LARAS House, the only animal rescue and adoption shelter in Limestone County concluded a raffle on Thursday, July 4th by drawing for the two items being raffled off.
By Putt Riddle
TxDOT has launched a campaign to persuade drivers to stop driving distracted.
By Staff Report
Susan Thompson, of Mexia, won a Henry .44 Magnum Rifle at a drawing held July 4th by the Ashburn Hanna American Legion Post 288.
A suspect who was being sought in connection with a shooting in Mexia on June 27 was in the Mclennan County Jail Friday afternoon.
A second suspect remains at large.
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Raylee Masters placed 1st in the bicycle decorating contest during 4th of July festivities.
It didn’t matter which age bracket they played in. Or what part of Texas they played in.
By Putt Riddle
The 15U team coached by Jordon Chiglo and playing in Denison this week in the state tournament
An impending, expected death may be one of the most difficult situations to deal with, but those facing death, and their families, may find significant help through hospice care.
By Roxanne Thompson
The Independence Day celebration in Groesbeck was really great this year!
By Tom Hawkins
Salut (Hello/Romanian). I trust everyone enjoined the 4th of July. Happy Birthday America. Robin York was our big bingo winners on Tuesday and Friday was Pat Ogden.
By Tanya Phillips
The area experienced some very heavy rain late Saturday afternoon and during the early evening hours.
Molina , He is a really fun pup at 4 months old he is now fully vetted, microchipped and on heartworm prevention, He gets along great with other dogs loves kids and is house trained!
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Has everyone noticed the beautiful crepe myrtle trees in Groesbeck this year? The two crepe myrtles trees shown above are on East Navasota Street next to Shear Elegance.
Mr. Jonathan Andre Rogers., born one sunny afternoon on June 4. 1982 in Dallas. TX to Ms. Annie Rogers. He was the fourth of five children born. Shortly after, he came to Kosse.
John Earl Parks, Sr., of Groesbeck, passed away Friday, June 28, 2019 in Fairfield, at age 70.