Two Temple citizens were arrested on Friday, March 13 in Falls County, after leading law enforcement on a highspeed chase in a stolen vehicle. Thanks to collaborative efforts by the Kosse Police Department, Marlin Police Department and Falls County Sheriff’s Department, no one was injured, and the individuals were taken to Limestone County Jail for several charges including felony evading, reckless driving and drug paraphernalia.
Our numbers are still down as we only had 15 to attend today being site manager, Janice Bilbrey, Wayne Sharp, Bobbie Reynolds, Linda Taylor, Fonetta Simmons, Elizabeth Neason, Geri Levassar, Sue Wood, Lorene Stembridge, Helen Harvey, Wilma Lee, Alma Stewart, nurse Ami Wietzikoski and myself. Thank you Ami for our blood pressure readings each week. Some ailing and others with doctors appointments and various reasons. We pray for all of you that are sick or ailing. Learned that Linda Watson was unable to have the heart procedure done in Dallas and we continue to pray for her. Neennah German is still unable to be with us and we want her to know she is missed as well as Wilmer Spivey who is in LTC Nursing Home and came for many years and served as a director. These are just a few among a long list we have to pray for each week.
The coronavirus has sparked the attention of the entire world. Due the corona virus the Groesbeck Independent School District has suspended classes til May 30. Several other school districts have also closed for this week. It is understood that the Mexia ISD will remain open.
The Bible says, “Do not take revenge, my friends, but leave room for God’s wrath, for it is written: It is mine to avenge; I will repay,” says the Lord. (Romans 12:19)