Lifestyles

Thu
10
Jul

Parkview hosts blood drive, July 17th

MEXIA, TEXAS– Parkview Regional Hospital announces that it will hold a community blood drive with Carter BloodCare on Thursday, July 17 from 1 pm – 5 pm on the Carter BloodCare Bus, which will be parked in the south parking lot of the hospital. Walk-ins are welcome, but if you prefer an appointment time, contact Jennifer Lynch at 254-562-0408, ext 1110.
 
Thu
10
Jul

Lori Lemon-Campbell inducted into Texas Auctioneers Association

The Texas Auctioneers Association on June 26-29 hosted its 58th Annual Conference and Show in San Antonio, Texas. Mrs. Lori Lemons-Campbell, Co-Owner of Lemons Auctioneers, daughter of the late Del Lemons and Patti Franklin of Groesbeck, was inducted as the President of the Texas Auctioneers Association.
 
Thu
03
Jul

Summer student volunteers help at Windsor

Bottom Row: Somer Smith, Hailey Reynolds, Katie Jiminez, Top Row: Cameryn Hutchinson, Khyara Asberry, and Chelsea Carter.
 
Thu
03
Jul

County confi rms help in upkeep of Old Fort Parker

Roxanne McKnight
 
Limestone County commissioners reaffi rmed at their June 23 meeting the county’s commitment to share the work of keeping Old Fort Parker mowed and trimmed. They also formalized their calling of a public hearing to close LCR 362 and authorized advertising for bids on a tank to hold red diesel.
 
Thu
26
Jun

Groesbeck Masonic Lodge honors scholarship recipients

Left to right: Dalton Longenbaugh (Stephen F. Austin University), Blaine Myers (Lamar University), Sterling Cable (Texas A&M), Barrett Myers (Lamar University)
 
Thu
26
Jun

City Council decides priorities for upcoming budget

by Roxanne McKnight
 
Staff Writer City Council held a planning meeting last Tuesday, June 17, to discuss what activities and goals should be a priority in the upcoming budget. The meeting was only for discussion; no votes were taken. Present were Mayor Ray O’Docharty, Mayor Pro Tem Chris Henson, Council Members David Hernandez and Matthew Dawley, and City Administrator Jim Cox.
 
Thu
19
Jun

LMC Foundation Purchases New Equipment for Radiology Department with Campbell Donation

The LMC Foundation has purchased a Flo- Lab 2100 – SX Vascular Ultrasound Machine with funds from the donation from Bailey and Mary Helen Campbell. A Vascular ultrasound is a test that uses high – frequency sound waves to image blood vessels including arteries and veins. A PVR (Pulse Volume Recording) or Segmental Pressure Doppler study is a noninvasive vascular test in which blood pressure cuffs and a hand-held ultrasound device (called a Doppler or transducer) are used to obtain information about arterial blood flow in the arms and legs. Noninvasive means the procedure does not require the use of needles, dyes, radiation or anesthesia.
 
Thu
19
Jun

Can you Identify us?

Clifford Beaver, a native of Limestone County, who now lives in Elgin, Texas made a special trip to Groesbeck to present the picture of the Fort Parker School to our local museum.
 
Thu
12
Jun

The American Legion School Award Medal Program

George Humble presented Jaci Forrest and Dusty Bishop with the American Legion School Award Medal. The idea for this award originated with R.G. “Bob” Hill of Groesbeck, Texas in the 1920’s,, who was then Chaplain of the Sim B. Ashburn Post No. 88 of Groesbeck. The central theme of this award is, the future of our country depends up on quality of our young people.
 
Thu
12
Jun

Dillon - Brown announce engagement

Kirbie Paige Dillon and Stephen Morris Brown, Jr. announce their engagement and upcoming marriage. The couple will be married on September 27, 2014 in Fairfield, Texas Paige is employed by SmartStyle Salon in Mexia. She is the daughter of Zachary and Debra Dillon. Her paternal grandparents are Jack Dillon and the late Shirley Dillon. Her maternal grandparents are the late Kirby and Clydene Hyden.
 

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