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Grand jury returns 24 felony indictments
The Rockwall County Grand Jury recently returned 24 felony indictments against 20 defendants.
Information provided by the Rockwall County District Clerk’s office lists the names of 15 defendants. The district clerk’s office only provides names and indictments of those who have been arrested.
Pageant seeks local contestants for 2015
The search is on and the Regency International Pageant is now accepting applications for its 2015 competitions.
Applications are being accepted in the following categories – Miss Teen Rockwall Regency International, Miss Rockwall Regency International, Ms. Rockwall Regency International, and Mrs. Rockwall Regency International.
Cub Scouts earn awards during weekend banquet
Three Royse City Cub Scouts were recognized as Super Achiever Award recipients during the Pack 312 Blue & Gold Ceremony held Saturday night at Harry Herndon Intermediate School.
TxDOT hosting meeting to discuss Texas 276
Proposed improvements to Texas 276 will be the topic of an “open house style” public meeting that will be hosted Thursday night by The Texas Department of Transportation.
No opposition for RC elections
City council, school board elections canceled due to lack of opponents.
Local sales tax report shows continued improvement
Sales tax numbers in Rockwall County continue to improve from those of a year ago, according to the most recent report from the Texas Comptroller’s office.
RC grad awarded Larson Foundation scholarship
Royse City High School graduate and current Texas A&M University-Commerce student Chantell Oliver has been named a Nancy Larson Foundation scholar and awarded a $1000 scholarship in recognition of her outstanding academic record and community service.
RCHS junior raising funds for drum and bugle corps tour
Robert Mueller, a junior at Royse City High School, is raising funds to pay for an 8,000-mile tour this summer as a member of the Genesis Drum and Bugle Corps.
More than 3,000 affected by Saturday power outage
A power outage in Royse City Saturday afternoon affected about 3,500 customers, temporarily shutting down businesses and the computer that controls the city’s water distribution system
Don’t be fooled by the charm, humbleness and beauty which radiates off of soon-to-be 17-year-old Ashleigh Offutt. The Royse City teen can ride as fast, as tough and as rough as any boy in motocross, and she has the hardware to prove it.
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