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07
Aug

Meet your city council members

Readers met Groesbeck Mayor Ray O’Docharty and City Council Member Matthew Dawley two weeks ago; then last week met Council Members Kim Harris and Chris Henson. This week, we meet the final two Groesbeck City Council members: David Hernandez and Robert “Bob” Zeman
 
Thu
31
Jul

Church fire ousts family and congregation

A fi re broke out late Saturday at the First United Pentecostal Church of Groesbeck, leaving the congregation without a place to worship and the pastor and his family without a home. According to Groesbeck Fire Chief, Pat Samuels, the fi re started in the breaker panel that was located in the men’s bathroom at the church. The exact cause of the fi re is still undetermined and the estimated damage is $10,000.
 
Thu
31
Jul

Fun and safety at National Night Out

by Kim Smith
 
An evening of free hot dogs, cold drinks and entertainment is planned for Tuesday, August 5 at the Groesbeck City Park, along with informational safety booths and music.
 
Thu
31
Jul

Groesbeck FFA Member Elected 2014-15 Texas FFA State President

Groesbeck FFA member Gracie Hedrick was elected to serve the Texas FFA Association as state president for the 2014-2015 school year. Hedrick was sworn in during the 86th annual Texas FFA State Convention held July 14-18 in Fort Worth, Texas.
 
Thu
31
Jul

Meet your city council members

by Roxanne McKnight
 
In last week’s paper, readers met Groesbeck Mayor Ray O’Docharty and Council Member Matthew Dawley. This week, we get to know a little more about Council Members Kim Harris and Chris Henson.
 
Thu
24
Jul

Two Bingo Winners

Pictured is Annita Childress of Groesbeck with her share of the Bingo Bucks she won with her free Bingo card she picked up from Mi Rancho. Ruth Armstrong of Kosse also  won, but was unavailable for a photo.
 
Thu
24
Jul

Meet your mayor – and city council members

by Roxanne McKnight
 
Most people in small towns know each other, but sometimes they mainly know the name and face but not much more than that. In the case of city leaders, residents might see the name in the newspaper but wonder what their plan is for their town. Here’s a little more insight into Groesbeck’s city leaders, from the mayor to each city council member.
 
Thu
24
Jul

County honors employees for years of service

Limestone County employees who had reached milestones in their years of service were recognized at the July 14 commissioners court meeting.
 
Thu
24
Jul

TxDOT promises help on Tyus drainage problem

by Roxanne McKnight
 
Groesbeck city leaders reported last week on progress with solving the drainage problem on Tyus Street after meeting with Texas Department of Transportation representatives. City Administrator Jim Cox told the Groesbeck city council at its July 15 meeting that he and Public Works Director Keith Tilley met with Roger Brooks, of TxDOT, and his assistant recently. The council also heard an update on the summer reading program at Maffett Memorial Library and rescheduled a budget workshop so it would not confl ict with the Aug. 5 National Night Out event being planned.
 
Thu
17
Jul

Kosse mom runs 5K for military son, daughter

Two Groesbeck High School graduates now in the armed forces were present in spirit at Mexia’s Firecracker 5K Run on July 4, though physically they were respectively hundreds and thousands of miles away. Kenda Eckols, of Kosse, ran the 5K in honor of her daughter, Air Force 2nd Lt. Taylin Eckols, 24, stationed in Columbus, Miss., and her son, Marine Lance Cpl. Janzen Eckols, 21, stationed in Kuwait.
 

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