Lifestyles

Thu
17
Sep

Reinke, Smith to wed

Laura Ashley Reinke and Scott Thomas Smith Jr., together with their parents are pleased to announce their engagement and approaching marriage. Laura is the daughter of Trisha Taylor of Oletha and Joey and Robin Reinke of Axtell. Scott is the son of Scott and Lorraine Smith of Groesbeck. Scott is a 2011 graduate and Laura is a 2013 graduate of Groesbeck High School. Scott currently works at Luminant in Kosse and Laura is currently working at ILSA in Groesbeck and is also a licensed beautician that works at Donna’s Hair Shack. The wedding will take place at 3:30 pm on Saturday September 19th, 2015 at St Paul Lutheran Church in Waco TX and reception to follow at Elk Hall.

Wed
09
Sep

Pharmacy Topic

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently approved the fi rst generic versions of Abilify (aripiprazole). Generic aripiprazole is an atypical antipsychotic drug approved to treat schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Schizophrenia is a chronic, severe and disabling brain disorder. 

Wed
09
Sep

Stones celebrate 65 years of marriage

On September 15, Billy Kyle Stone and Alta Beaver will have been married for 65 years. They were married in the old Church of Christ building by Malcolm Smith. 

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Thu
03
Sep

Pharmacy Topics

Valacyclovir (brand name, Valtrex), a common herpes drug, reduces HIV-1 levels — even when patients do not have herpes, according to a report published online in Clinical Infectious Diseases.
 
Thu
03
Sep

Grand Jury Indictments

BE IT REMEMBERED that on this the 19th August A.D., 2015 there appeared in Open Court, the Grand Jury, a quorum being present, and presented into Open Court the following indictments, which were received by the Court and the Clerk ORDERED to issue proper service herein:
 
Thu
27
Aug

2015 Kirby Hyden Memorial scholarship awarded

American Legion Ashburn-Hanna Post 288, serving Limestone County, is proud to award its 2015 Kirby Hyden Memorial scholarship to Micaela Gallagher, a 2015 graduate of Groesbeck High School. Micaela is attending Sam Houston State University. The Kirby Hyden Scholarship is named in memory of Kirby Hyden, Sr., a local businessman who served as the fi rst commander of the local American Legion Post when it was re-activated. 

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Thu
27
Aug

DeCanter graduates with Master’s in nursing

Congratulations. Jena Davis DeCanter was a 2006 graduate of Groesbeck ISD. While she attended GISD she was Class President, Year Book Editor, Honor Student and Homecoming Queen Nominee Jena went to the University of Texas at Tyler in 2006 and graduated early in 2009 with Honors and received her Bachelors in Nursing. While there she met and married  her husband Chuck DeCanter and they live there with their daughter Kennedy.

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Wed
19
Aug

Attorney fi rm to collect delinquent county fi nes, fees

Limestone County may have found a new source of income, money it is owed from old fi nes and fees but did not count on receiving. A representative of the  legal fi rm of Linebarger, Goggan, Blair & Sampson proposed at the court’s Aug. 10 meeting that his fi rm begin to collect the county’s delinquent fi nes and fees. Linebarger is already collecting delinquent taxes, but this  new initiative could mean thousands of dollars for the county.
 
Wed
19
Aug

Groesbeck Lions Club donates School Supplies

The Groesbeck Lions Club and individual Lions, donated over $850 of school supplies that were delivered to each of the four school campuses on August 12th. The supplies will be available for children whose parents cannot afford those supplies and are available through each school.
 
Thu
13
Aug

90 lb. melon grown in Limestone County

These melons were raised in Limestone County, two miles South of Thornton on the Tilley Ranch. These were raised by Dave Tilley in a large garden with Jerry Tilley and Keith Tilley. He raised a 80 lb. melon last year in the same area and a melon that weighed 100 lbs. in Arkansas several years ago. This melon pictured was a 90 lb.
 

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