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By Roxanne McKnight Staff Writer Groesbeck city council members heard a report from the police chief  n an inmate with mental problems  hat requires 24-hour guarding, andhow the department is responding to this challenge. Police Chief Chris Henson told the council at their... + continue reading
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Boys in grades 7-9 received both basic and advanced skills training at Groesbeck head baseball coach Cameron Sellstrom’s camp held last week at GHS   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.  + continue reading
Thursday, June 25, 2015
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By far, one of the biggest groups this past week had to be the second through sixth graders at Goats head   ach, Cameron Sellstrom’s “Teach Me More” baseball camp held at Groesbeck High School. A total of 52 kids registered for the four day camp.   To view... + continue reading
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By Tom Hawkins Editor Emeritus The 17th annual Groesbeck Lions Club Car Show is all set and ready to go this Saturday, June 27th.  he car show will be held at the Groesbeck City Park. The hours of the show will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Awards will be presented at approximately 2 p... + continue reading
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By Roxanne McKnight Staff Writer People from across Limestone County gathered Friday, June 19 – or Juneteenth, as    is now called – at Booker T. WashingtonPark to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the day slaves were emancipated in Texas. The Limestone County... + continue reading

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By Roxanne McKnight Staff Writer Limestone County residents whose houses are subject to fl ooding may be eligible for a grant that would pay to either elevate or otherwise fl ood-proof the structures, county commissioners learned Monday. County Engineer Ted Kantor told the court at its... + continue reading
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With the excessive amounts of rain in May, Limestone County commissioners may have to pay workers overtime to get caught up with repairing potholes and ditches, and mowing the grass along the sides of the roads. The court heard this suggestion  from one of the commissioners at the June 8... + continue reading

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By Tom Hawkins Editor Emeritus The 17th annual Groesbeck Lions Club Car Show is all set and ready to go this Saturday, June 27th.  he car show will be held at the Groesbeck City Park. The hours of the show will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Awards will be presented at approximately 2 p... + continue reading
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By Roxanne McKnight Staff Writer People from across Limestone County gathered Friday, June 19 – or Juneteenth, as    is now called – at Booker T. WashingtonPark to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the day slaves were emancipated in Texas. The Limestone County... + continue reading
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By Roxanne McKnight Staff Writer Groesbeck city council members heard a report from the police chief  n an inmate with mental problems  hat requires 24-hour guarding, andhow the department is responding to this challenge. Police Chief Chris Henson told the council at their... + continue reading
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Kimberly Joree Wilson, the grand-daughter of Mrs. Elece Joree Tucker and the late Kenneth S. Tucker was among the 220 medical  tudents receiving their Doctor of OsteopathicMedicine Degree... + continue reading