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The Groesbeck Goats concluded their basketball season last week, facing the Fairfi eld Eagles at home. Fairfi eld ended up winning the game, 75-41. Coach Chris Reid said goodbye to three seniors from the team as they were honored prior to the start of last Tuesday's contest. Omaris Asberry,... + continue reading
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By Stephen R. Farris   Groesbeck athletic director/head football coach, Bruce Mc- Donald, gave high praise to his former offensive lineman, Macade Isbell, as the senior leader signed his letter of intent to play college football for Sam Houston State University last Thursday during... + continue reading
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By Roxanne McKnight   a complaint against City Administrator Jim Cox to city council at its Feb. 17 meeting. While the matter initially involved accusations that Cox had shown disrespect  by raising his voice to fi refi ghters in front of the public, other issues arose... + continue reading
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The Rev. Billy Bever, left, pastor of Groesbeck’s Church on the Rock, and Robert Johnson, of Lake Limestone, gaze into a freezer of meat they will give away to families in the area through the Fishes and Loaves food pantry, an outreach of the church    To view... + continue reading
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By Tom Hawkins The Groesbeck Chamber of Commerce selected Mary Belle Leach as the “Citizen of the Year for 2014.” The award was presented at the annual Chamber of Commerce banquet. Mary Belle is known for her outstanding musical ability. She is a noted pianist. She shares her... + continue reading

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02/26/2015
Both the city of Groesbeck and the Groesbeck Independent School  District will have elections on Saturday, May 9, to elect members to the Groesbeck City Council and to the GISD school board.  The deadline for fi ling is this Friday, February 27, at 5 p.m. Prospective candidates may fi... + continue reading
02/19/2015
Limestone County commissioners took a small but necessary step at Monday’s commissioners court meeting to get the Limestone County Detention Center, the county-owned private prison, back in business. Toward the end of their Feb. 9 meeting, the court went into executive session,... + continue reading

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By Roxanne McKnight   a complaint against City Administrator Jim Cox to city council at its Feb. 17 meeting. While the matter initially involved accusations that Cox had shown disrespect  by raising his voice to fi refi ghters in front of the public, other issues arose... + continue reading
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The Rev. Billy Bever, left, pastor of Groesbeck’s Church on the Rock, and Robert Johnson, of Lake Limestone, gaze into a freezer of meat they will give away to families in the area through the Fishes and Loaves food pantry, an outreach of the church    To view... + continue reading
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By Tom Hawkins The Groesbeck Chamber of Commerce selected Mary Belle Leach as the “Citizen of the Year for 2014.” The award was presented at the annual Chamber of Commerce banquet. Mary Belle is known for her outstanding musical ability. She is a noted pianist. She shares her... + continue reading

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By Stephen R. Farris   Groesbeck athletic director/head football coach, Bruce Mc- Donald, gave high praise to his former offensive lineman, Macade Isbell, as the senior leader signed... + continue reading

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Mary Littlejohn and Rebecca Okashah have announced plan to marry in May of this year. He is the sone of Robert and Susan Littlejohn and the grandson of the late Byron and Maxine Littlejohn and... + continue reading