The Rosebud-Lott High School Class of 2019 took their last steps as students on Friday night at Cougar Stadium during commencement ceremonies. Above, classmates await receiving their diplomas. At right,
Two stranded boaters were rescued in Falls County on Thursday. The Falls County Sheriff’s Office responded about 3:15 p.m. Thursday to reports of boaters stuck in the rainswollen Brazos River
Bottom, from left, Aliyah Walker, Kaitlyn Alonso, Elvia Ibarra, Ashlie Gary, Hunter Sullivan; top row, from left, Emma Ibarra, Hunter Rogers, Ethan Sampson, and Ethan Krieger along with their sponsor Amy Krieger, Band Director David Vuteto and Camber Commeaux placed flags on the graves at the Clover Hill Cemetery.
The graves of 238 veterans interred at Historic Clover Hill Cemetery in Lott were marked with flags in honor of Armed Forces Day on May 19 and Memorial Day on
Photo courtesy of The Rosebud-Lott Athletic Boosters The Lady Cougar Basketball present sCoach Wayne Carter with the signed team banner honoring him on his 400th win during the 18-19 season
The Rosebud-Lott Class of 2019 will hold commencement services on Friday night at 8 p.m. at Cougar Field. Alexandra Minor, left, and Audrey Kriegar will lead their class as Valedictorian