As public schools statewide continue making efforts to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic safely and efficiently, many students have chosen to learn remotely from home, but some are struggling to succeed in this format. In their regular meeting on Monday, November 16, Groesbeck board members discussed an opportunity created by The Texas Education Agency (TEA), which grants school districts the authority to require select remote learning students (those who are making a 70 or below AND/OR have three or more unexcused absences) to return to in-person instruction. “This would not do away with remote instruction,”
It’s that time again to share food with those who need help.
Did you see the Weinermobile in Limestone County on Wednesday? That’s all thanks to Texas Home Health & Hospice and Sindra McLean (picture walking alongside). The Oscar Mayer Weinermobile traveled to Groesbeck and Mexia nursing homes and also participated in the Veterans day parade in Groesbeck on Wed. Nov. 11. Photo by Jennifer Paul/Groesbeck Journal
The following indictments were handed down by the Limestone County Grand Jury on Oct. 21. Those listed are not guilty unless and until a court finds otherwise.
During the first days of the pandemic, an unauthorized person gained possession of five M-1 Garand ceremonial rifles belonging to American Legion Post 288.