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It’s offi cial now. The kids are back in school. The fi rst day of school in Groesbeck was a little hectic for some trying to fi gure out their schedules and classroom locations and there were probably a few tears shed by parents and students alike. All in all, though, it proved to be a... + continue reading
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Groesbeck city council agreed on the tax rate for the coming fi scal year at its Aug. 18 meeting and also addressed other fi nancial matters, including amending the fi re department’s budget, awarding Hotel-Motel Tax Fund money and arranging for next year’s city audit. The council plans... + continue reading
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Not a bad tournament outing for the Lady Goats this past weekend. Groesbeck finished 2-2 at the Gatesville Invitational Volleyball Tournament, defeating Waco in two sets and losing a tough match to  China Spring in three sets in the opening rounds. On Saturday, the Lady Goats defeated district... + continue reading
Thursday, August 27, 2015
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Groesbeck Police Chief Chris Henson told city council at its Aug. 18 meeting about a move his department has made toward pursuing more substantive cases. Henson also received compliments on the department’s National Night Out event and introduced one of his police offi cers. Henson said... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 19, 2015
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Built in 1920, the steel truss bridge over the Navasota River on LCR 402, next to Hwy. 14 has been slated for rehabilitation by the Texas Department of Transportation   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.  + continue reading

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08/27/2015
Limestone County court voted at its Aug. 24 meeting to keep the tax rate for the upcoming fi scal year at no more than the effective rate, meaning the rate needed to produce the same amount of revenue as last year. The effective rate  is $0.6882 per $100 property valuation, which is 3.2... + continue reading
08/19/2015
The 2015-2016 school year for the Groesbeck Independent School District will begin on this Monday, August 24. Monday will be a full day of school with the buses running at the regular times, and the school lunchrooms being operated as usual.   To view more please log in or... + continue reading

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Groesbeck Police Chief Chris Henson told city council at its Aug. 18 meeting about a move his department has made toward pursuing more substantive cases. Henson also received compliments on the department’s National Night Out event and introduced one of his police offi cers. Henson said... + continue reading
08/27/2015 - 0 comment(s)
It’s offi cial now. The kids are back in school. The fi rst day of school in Groesbeck was a little hectic for some trying to fi gure out their schedules and classroom locations and there were probably a few tears shed by parents and students alike. All in all, though, it proved to be a... + continue reading
08/27/2015 - 0 comment(s)
Groesbeck city council agreed on the tax rate for the coming fi scal year at its Aug. 18 meeting and also addressed other fi nancial matters, including amending the fi re department’s budget, awarding Hotel-Motel Tax Fund money and arranging for next year’s city audit. The council plans... + continue reading
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Journal Sports Report With two-a-days under their belts and a couple of scrimmages thrown in for good measure, the 2015 Groesbeck Goats are ready to hit the football fi eld under the lights of Friday... + continue reading

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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... + continue reading