Lifestyles

Thu
11
Jun

Williams – Humphrey Wed

Bethany Jane Williams carried her greatgrandmother Maggie Lansford Brown’s gold band in her bridal bouquet when she married David Jason  Humphrey at The Fort in Morrison, Colorado, on May30, 2015. Bethany is the daughter of James R. and Janie Croft Williams of Colorado Springs, Colorado, formerly  of Groesbeck, Texas. Jason is the son of David and Pat Humphrey of Merkel, Texas. Bethany is an Anthropology Collections Assistant at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Jason is a lighting designer in Denver, Colorado.

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Thu
04
Jun

Cynthia Ann Garden Club End of the Year Luncheon

The Cynthia Ann Garden Club held its end of the year luncheon and plant exchange at noon on Thursday, May 28, at the Woman’s Club. The Woman’s Club was decorated with various wild fl owers. The tables were covered with yellow, green, and pink cloths and centered with striped boxes fi lled with assorted greens and wild fl owers featuring Black-Eyed Susans.
 
Thu
04
Jun

City asked to enact sex offender restrictions

Resident Darron Killingsworth brought to city council’s attention the fact that the city has no ordinances on the books dealing with registered sex offenders. According to the state’s sex offender registry (see dps.texas.gov, then click on Sex Offender Registry Search), 20 registered sex offenders live inside Groesbeck’s city limits, and 10 others live nearby, with county road addresses.
 
Thu
28
May

Newly re-elected council members sworn in

Two Groesbeck city council members began their new term last week after being sworn into offi ce. Mayor Ray O’Docharty swore in newly re-elected council members Kim Harris and Arleen Taveras. Since no one had signed up to run against the two council members, the election had been canceled and both were declared winners without the necessity of an election  
 
Thu
21
May

County to stay with Farmers Bank depository

Limestone County’s longtime bank depository, Farmers State Bank, was awarded the contract last week to continue in that role. The award was approved at the county commissioners’ May 11 meeting. The court also made decisions concerning utility lines agreements, the fairgrounds and a change to the date of their next meeting.

 
Thu
14
May

Groesbeck residents show support for Mexia Garden Club Rose show

McLennan County Master Gardener Carolyn Hughes, left, of Groesbeck, shows a fairy garden to Debbie Cannon, of Mexia, at the Mexia Garden Club rose show Sunday, May 3, at Gibbs Memorial Library, in Mexia. Rose lovers from all over the county attended the event. 

 

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Thu
14
May

Kimberly Meyer and Brandy Kennedy from LMC receive award for Limestone County Grant Project from DSHS

Limestone County was awarded $125,000.00 for a two year cycle to reduce adult hospitalizations for bacterial pneumonia, Congestive Heart Failure, and COPD in August of 2014 from the Department of State Health Services (DSHS). Kimberly Meyer, Director of Marketing and Public Relations for Limestone Medical Center (LMC), and Brandy Kennedy, RN Director ofthe LMC Specialty Clinic  manage this PPH Grant Project for Limestone County. Limestone County has been a spot light county among the 16 counties award funds in Texas by DSHS. ASTHO, is the Association for State and Territorial Health Offi cials. ASTHO is a national group .

 

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Thu
07
May

Coolidge celebrates Mesquite Tree Festival

Kim Finley, of Coolidge, staples balloons onto a dartboard to replace those popped by customers at her game booth Saturday, May 2, at the Mesquite Tree Festival in Coolidge. Helping her is Coy Bostian, 13, of Mildred
 
Thu
07
May

Kosse Restaurant Progress

The new Mexican Restaurant in Kosse, is coming along. Shown in the picture  is Tri-County Builders of Kosse erecting a truss. By this days end all trusses should be up now with the sun shining.
 
Wed
29
Apr

Grand Re-Openings for two Groesbeck businesses

Groesbeck businesses, The Sassy Longhorn Boutique and Diamonds and Dust, both recently had their Grand Re-Openings and Ribbon Cuttings at their new locations. The Sassy Longhorn Boutique is now located at 101 N. Ellis, Groesbeck and Diamonds and Dust is now located at 103 N. Ellis, Groesbeck.
 
 

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