The annual Kosse First United Methodist Church Bazaar will be held on Sat., October 3 at the Methodist Pavilion on Hwy 14. In following COVID-19 safety recommendations, the Bazaar will be scaled back slightly this year.
While summer is generally considered wedding season, a survey conducted by Wedding Wire shows that October 10 was the top 2020 wedding date. October has also been the most popular month to get married for four consecutive years. Unfortunately, COVID-19 has forced many couples to cancel or postpone their weddings, and many couples are still unsure what the future holds for their big day.
The Texas Medical Association (TMA) invites Texas youth to get creative and send their best drawing or painting of a maskwearing hero by Aug. 24 for a chance to win a $150 gift card.
Living Proof Church completed the seventh year of its backpack outreach program on July 31; gathering the necessary school supplies and backpacks to provide 151 area students a successful new school year.
Limestone County Attorney Roy DeFriend, left, along with Assistant County Attorney Tara Avants, at right, present Mexia Police Chief Brian Bell a check in the amount of $1,732.50. The funds were proceeds from a drug forfeiture case investigated by the Mexia Police Department which were seized and forfeited by the County Attorney’s Office. Drug forfeiture funds may only be used for law enforcement purposes, such as officer training, bullet-proof vests and ammunition. “These funds can help train and equip our officers at no expense to local taxpayers” DeFriend said. Contributed photo