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Today`s Local News2014-09-30
Tuesday, September 30, 2014      
 


BRUCEVILLE-EDDY PD INVESTIGATING CHILD SEX ASSAULT

(BRUCEVILLE-EDDY) Bruceville-Eddy Police are investigating after reports that a child was sexually assaulted by another child. 

The family of a Bruceville-Eddy Elementary School kindergartner reported the incident to school officials and police. The victim`s grandmother and father questioned the boy and were told he had been sexually assaulted in the bathroom at school. Bruceville-Eddy Police and school officials have said they are aware of the incident and are investigating, but would not give details. 

The alleged victim has since been removed from school. 


MILAM FLU CLINICS

(CAMERON) The Milam County Health Department announced their Flu Clinic Schedule for October.

The Health Department will hold 2 clinics in October, at Bea`s Kitchen in Cameron and St. John`s Methodist Church in Rockdale, this Friday from 9-11:30AM. 

The vaccine will be given at no cost to those with Medicare Part B, but you must present your card. All others will be $20.


ABBOTT, DAVIS SET FOR 2ND DEBATE

(Dallas) Greg Abbott and Wendy Davis are getting ready for their second debate in the race for Texas governor.  The two are squaring off tonight in Dallas in a contest sponsored by KXAS, KERA, Telemundo, and "The Dallas Morning News."  It`s the final debate in the governor`s race.  It starts at 8 p.m. 


CES AND CJH BULLYING PREVENTION PRESENTATION

(CAMERON)  Cameron Elementary School and Cameron Junior High School would like to invite all parents and guardians of students to a presentation on the prevention of bullying at school, at home, and in the community. The presentation will be held today at 6PM in the CISD Performing Arts Center. Activities will be held for students while parents attend the presentation. Ravonne McCray of the Baylor Scott and White Trauma Center will be presenting.


YOE SUB VARSITY

(CAMERON) Yoe athletics has announced a change to their sub-varsity football schedule. 

Due to rainouts in September, the Freshmen and Junior Varsity will play this Thursday. The Freshmen meet the Thorndale JV at 6PM in Thorndale, while the JV tackles Marble Falls at 7PM in Leander. 


AP HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL POLL

(TEXAS) A handful of area teams remain in the latest Associated Press High School Football Poll this week. 

In Class 3A, area teams Franklin and Rockdale remain at #2 and #3, respectively. Cisco remains the unanimous #1 selection. Cameron dropped out of the poll and did not receive any votes this week. Elsewhere, Temple is up 2 spots to #3 in this week`s 5A poll. And in Class 2A, Mart is at #2 and Bremond is at #4. 


DIG PINK SHIRT SALE

(CAMERON) The Lady Yoe Volleyball Program is gearing up for the 5th annual Dig Pink event.  T-shirts are on sale through Wednesday.  T-shirts are pre-order, pre-pay, $15 cash only.  You can order your shirt from any YHS Lady Yoe Volleyball Player/Coach or the YHS Kiosk.  All proceeds are donated directly to Breast Cancer Research. 


POLICE REPORT

(CAMERON) Cameron PD reported 1 EMS runs and 1 arrest: Dillon Tabor of Cameron for Assault
There was also 1 fire call: Cameron Fire Dept sent to a dumpster fire at Classic Bank at Noon. 

(ROCKDALE) Rockdale PD reported 2 EMS runs and no other activity.
 
(CAMERON) The Milam County Sheriff`s Office reported 4 booked in:
--David Kenneth Applegate, 38 of Rockdale for Burglary of a Habitation
--Dustin Lane West, 19 of Gatesville for Possession of a Controlled Substance Under 1 Gram and Evading Arrest in a Vehicle
--Steven James Phillips, 37 of Cameron for DWI
--1 in from Coryell Co

There were 2 accidents reported in rural Milam County:
--12:40PM, 1-vehicle wreck at the Cefco in Thorndale. No injuries.
--5:06PM, 1-vehicle rollover on FM486 in San Gabriel. No injuries.

There are 105 prisoners in the Milam County Jail this morning, including 10 housed for Coryell County, 6 housed for Lampasas County, and 1 held for Cameron PD.





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