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Edwards County 4-H and Rocksprings ISD FFA shine at local Jr. Livestock Show

The Edwards County Junior Livestock Show was held Saturday December 11, 2021, at the Spud Tatum Show Barn. Marty Gibbs judged the exhibition steer class, market goats, Angoras, market lambs, rabbits, Little Britches Show, and market swine. 60 kids participated this year with almost 100 head of various species!

Council considers residents concern over Hotel Motel Tax and broken water line

A regular meeting of the Rocksprings City Council was held on Monday December 13th at City Hall. The meeting began at 5:31 p.m. and opened with the Pledge of Allegiance led by council member Kayla Talbot. In attendance were Mayor Lawanda Goller and council members Jordan Aguilar, Andrew Barnebey and Kayla Talbot. Council members Ray Franco and Homer Jimenez were not present.

Judge given authority to declare Burn Ban if necessary

Rex Johnson, Epp Epperson, Carl Hyde and Jimmy Rudasill (John M. Davis, Jr. not present at photo time) stand in front of the new Edwards County Jr. Livestock Show’s Wall of Fame and the Hillary Shanklin Memorial Branding Wall after being inducted as the inaugural class. Photo credit- Brenna Bissett

Judge given authority to declare Burn Ban if necessary

New Wall of Fame inductee, John M. Davis, Jr.

Judge given authority to declare Burn Ban if necessary

The Commissioners’ Court of Edwards County, Texas held an open meeting on December 14th at 9:00 a.m. at the Edwards County Courthouse.

The holiday season brings out the Elder Fraud scammer, warns AMAC

Getting ready for the annual junior stock show this Saturday-During the annual stockshow mandatory cleanup day, Brady Hyde and Tata Ortiz supervised Ethan Hyde, William Berry, Zach Hyde and Dryden Peterson on the roof of the Spud Tatum Junior Livestock Show Barn. The new gutters that were installed a year ago were full of debris. It was a dirty job, but the boys got it done. Thanks to everyone that came out to work!

The holiday season brings out the Elder Fraud scammer, warns AMAC

WASHINGTON, DC, Dec 3 – Tis the season to be jolly and for seniors to beware of fraudsters who target the elderly this time of the year. What makes older folk more susceptible to becoming targets for scammers during the holiday season? The consensus is that the older we get the more charitable we become, says the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC].

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