PET OF THE MONTH Rowdy is 15 weeks old and is fully vetted. He is an active little buckaroo. He loves to spend his days playing until the sun goes down. Rowdy is super friendly and never meets a stranger. He gets along well with everyone who follows his rules and is sure to keep you entertained. For more information or to meet Rowdy, contact Bi-Stone Small Paws Rescue on Facebook or adoptapet.com, or call them at 254-203-3466.
The following area students received degrees during the 2021 Spring semester at Sam Houston State University.
I grew up in Thornton and attended school there 1st through 12th grades. My parents were Rawls and Mildred Rasco and I had two sisters, Betty and Linda Lou.
We The People of Groesbeck Lion’s Club recently made their first donation to help contribute to Kosse Cares. The group was able to donate a total of $500. We The People of Groesbeck is a like-minded group of individuals whose love for our community and the country brought us together with mutual intention. The group as a whole highly respects the service and sacrifices that are made by the men and women who serve. They meet on the first and third Fridays of the month at 7 p.m.at Kamdan’s Cafe. Pictured (l-r) Road Captain Michael Fulmer, President Brian Hunter, Treasurer Janelle Hunter, Facilitator Gabby Masters, Member Kimberly Perkins, Michelle Latray with Kosse Cares, members Larry and Debbie Fulmer, Liaison Shawn Perkins, Vice President Danny Fulmer, and Secretary Michelle Fulmer. Not pictured is member Kamryn Perkins.
The Fort Parker Memorial Park wishes to thank the Young Marines for their great work at the cemetery.