The Rocksprings Woman’s Club has chosen Susie Rudasill Moore as the 2019 Edwards County Old Settler’s Queen. Susie was born in the Edwards County Hospital on May 26, 1953 to
Hail pretty well stripped the trees, ruined gardens and caused other damage out northeast of Rocksprings last Thursday.
Photo by Hillary Shanklin
Poor Melody encountered a rattlesnake this past week here in Rocksprings. She is the pet of the Blake Satterfield family.
2019-2020 Rocksprings Junior High Cheerleaders attending cheer camp this week are Aubrey Garcia, Rachel Gavlik, Gracie Greene, Ciara Infante, D’Ana Infante, Scotlyn McDonald, Breanna Satterfield and Kallee Sifuentes. 2019-2020 Rocksprings High School Cheerleaders are Ruby Barrera, Kiyarrah Burgess, Zoe Burleson, Mia Franco, Suzie Rangel, Andrea Ruiz, Amandah Viera, Ava Worrell and Rebecca Ruiz – “ROCKO”.
Bears, hail, snakes and rain were the main topics around Edwards County this week.
Invasive plant species are not native to a region and can cause harm to that specific ecosystem by consuming resources and choking out native plants.
On the morning of Memorial Day out at the Rocksprings Cemetery the Edwards County Historical Commission hosted a wonderful remembrance ceremony for our country’s military men and women who died in service.
An article in last week’s paper explained the history of Edwards County EMS as a volunteer agency and that paid medics from out of town are not the answer.