Jake Pringle and Fernando Venegas have known each other for as long as they can remember.
By Daniel Perry, TSTC
Since 2014, Kosse Cares, Inc. has procured, packed and shipped several hundred care packages to service members from our area.
By Jennifer Paull
Hick’s Grocery & Masonic Hall in Groesbeck
This photo of Hick’s Grocery in Groesbeck was probably taken in 1953. The Masonic Hall was located on the upper floor.
One hundred people gathered at the Limestone County courthouse Monday to mark Veterans Day, with special notation for the American Legion, which turns 100 this year, and a Groesbeck veteran whose 1
By Roxanne Thompson
“It was 6:30 a.m. Aug. 18, 1922. It came with a roar, and suddenly all of us who had doubted and made fun of the effort had to change our time.
The Fishes and Loaves Food Bank in Groesbeck is asking Groesbeck community to open their cabinet and pocketbooks to make this year’s Food for Families event a success. On Friday, Nov.
By Jennifer Paul
The Coolidge football team was edged by Penelope, 56-52, in its final game of the season at Coolidge on Friday night.
By Staff Reports
Coming out of, arguably, the toughest Class 4A, Division II district in the state of Texas, the Mexia Blackcats are primed to make a run in their return to the postseason playoffs after a year’s ab
By Skip Leon
The 6-4 (3-3 in district play) Fairfield Eagles begin the team’s 2019 playoff march Friday night in Athens, as the neutral site will see a matchup between the Eagles and Wills Point, champions of D
By Thomas Leffler
Kosse Lions Club: The Kosse Lions Club meets on the second Tuesday each month at the Kosse Cafe.
The “Fruit of the Spirit” JOY. (Gal. 5:22) The Holy Spirit produces “Spiritual Joy” in God’s people.
By Pastor Jack,
October was a very busy month, and it appears that November will be another busy month.
NOVEMBER 14- Kosse Community Thanksgiving Dinner from 6:30 pm at Kosse Community Center Bring a side dish or dessert also bring canned good donations for the Kosse Food Bank
NOVEMBER 7- 1pm Sterling C.
H.O. Whitehurst and Enge-Intermediate PE teachers present the Limestone Cancer Support Group a check in the amount of $4000.
Edmund John Schuster, 84, of Point Enterprise passed away in his home on November 9, 2019. Edmund was born October 24, 1935, in Teague, Texas, to Michael and Anna Schaffer Schuster.
Letha Mae Thompson, 76, of Groesbeck passed away on October 31, 2019 at Parkview Regional Hospital in Mexia.
Leamon Eugene Cox, of Kosse, passed away at Limestone Medical Center on Tuesday, October 29, 2019, at age 76.