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Fort Parker was filled with Colonial Period characters over this past weekend, from hunters, trappers, farmers, craftsmen, merchants, voyagers and town folk, along with women of various backgrounds. There were also soldiers dressed in French, Spanish, American and British uniforms. The group... + continue reading
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By Liz McDaniel Special to the Journal The Groesbeck ISD School Board met on Monday, February 13, 2017. Members present were Tom Sutton, Bill David Sadler, Mika Morgan, Bridgett Jackson, Bob Waller, and Randy Hunter. Chris Rand was not present. A public hearing was presented before the... + continue reading
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Mexia News Staff Report Seven types of recalled Sargento cheese have been pulled from the shelves of both of Mexia’s major grocery outlets, H-E-B and Walmart. H-E-B General Manager Craig Mytton said the Mexia store did not have any of the lot numbers included in the recall. Walmart Dairy... + continue reading
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Journal Staff Report Groesbeck students competed in a variety of events this past weekend (Feb. 11) at the Grandview UIL tournament. Dusty Roberts placed second in Current Issues; Dani Venegas placed second in Calculator, 9/10 Division, along with teammates Vincent Nguyen, who placed fourth... + continue reading
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By Stephen R. Farris Journal Staff It was a day of excitement and celebration inside the gym at Enge-Washington Intermediate School last Thursday, as students sang songs and danced to music along with mascot “Rory the Lion” before presenting a check for $21,880 to the American Heart... + continue reading

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2017 FEBRUARY 17 DIAMOND M JACKPOT BARREL RACE at the Limestone County Fairgrounds. Exhibitions at 4:30 p.m. with Jackpot starting at 7 p.m. For Information contact Larissa Matchett (254) 981-6146. FEBRUARY 18 THE ANNUAL LCRTA "CHILDREN'S BOOK GIVE AWAY" will be at HEB from 10 to 2. All... + continue reading
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Journal Staff Report New businesses on the horizon Quite a few things are beginning to take shape for the City of Kosse, as it has been announced that the community will be getting a new Family Dollar store and a medical clinic. The Kosse Economic Development Committee and the City of... + continue reading

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Fort Parker was filled with Colonial Period characters over this past weekend, from hunters, trappers, farmers, craftsmen, merchants, voyagers and town folk, along with women of various backgrounds. There were also soldiers dressed in French, Spanish, American and British uniforms. The group... + continue reading
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By Liz McDaniel Special to the Journal The Groesbeck ISD School Board met on Monday, February 13, 2017. Members present were Tom Sutton, Bill David Sadler, Mika Morgan, Bridgett Jackson, Bob Waller, and Randy Hunter. Chris Rand was not present. A public hearing was presented before the... + continue reading
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Mexia News Staff Report Seven types of recalled Sargento cheese have been pulled from the shelves of both of Mexia’s major grocery outlets, H-E-B and Walmart. H-E-B General Manager Craig Mytton said the Mexia store did not have any of the lot numbers included in the recall. Walmart Dairy... + continue reading

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Journal Staff Report The 2016-17 basketball season may have started off slow for the Groesbeck Lady Goats, but they made a lot of improvements throughout the year and ended district play with... + continue reading

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By Tom Hawkins Election Day 2016 is drawing nearer and nearer. Election Day, of course is Tuesday, November 8!   A reminder to all Limestone County voters that early voting began on Monday... + continue reading