Melinda Foster | The Rosebud News

Though the event was hosted later than usual, that did not stop the residents of Lott to come out for a scary good time for Lott’s annual Howl-O-Lott event that featured several cool games, activities, a scariest room contest and the oh so popular haunted house that contained disembowled patients, and of course a flannel wearing werewolf on the prowl for new victims.


Rosebud-Lott Athletic Booster Club

The season my be over for the Cougars but community pride is stronger than ever.

The season may be over, but hopes in Cougar Country remain higher than ever for a soon to be championship run, something that has eluded RLISD since their amazing State Championship run of 2002.

Last Friday night, the Rosebud-Lott Cougars went to war in their final home game of the year at Cougar Field against Visiting Milano.

The Rosebud-Lott Panthers youth football team received gratifying news recently.


Theodore Roosevelt Jr., is known as the son of the famous President, but he had a impressive career in his own right. He graduated from Harvard and served in the military in W. W. I.

There was once a man who decided to take on a ministry of praying for prisoners. Each day he would ask God to help those who had been locked away in a dark and dreary place because of their sins.

Napoleon Bonaparte is credited with the quote, “An army moves on its stomach.” Probably a truism in many camps, though, Nap


Pictured left to right: Sydney Parcus, Aliyah Walker, Ethan Krueger and Adam Herwald.

The graves of two hundred and thirtytwo veterans interred at Historic Clover Hill Cemetery in Lott were marked with flags in honor of Veteran’s Day, November 11.

Star Rama | The Marlin Democrat

Texas Ranger Educator Audrey Ladd, Old Settlers and Veterens Assoc. Gail Palmore, and Texas Ranger Adam Russell

On November 9th, 6th graders from all around Falls County took a field trip to the Tomlinson Hill to learn of the history of Texas Rangers.

Molly Wilson | The Rosebud News Tyler Tuerck, Operations Manager of Lone Star Distribution Center, appreciatively gives the check to Rosebud Police Department’s Chief Hensley.

On November 6, Wilbur Ellis-Co, located at 887 U.S. Highway77, presented a generous donation of $1,000 to Rosebud’s Police Department.

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