- Addressing school curriculum
Spring Fling draws crowd to Leonard Park
Gainesville’s annual Spring Fling brought an estimated 3,500 visitors to Leonard Park on Saturday, providing the crowds with live music and more than 40 craft vendors.
Postal workers to help 'Stamp Out Hunger'
On Saturday May 11, U.S. Post Office letter carriers will not only be delivering mail but will be collecting non-perishable food donations for Volunteers in Service to Others. (VISTO), the local food bank for Cooke County.
Developer tries to save city building
Property on O’Neal Street in Gainesville, formerly a longstanding home of the city’s hospital and officially declared a nuisance in recent months, stands to be razed.
'Design on a Dime' draws a crowd
A bevy of local residents and thrifty shoppers participated in the fourth annual Stanford House ‘Design on a Dime’ spring style show and fundraiser Thursday for the senior citizen activity center in Gainesville.
Summer meal program gears up
Area children are eligible to receive breakfast and lunch as part of the Summer Feed 2013 program sponsored by the Gainesville Independent School District (GISD).
Organizers 'M-o-o-ving' on mud run fundraiser
M-o-o-ving Thru’ the Mud with Landon Mud Run is back and slingin’ more mud than ever.
Thornberry: Terror has not gone away
Advocating a strong defense in a dangerous world, United States House Representative Mac Thornberry [R-Clarendon] spoke at the May 1 Rotary Club meeting.
Cooke County Clerk released April grand jury indictment list
The Cooke County District Clerk’s office recently made available a slate of grand jury indictments — cases all filed during the month of April.
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