring held their regular meting August 18th. Mayor Pauline Gonzales called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m.. Romana Bienek, city secretary, called the roll. Paula Gallegos led the Pledge of Allegiance. Council members Andrew Barnebey, Paula Gallegos and Alicia Arrendondo, city secretary Romona Bienek and billing clerk Maribelle Nombrano were present. Council members Zac Kerbow and Bebe Ramirez came in few minutes later.

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U. S Customs &Border Patrol

Del Rio, Texas – U.S. Border Patrol agents working in the Del Rio Sector seized more than 1,700 pounds of marijuana, with an estimated value over $1.3 million within a week. Aug. 7 at approximately 4:30 pm, agents from the Comstock Station were attempting to backtrack a group of suspected undocumented aliens east of the Shumla rest area when they witnessed several suspects running toward Mexico.

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School trustees tour newly renovated school

By Barbara Hocutt
Rocksprings Independent School District Board of Trustees held their regular meeting August 12th. President Brady Hyde opened the meeting at 7:02 p.m., called roll and led the invocation.

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