Local damage minimal after stormy night
Wednesday storms brought negligible issues to Cooke County, with more dire effects experienced to the south.
Guest's memoir a hit at book signing
A magical summer in Gainesville in 1935 is recalled in Betty Bradley Junkin Guest’s book “Once Upon a Falling Star.”
Gainesville Rotary club unfurls flag program
Members of the Gainesville Rotary Club are currently preparing the organization’s annual flag program which delivers and displays large American flags throughout the community and surrounding area.
Valley View officials sworn in
Valley View city officials were sworn in during a recent city council meeting.
United Way begins 'Caring' project
The gauntlet has been thrown to area groups, churches and local business in a friendly competition to be held May 30 to assist the Cooke County United Way (CCUW) as part of the organization’s second “Community Caring” event in 2013.
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Bridge demo accomplished without a hitch
The scheduled two-night demolition of Gainesville’s Star Street Bridge became a single night’s work spanning Tuesday into Wednesday, with much of the bridge busted away ahead of plan.
Sharp discusses tax revenue, city development
Executive Director Kent Sharp of the Gainesville Economic Development Corporation (GEDC) discussed tax revenue and rebates at the Wednesday Lion’s Club meeting.
- FBI agent visits Rotary
Stanford House to benefit from Butterfield show
Tickets remain available for Thursday’s benefit performance of “The Prisoner of Second Avenue,” a comedy by playwright legend Neil Simon.
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