🌱 Tornado Totaled Local Food Truck + Delayed Hoots Wings Opening

Hello again, Round Rock! Important Update: All of you as readers have made Round Rock Daily such a success that I am honored to announce the next phase of the newsletter. The fix is looking for a local writer and entrepreneur to lead the Round Rock Daily. While I enjoyed getting to know this community, we want to pass the torch to someone truly local to write about Round Rock for the long term. So if you want to earn extra income while making this newsletter a more valuable resource for your neighbors, learn more and apply here.

First, today’s weather forecast:

Becoming sunny and less humid. High: 78 Low: 55.

Here are the top three stories from Round Rock today:

  1. In the tornado a few weeks ago, Round Rock residents Scott and Sally Amburgey’s food truck was destroyed. Ambur Fire, their food truck business, had to close for about two weeks due to tornado damage. Someone lent Scott and Sally a trailer to continue their business while waiting for their new trailer. The insurance only covered part of the trailer, so Scott and Sally are working to recoup their losses. The community has shown love and support, and their business is doing well despite the circumstances. (KVIEW)
  2. The opening of Hoots Wings, at 2200 E. Palm Valley Boulevard Suite 125 in Round Rock, has been delayed. The Hooters spin-off franchise has yet to announce a new opening date. The fast-casual restaurant will offer take-out, an outdoor terrace and delivery. (Community Impact Newspaper)
  3. Looking for a new home in the Round Rock area? Patch and Redfin have you covered. Check out a beautiful four bedroom home at 3001 Rock Rose Place and many other homes for sale in your area. (Round Rock Patch)

Today at Round Rock:

  • Rockin’ Kids Club: Author Donna Janell Bowman visits the library for one community, three books At the Round Rock Public Library (4:30 p.m.)
  • Karaoke Monday At the Apartments (7:00 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • The writing competition for young authors is back! Submit your best poem or short story to the Round Rock Public Library by May 17, 2022. Check the link for more information. (Facebook)
  • Today, April 18 at 5:00 p.m. is the deadline to submit artwork for the “So Close / So Far” art exhibition at the Downtowner Gallery! Prizes will be awarded to the three best choices of the jurors! Don’t miss this opportunity! (Facebook)

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Rose Mendez

About me: Rose Mendez is a freelance writer. She is studying English Literature at Hunter College. She loves to read, walk around the city and have a coffee!