Horny Hills Cafe will soon be opening in Rocksprings. The cafe will be located in the building that was once Vaquero’s Mexican restaurant. Owners David and Judy Henry are excited to be starting their new venture, offering things such as BBQ, fried chicken and steak nights, as well as opening early for breakfast in the mornings.
The Devil’s Sinkhole Society hosted RISD first graders last week to a tour of the park and Visitors Center. Top back row l-r: Amandah Viera(student aide), Michael, Benecio, Eden, Taegan, Addie, Darian, Alejandro, Alizae, Amily, Harper, Mrs. Brown-teacher, Sky, (bottom l-r): Spencer, Reverdy, A’Marie, Destiny, Isaak, Mrs. Hernández-teacher
Rocksprings ISD First Graders paid a visit to their local National Natural Landmark and the Rocksprings Visitors Center.
RISD recently announced the 2021 graduating valedictorian and salutatorian.
Rocksprings Student Council saw a potential problem and they pursued a solution. The members of the Rocksprings Student Council (STUCO) expressed concern over fellow students who might be struggling with depression, anxiety, difficult situations or other things and they wanted to give them a way to get help. They also realized that there are likely as many people in the Rocksprings community and its visitors, who struggle with these issues, as well. Their solution? Design and have 55 two-sided signs made and then begin posting them around campus and the town.
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service’s Jake Thorne is stepping into a new role as a sheep and goat program specialist at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center, San Angelo.