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Members of the Pride of the Plateau Angora Marching Band are (l-r) (reclining) Mia Franco, (sitting) Alexa Mendoza, Nayeli Barrera, Aubrey Garcia, Kallee Sifuntes, Arianna Dobbins, Makayla Enrique, (kneeling) Brea Satterfield, Rebecca Ruiz, Paige Meduna, Maya Torres, Marceala Gonzales, Jesse Romero, D’ana Infante, (standing) Jacelyn Venegas, Vivica Munoz, Emma Franco, Aaron Torres, Angel Estrada, Ella Martin, Adrianna Franco, (not pictured), Alex Hyde, Ralph Sifuntes, Kimberly Meza and band director Tim Smith.
Pat Houlihan posted this great shot of a ringtail by his cousin Christine Killgore Roberts on facebook. The property where photographed was off RR 2630 northwest of Rocksprings. Ringtails have become rare in some parts of the county. The ringtail is a cat-sized carnivore resembling a small fox with a long raccoonlike tail. Its bushy tail is flattened and nearly as long as the head and body, with alternating black and white rings. These animals are almost wholly nocturnal and spend the majority of the day sleeping in their dens. They leave their dens at night to feed. Ringtails eat a wide variety of foods. Birds, rodents, carrion, reptiles and amphibians, and insects such as grasshoppers and crickets form the bulk of their diet, although they also eat native fruits and berries as well.
Work has begun on the Rocksprings Record’s prize winning Hunters and Visitors Guide. Expose and showcase your business to hunters, visitors and to the general population in the award winning special issue of the Rocksprings Record/Texas Mohair Weekly’s Hill Country Hunters and Visitors Guide.
Although there was a lack of quorum at Monday night’s Rocksprings City Council meeting, several announcements were still made. (To note, there was no action taken on any discussion).