In 1984, the Rocksprings Woman’s Club sponsored the local historical classic, “The History of Edwards County,” This lengthy tome is the go-to book to find out just about anything and everything to do with Edwards County. At last count, there were 17 of these tomes still available for purchase for the price of $150.00 each.
RHS senior Chris Flores claimed a District Cross Country title and medal Tuesday morning in Medina. Senior Paige Elliott placed 2nd. Photo by Kayla Talbot
COVID-19 has thrown most of our world into a tailspin on the school level including the Rocksprings Independent School District. No matter how safe or how many precautions we take, it appears it is going to find its way in. I want to assure all, Rocksprings ISD has taken significant steps to ensure the safety of its students and district employees. We take the temperatures of all students who enter our building every morning and if they have a temperature of 100 degrees or more, they are not allowed to attend school. All teachers and staff must wear masks at all times when around students. All facilities are sanitized every evening including the district buses and vehicles. We have signs everywhere indicating what all needs to be done while at school. There is hand sanitizer everywhere. We have students wash their hands regularly during the day.
U.S. and Mexican Law Enforcement Conduct Operations to Deter Lasing of Aircraft along the U.S. – Mexico Border
SAN ANTONIO, TX – This week, law enforcement authorities in the United States and Mexico participated in coordinated law enforcement operations seeking to identify individuals lasing aircraft along the U.S. - Mexico border from Del Rio, TX/Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila to Eagle Pass/Piedras Negras.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, early voting has been expanded an extra week for the November 3rd election. Early voting began Oct. 13 and runs through this Friday, Oct. 30.