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RTC Names Top Grads

The Round Top-Carmine Independent School District has announced its Honor Graduates of the Class of 2020. Julia Patterson has been named the Valedictorian. Julia is the daughter of Randall and Linda Patterson. Aidan Wagner has been named the Salutatorian. Aidan is the son of Jason and Karen Wagner.

 

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Groundbreaking Held for St. James Expansions

St. James Episcopal Church held a groundbreaking ceremony last Monday for the expansion of the church’s preschool campus and parish hall.

 

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FOR THE RECORD

La Grange Sons of Hermann

 

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Covid-19 Cases Around Region

Here are the latest figures of confirmed COVID-19 cases in surrounding counties according to the Texas Department of State Health Services as of Wednesday. This includes actives cases, recoveries and deaths.

 

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Fayette Co. EMS Director Moving To LGISD Post

The La Grange School Board made two management hires Monday.

 

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No Entrepreneurial Law Enforcement

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Governor’s Order Reopens Many Businesses On Limited Basis

AUSTIN — An executive order issued by Gov. Greg Abbott to reopen in-store retail shopping, dine-in restaurants, movie theaters, museums, libraries and more took effect May 1 and will continue through May 15.

 

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What Could Go Wrong?

In 1951 my dad was in the house moving business. He also farmed cotton, corn and hay for his 100 cow herd. He never acquired a large cattle trailer with which to haul his cattle to market. All he had was a one axle 4x8 ft. wooden enclosed trailer that could only haul two cows or maybe four calves at one time.

 

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We Are in This Together

We Are in This Together To the Editor:

 

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More Time for Research

More Time for Research To the Editor:

 

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Tomato Penance

I don’t grow tomatoes to feed my family. That’s what potatoes, beans and squash are for. Sure, we eat some tomatoes, but the reason I grow them has more to do with penance or self-punishment, I think.

 

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Fayetteville Students Continue Work-Study Program

The coronavirus pandemic robbed a lot of high school seniors of the most memorable time in school – the final weeks before graduation. That’s the time for reminiscing, prom and banquets. For some, though, the pandemic brought a new experience – a taste of adulthood before leaving home.

 

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Churches Taking Different Paths to Resuming Services

As retail stores, restaurants, museums and other businesses slowly reopen, many local churches are also taking extra precautions to make sure their congregations are ready to come back.

 

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We Love Our Teachers

The members of the La Grange Hermes administration shared the above message for the school’s teachers this week.

 

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