A driver was rescued Sunday from the hood of her pickup truck when it got stuck in rushing floodwaters on
Limestone county commissioners court met Tuesday with a virtually closed session under Gov. Greg Abbot’s COVID-19 virus restrictions, limiting gatherings to 10 or fewer. County Judge Richard Duncan noted that the court had received special permission from the Texas Attorney General to hold the meeting in a “semi-closed” fashion. Tuesday’s meeting, like the court’s other meetings, were broadcast live on the county’s website, co.limestone.tx.us, and is archived there for the public to watch.
Pictured left to right are Heather Weihausen, Ashley Stewart and Crala Pringle getting ready to roll from Enge-Washington. The trio took addresses to visit students, honk and wave. “It helps morale and it keeps them connected,” said Pringle.
The first case of someone in Limestone County testing positive for COVID-19 has been reported: a 50-year-old woman. No other information
Staff at Groesbeck ISD was busy at all campus over the last two weeks, as the effects of an extended spring break are yet to be seen on parent.