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Limestone County commissioners court’s Dec. 8 meeting began with a flurry of presentations in which two officials were honored for their years of service, county employees were recognized for reaching their own years of work and donors were thanked for providing needed funds.... + continue reading
Thursday, December 18, 2014
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Limestone County’s 77th District Court is about to lose court reporter Debbie Cannon to retirement at the end of December, and she has been reminiscing about how she started in the fi eld 43 years ago. Though originally from El Paso, she was living in California at age 19, working for... + continue reading
Thursday, December 18, 2014
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Through Luminant’s commitment to preserving Texas’ rich history and sponsoring archeological investigations, a piece of Limestone County’s past – a long forgotten pottery kiln – is now unearthed and seared into history. The site was recently designated by the Texas... + continue reading
Thursday, December 18, 2014
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Facing tough competition can only make one stronger and that’s what coach Chris Reid sees in his Groesbeck Goats basketball team, getting stronger. With district play starting only a couple of weeks away, the Goats added another tournament experience under their belts.... + continue reading
Thursday, December 18, 2014
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The 27th annual Christmas at the Fort once again drew large crowds. Christmas at the Fort was held on last Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Last Thursday and Friday were school days with some 2,300 students from local school districts as well as school districts from all over Central... + continue reading

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Limestone County commissioners voted at their Dec. 8 meeting to create a new county offi ce of elections administrator, which they had been planning for some time. The court also appointed a new member to the Old Fort Parker board, heard the Fairgrounds and Safety reports; and talked about... + continue reading
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The No. 6 state-ranked team for Class 1A, the Coolidge Yellow Jackets, finished second at the Rice Tournament last weekend, winning four of six games, but fell to Class 3A’s Life Red Oak Mustangs twice with the finale in the championship game. “They’re a bigger school ...... + continue reading

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Through Luminant’s commitment to preserving Texas’ rich history and sponsoring archeological investigations, a piece of Limestone County’s past – a long forgotten pottery kiln – is now unearthed and seared into history. The site was recently designated by the Texas... + continue reading
12/18/2014 - 0 comment(s)
Limestone County’s 77th District Court is about to lose court reporter Debbie Cannon to retirement at the end of December, and she has been reminiscing about how she started in the fi eld 43 years ago. Though originally from El Paso, she was living in California at age 19, working for... + continue reading
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Limestone County commissioners court’s Dec. 8 meeting began with a flurry of presentations in which two officials were honored for their years of service, county employees were recognized for reaching their own years of work and donors were thanked for providing needed funds.... + continue reading
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Facing tough competition can only make one stronger and that’s what coach Chris Reid sees in his Groesbeck Goats basketball team, getting stronger. With district play starting only a... + continue reading

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The 27th annual Christmas at the Fort once again drew large crowds. Christmas at the Fort was held on last Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Last Thursday and Friday were school days... + continue reading

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Storyteller Glenda Nelson, standing, entertains those attending the AgriLife Senior Citizen Day with stories of bygone eras.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the... + continue reading