The Miss Limestone County Fair Queen Pageant recently crowned Kolby Morton as the top contender Saturday, March 14. Groesbeck ISD, members of the Limestone County Fair Association, sponsors and more attended the pageant and ceremony, put together this year by Pageant Coordinator Monica Little, Tiffany Burleson and many volunteers. Anson Massey was master of ceremonies, with Don Waller providing the music.
The Limestone County Historical Commission held its regular meeting on March 3, 2020 in the visitor center at Old Fort Parker. Members present were Linda Jordan, Bruce Jordan, Bubba McDonald, Linda Ferris, Bill Ferris, Cindy Pollard, Sarah McReynolds and William Reagan.
Every year, the Better Business Bureau compiles data submitted to BBB's Scam Tracker to discover which scams pose the greatest risk to consumers. Using exposure, susceptibility and median dollar loss as factors, the risk index determines the top 10 scams targeting consumers. In 2019, employment scams remained in the number one spot. However, a newcomer appeared on this year's list: cryptocurrency scams.
Members of the 4-H Youth present a check to Limestone County commissioners for $2,000, to contribute to new horse panels for an increase in participants and events at the fairgrounds. From left, are Veda, Kayson, County Judge Richard Duncan, Isaac Lewis, Precinct 2 Commissioner Sonny Baker, Bradeyn, Michael Wagner Jr. and Precinct 1 Commissioner John McCarver. Groesbeck Journal photo/ Arthur DeVitalis
Senior Hannah DeFriend is pictured in the middle with Coach Jim Longbotham left and Coach James Brooks right. Longbotham previously stated that DeFriend, the sole senior player for the girls this year, is aiming for state in the singles competition. Contributed photo.