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(UNDATED)–VOTING AND GOOD EMPLOYMENT WERE

TOPICS OF DISCUSSION ON THE MILAM COUNTY JUDGE’S

REPORT THIS WEEK. COUNTY JUDGE STEVE YOUNG WAS

JOINED BY MILAM COUNTY CLERK JODI MORGAN AS

WELL AS JULIA CARDONA OF THE ROCKDALE OFFICE

OF WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS OF CENTRAL TEXAS. MORGAN

SAID THAT THERE ARE POSITIVE SIGNS OF A STRONG

SHOWING IN EARLY VOTING IN THE MILAM COUNTY PRIMARY

ELECTIONS. CARDONA SPOKE ABOUT WAYS THAT

WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS CAN HELP MILAM COUNTY

RESIDENTS FIND WORK, AND HOW MILAM COUNTY

BUSINESSES CAN FIND EMPLOYEES TO FILL NEEDED

POSITIONS.

(SALADO)–THE GENERAL MANAGER/DIRECTOR OF

GOLF AT A SALADO COUNTRY CLUB WAS ARRESTED AND

CHARGED WITH DEADLY CONDUCT, ACCORDING TO

POLICE. 46 YEAR OLD CHRISTOPHER TODD GRAHAM

IS ACCUSED OF PULLING A GUN ON A MAN’S FIANCEE

AND THEIR YOUNG SONS AT MILL CREEK COUNTRY CLUB.

GRAHAM WAS RELEASED ON A 5 THOUSAND DOLLAR

PERSONAL RECOGNIZANCE BOND.

(TAYLOR)–THE COLD CASE MURDER OF A TAYLOR

WOMAN IS DRAWING FRESH ATTENTION FROM A

NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION WORKING TO PUBLICIZE

COLD CASES. KATARA JOHNSON WAS 21 YEARS OLD

WHEN SHE WAS FOUND DEAD IN HER HOME ON AUG. 26,

2004. HER MURDER HAS NEVER BEEN SOLVED. PROJECT

COLD CASE IS A NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATION WITH

THE GOAL OF PUBLICIZING ALL UNSOLVED HOMICIDES

IN THE UNITED STATES WHILE LINKING INFORMATION,

FAMILIES AND LAW ENFORCEMENT.

(UNDATED)–EARLY VOTING CONTINUES IN MILAM

COUNTY FOR THE MARCH 3RD POLITICAL PARTY PRIMARY

ELECTIONS. 219 CAST BALLOTS IN THE REPUBLICAN

PARTY PRIMARY, WHILE 37 VOTED IN THE DEMOCRATIC

PRIMARY.

(ROCKDALE)–THE ANNUAL ROCKDALE POLICE OFFICER

OF THE YEAR AND FIREFIGHTER OF THE YEAR BANQUET IS

SET FOR SATURDAY AT THE K-C HALL. DOORS OPEN AT

5 PM, WITH THE MEAL AT 6:30 PM AT THE DANCE TO FOLLOW

AT 7 PM.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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