On Fri., Feb. 1 at approximately 1:30 P.M.
Karen Washington is challenging Groesbeck citizens to go beyond “regular” food and treat their taste buds to something new, especially if that something new comes from her recently opened restauran
By Alexandra Cannon
January 21, 2019
11:20 a.m. Sgt. Bell and Officer Romero to police department for animal surrender. Citizen surrendered animal that was struck by vehicle on North Ellis Street.
Groesbeck and Mexia Police officers made a gambling bust Wednesday in Mexia, the third such joint effort in the past two months.
By Roxanne Thompson
From news of an advancement in a rural water-supply grant application by West Lake Limestone Fire Department to continued county spending issues and pipeline proposals from ONEOK, the county commis
Lake Limestone and Marina hosted 64 tough anglers from all over the state on Saturday, Feb.
By Alexandra Cannon
Groesbeck Seniors Grant Johnson, Clayton Herridge, and Jorge Del Rio signed letters of intent on Feb. 6 while Senior Makenzie Gibson took her turn Feb. 7.
The Groesbeck tennis team gets together for a photo with the plaque they earned for winning the Waco Robinson Tennis Tournament. Groesbeck won the championship over 12 other teams.
Growing up, Grant Johnson and his older brother, Hogan Johnson, had dreams of playing sports in college.
By Skip Leon
Thank you for the article on the three teams by Tom Hawkins. I woul like to add information.
Workforce commission reports continuation of employment trend
By Ed Sterling
The start of this new year marks the beginning of my 26th year as editor of The Canadian Record. It also...not coincidentally...marks the 26th anniversary of my father’s death.
EUTAW Masonic Lodge #233 roof Kosse held a spaghetti dinner fundraiser at Kosse Community Center on Sat. Feb.
By Contributed By Randy Willard, W.M. Of Eutaw Masonic Lodge #233, And Alexandra Cannon Photograph Image/jpg To Celebrate The Significance Of 160 Years Since The Birth Of The Loca
The Groesbeck Lions Club met for its weekly meeting on Wednesday, February 6, at 12 noon at Mi Rancho Restaurant.
Veterans of Foreign Wars annually recognizes the nation’s top classroom elementary, junior high and high school teachers who address citizenship education topics regularly and promote America’s his
Michael David DuPlantis left this earth on January 16, 2019 to be in the presence of his Lord Jesus Christ. Mike is the son of William Ennis (Bill) and Frances Lee Lenamon DuPlantis of Baytown.
After a long struggle with multiple, serious health conditions, Jim Ford, 87, died peacefully on Friday, January 25, 2019, with his wife, daughter, son, his four grandchildren and their spouses/swe
Kenneth Merle Oates, of Groesbeck, passed away at Limestone Medical Center on Wednesday, January 23, 2019, at age 77.
Groesbeck Homecoming Parade 2018
Photos by Alexandra Cannon, Jesse Rodriguez, and Angela Crane.
Pictures courtesy of Ja