Wednesday, March 25, 2015
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Monday not only brought the sun out after all the rains the area has experienced lately, but also some pretty big smiles on the faces of these six Lady Goat after fi nishing in fi rst place at the Goat Invitational Golf Tournament held at Battle Lake Golf Course. Lexie Frazier fi nished in... + continue reading
Groesbeck athlete Hailye Reynolds signed her letter of intent to play volleyball with the United States Coast Guard Academy Bears last Wednesday, March 18. Pictured with Reynolds are her parents, Kent and Hollye.
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
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For Groesbeck athlete Hailye Reynolds, Wednesday’s college signing was both a joyous and bittersweet occasion. Joyous in the fact that she will be continuing her volleyball career with the U.S. Coast Guard Academy Bears. Bittersweet that she is leaving behind her friends, teammates and... + continue reading
This year’s pet show, a perennially popular event at the annual Limestone County Fair, is scheduled for Thursday, March 26, at 6 p.m. Children who want to participate, like Rowdy Crabb, of Groesbeck, then 5, shown here with his dog King, at the 2014 fair, need to show up early to sign up.
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
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Limestone County youth have been working for weeks, months and even a year in some cases, on their county fair projects, and the big reveal is Wednesday through Saturday, March 25-28. That’s when the students’ work will be showcased to see how it stacks up against not only each... + continue reading
Groesbeck resident Roy Moore tells Groesbeck city council members at their March 17 meeting he thinks residents should be able to provide input at a specially called workshop to rewrite the city’s ordinances on manufactured homes.
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
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A Thornton family that has been preparing to move to a home in Groesbeck will have to adjust their plans. Groesbeck city council considered but ultimately rejected a second request from the McReynolds family that had planned to put a manufactured home behind a house the family owns at 709A E... + continue reading
Jarrius Washington received honorable mention on the 2014-15 18-4A All-District team in basketball.
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
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Jayland Jackson and John O’Kelley were named to the 2014-15 District 18- 4A All-District second team this year in basketball for the Goats. The 6-0 senior, Jackson, averaged 11 points per game and 3.2 rebounds per game this past season for Groesbeck. O’Kelley (6-4, Junior) was... + continue reading
Groesbeck athlete Hailye Reynolds signed her letter of intent to play volleyball with the United States Coast Guard Academy Bears last Wednesday, March 18. Pictured with Reynolds are her parents, Kent and Hollye.
This year’s pet show, a perennially popular event at the annual Limestone County Fair, is scheduled for Thursday, March 26, at 6 p.m. Children who want to participate, like Rowdy Crabb, of Groesbeck, then 5, shown here with his dog King, at the 2014 fair, need to show up early to sign up.
Groesbeck resident Roy Moore tells Groesbeck city council members at their March 17 meeting he thinks residents should be able to provide input at a specially called workshop to rewrite the city’s ordinances on manufactured homes.
Jarrius Washington received honorable mention on the 2014-15 18-4A All-District team in basketball.

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All parts of the state received more precipitation in the last week, further delaying planting of spring crops in many areas, according to reports from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service personnel. On March 24, the National Weather Service record of the last seven days showed 2 to 3... + continue reading
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Groesbeck city council has canceled the May 9 city election since no one signed up to run against incumbent council members Kim Harris and Arleen Taveras, both of whom did sign up for re-election. Council voted on this issue at its March 17 meeting and also made several fi nancial decisions... + continue reading

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This year’s pet show, a perennially popular event at the annual Limestone County Fair, is scheduled for Thursday, March 26, at 6 p.m. Children who want to participate, like Rowdy Crabb, of Groesbeck, then 5, shown here with his dog King, at the 2014 fair, need to show up early to sign up.
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Limestone County youth have been working for weeks, months and even a year in some cases, on their county fair projects, and the big reveal is Wednesday through Saturday, March 25-28. That’s when the students’ work will be showcased to see how it stacks up against not only each... + continue reading
Groesbeck resident Roy Moore tells Groesbeck city council members at their March 17 meeting he thinks residents should be able to provide input at a specially called workshop to rewrite the city’s ordinances on manufactured homes.
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A Thornton family that has been preparing to move to a home in Groesbeck will have to adjust their plans. Groesbeck city council considered but ultimately rejected a second request from the McReynolds family that had planned to put a manufactured home behind a house the family owns at 709A E... + continue reading
Jarrius Washington received honorable mention on the 2014-15 18-4A All-District team in basketball.
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Jayland Jackson and John O’Kelley were named to the 2014-15 District 18- 4A All-District second team this year in basketball for the Goats. The 6-0 senior, Jackson, averaged 11 points per game and 3.2 rebounds per game this past season for Groesbeck. O’Kelley (6-4, Junior) was... + continue reading
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Groesbeck athlete Hailye Reynolds signed her letter of intent to play volleyball with the United States Coast Guard Academy Bears last Wednesday, March 18. Pictured with Reynolds are her parents, Kent and Hollye.
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The City of Groesbeck will be providing a citywide cleanup program on Friday and Saturday, April 3rd & 4th. Large dumpsters will be placed at the city lot located at 102 E. Jacinto (across... + continue reading