RISD has chosen its newest members of their high school and junior high cheer squads! We are proud of each one of these ladies who have put in a ton of time and work to get here. Chosen to represent our town of Rocksprings and help cheer on our Angora and Lady A teams are:
The 452nd Judicial District recently welcomed Austin Skero as its new District Attorney Border Prosecution Unit Investigator. Skero has over 30 years of law enforcement experience, most recently serving over 26 years with the United States Border Patrol. He began his law enforcement career in Kimble and Edwards counties and joined the Border Patrol in 1995. He was initially assigned to Brownsville, Texas but served on the northern and southern borders extensively. He also served two tours in Washington, DC at the Customs and Border Protection and US Border Patrol Headquarters offices. Skero retired July 31st as the Chief of the US Border Patrol’s Del Rio Sector.
Please help us in welcoming the newest staff members of RISD We are excited to see where the new school year takes the children of Rocksprings and the things they will learn from each of you! (top l-r) David Chidester, Arleen Rodriguez, Lamar Rodriguez, Kelton Bales, Kristi Newton, Erica Viera, Irma Coronado (bottom l-r) Brittany Castle, Skyler Hightower - Not pictured, Serena Whitewood
“Be Safe. Drive Smart.” campaign offers safety tips as children head back to school
Rocksprings Angora Football returned to the field Friday August 13th in the first scrimmage of the 2021 season. The Charlotte Trojans made the trip to Angora Stadium for some controlled action between two proud programs. Following the action,