BASKETBALL PLAY OFF GAMES ON KRXT

(ROCKDALE)–THE LADY TIGERS’ FIRST ROUND PLAYOFF

MATCHUP IS SET. THE LADY TIGERS WILL FACE TEAGUE IN THE

CLASS 3-A BI-DISTRICT ROUND OF THE PLAYOFFS ON

MONDAY FEB. 15TH AT 6:30 PM AT MIDWAY HIGH SCHOOL.

THE LADY TIGERS WILL BE THE VISITOR. KRXT WILL HAVE

THE ACTION LIVE. FOLLOW THE LADY TIGERS THROUGHOUT

THE PLAYOFFS RIGHT HERE ON 98.5 KRXT.  KRXT WILL ALSO

AIR THE LADY DOGS PLAYOFF GAME TUESDAY NITE FROM

GIDDINGS.  JAY DAVIS WILL HAVE THE CALL ON BOTH GAMES.

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HEADLINES
FEB 12

(THORNDALE)–THORNDALE I-S-D HAS NAMED ITS

LONE FINALIST FOR SUPERINTENDENT. ADAM IVY COMES

TO THORNDALE FROM LATEXO I-S-D, A CLASS 2-A SCHOOL

NEAR CROCKETT IN EAST TEXAS. IVY CURRENTLY SERVES

AS PRINCIPAL AT LATEXO HIGH SCHOOL. HE HAS A WIFE

AND 2 SONS. THE STATE MANDATES A 21 DAY WAITING

PERIOD BEFORE IVY CAN OFFICIALLY BE HIRED AS

SUPERINTENDENT.

 

 

 

(TAYLOR)–TAYLOR POLICE ARE PURSUING FURTHER

CHARGES AGAINST THE SUSPECT IN LAST SATURDAY’S

SHOOTING IN TAYLOR. 23 YEAR OLD ISADOR ORTIZ

THE 3RD OF TAYLOR WAS CHARGED WITH AGGRAVATED

ROBBERY IN THE SHOOTING OF ABEL HERNANDEZ. HE

WAS ALREADY FACING 6 OTHER CHARGES IN CONNECTION

WITH THE INCIDENT. HE IS BEING HELD UNDER A TOTAL

OF 230 THOUSAND DOLLARS BOND AT THE WILLIAMSON

COUNTY JAIL.

(TAYLOR)–THE TAYLOR CITY COUNCIL CONSIDERED

THE TRANSPORTATION USER FEE DURING THE COUNCIL

MEETING ON THURSDAY. THE COUNCIL APPROVED THE

MEASURE ON A 3 TO 2 VOTE. THE TRANSPORTATION USER

FEE WILL GO INTO EFFECT ON JUNE 1ST OF THIS YEAR.

(ROCKDALE)–CANDIDATES HAVE FILED CAMPAIGN

FINANCE AND EXPENSE REPORTS IN PRIMARY ELECITON

SEASON. THE REPORTS WERE FILED WITH THE MILAM

COUNTY CLERK.

(MARLIN)–A ROUTINE MARLIN CITY COUNCIL

MEETING TURNED HEATED THIS WEEK WHEN TEMPERS

FLARED BETWEEN CERTAIN COUNCIL MEMBERS AND

THE MARLIN CITY MANAGER. COUNCIL MEMBER

BILLIE SCAGGS CHALLENGED CITY MANAGER KEN

KNIGHT, CLAIMING HE DISCRIMINATED AGAINST AFRICAN-

AMERICANS, WHILE COUNCIL MEMBERS QUESTIONED THE

CONDUCTING OF A MEETING WITH THE TEXAS COMMISSION

ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY.

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