A 15-year old male was arrested on Sunday afternoon after a stabbing that left one person injured at a home in Groesbeck.
Groesbeck Homecoming has arrived with activities planned for this weekend. A big welcome home to one and all! Due to COVID-19 sanctions, the homecoming activities will be somewhat different this year.
The high-speed train that promises to transport passengers between Dallas and Houston in 90 minutes has been approved by the Federal Railroad Administration, according to Texas Central Railroad, the company in charge of the project.
In order to lock in the best rate for the city, Groesbeck Council Members unanimously approved a decision to continue working with energy provider TXU Energy for the next decade in their regular meeting on Tuesday, September 15. Though the city’s contract
Ebenezer Church and Cemetery is located 8 miles east of Kosse just off Hwy 7 on Ebenezer Church Rd. A short program and business meeting will be held inside the old church on Saturday, October 10, at 10:00 am. There will be no meal this year. Donations will be accepted for the building and cemetery upkeep. We look forward to seeing several of you there as you visit the site that is so dear to many hearts. Feel free to bring flowers and/or spruce up grave sites before or after the meeting. If you cannot attend, donations can be mailed to Ebenezer Church and Cemetery PO Box 21 Kosse, TX 76653. Call 254-645-0199 for more information.