Limestone County Emergency Services District #2 with West Lake Limestone Volunteer Fire Department representing the west and north sides of Lake Limestone recently held a Town Hall meeting on March
The following cases were collected from the Limestone County Courthouse offices of the District and County Clerk for March 2021. Filed cases are collected around the first of each month.
The Kosse Heritage Society has been busy preparing historical documentation for our annual Homecoming tours and Spring Festival on April 17th, it will be at the Kosse Community Center.
The Lady Goats defeated Franklin 12-2 and Westwood 15-6 this past week. The wins move Groesbeck to 15-7 overall with a 7-2 district record. Groesbeck is tied for second place with Franklin.
Six Lady Goats are advancing to the Area Track Meet at Crockett High School on April 14 after the district track meet last week.
Two doubles teams won championships on their home court at the Groesbeck Invitational Tennis Tournament.
Much has been written about the creative power of love.
This week’s Tom’s Topics encourages one and all to keep the family of Chad Walker in your thoughts and prayers.
The latest report on child maltreatment fatalities and near fatalities, compiled by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, indicates 251 children in Texas died in fiscal year 2020
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Limestone County Residents have penned their thoughts and submitted their essays in the Massey Foundation Essay Contest: 2020 Left Behind: Reflections.
The Groesbeck Lions Club will present its 23rd annual Car Show on Saturday, June 12, in Groesbeck City Park. The Car Show will be 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The awards will be presented at 2:00 p.m.
March 22, 2021
Dorothy LaNelle Clendenen, 81, of Groesbeck, Texas entered her eternal home on April 1, 2021 after a brave and courageous battle with Alzheimer’s.
Russell Joseph Miller, Jr., known to everyone as “Red,” of Mexia (Fallon community) passed away at home on April 3, 2021, at age 67.
Mary Louise Moore was born in Arlington, Texas on October 26, 1924, to Champ Clark and Florence Lousie Fielder Barnes.