The Groesbeck Youth Baseball & Softball recently canceled the 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Though municipalities and organizations around the state are readying to reopen in a limited capacity, the response is still in Phase 1 of reopening. The organization announced that refunds will be processed in the coming weeks for previously paid registration fees.
When the COVID-19 crisis began, Los Pepe’s Fine Mexican Food closed it’s Mexia and Groesbeck locations, preparing for the worst. Owner Carlos Zamora was worried about business and how long the crisis would last. Though the Mexia location is still closed, Zamora is ready to get back to business in Groesbeck.
In his first year as the Groesbeck baseball coach, J.K. Moody loaded up his non-district schedule to adequately prepare his team for what he hoped would be a strong district season and deep playoff run.
The Texas Department of Transportation announced the beginning of a pavement upgrade project on SH 14 in Limestone County. The pavement upgrade will be performed from the Freestone County Line to FM 39. The project will begin Monday, May 4, and will be completed in a few months, weather permitting. Crews will be recycling and overlaying the existing pavement along the project route to resurface the road.
Texas community banks, through the Texas Bankers Association and its charitable arm, the Texas Bankers Foundation, is partnering with Feeding Texas to launch the Texas Banks 4 Food Banks program during the COVID-19 emergency. The foundation is initially contributing a total of $26,000 to the Feeding Texas network of 21 food banks serving each of the 254 counties, with banks to increase the effort by additional donations and advocacy for the food banks.