Archive - Jul 9, 2012 - News Article
Area residents once again enjoyed the festivities â€śOn The Bricksâ€ť in historic downtown Roscoe to celebrate Independence Day on Saturday, July 7, 2012.
A parade kicked off the activities, followed by food, crafts and kidâ€™s activities in Old Town Park and a Mud Bog at George Parks Field. The live music â€śOn The Bricksâ€ť was provided by Greg Maldo and Curtis Potter.
The evening ended with a bang with a fireworks show.
As the official summer season gets underway, much of the nation has been breaking records with 100 degree temperatures. While many continue to plan outdoor activities, Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital (RPMH) is urging locals to protect themselves from the sunâ€™s heat and ultraviolet rays, preventing heat exhaustion and skin damage.
Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are many precautions Americans can take to protect themselves from UV rays.
Samuel Ojeda, 19 years of age from Del Rio, Texas was driving a 1999 Chrysler Sebring east bound on Interstate 20 in Nolan County.Â
About 1 p.m. on Thursday, July 5, 2012, near mile marker 231, a Texas Department of Public Safety Highway Patrol Trooper observed Ojeda driving the vehicle and stopped him for a traffic violation.Â
A verbal consent to search the vehicle was given.Â The Trooper located a small amount of cocaine and marijuana with a street value of about $20,000.
Many area residents attended the Roscoe Independence Day parade on Saturday, July 7, 2012.
Entries entered into the parade varied from fire departments, civic organizations, individuals and others, but all had one main theme, patriotism.
Find more photos from the Roscoe parade in today's paper.