Habitat seeks volunteers
Gainesville Area Habitat for Humanity officials say they could always use more funds in generating new houses for local low-income families — and a golf tournament set for June 22, in Lake Kiowa, may be their biggest fundraiser during 2013.
NTMC to host blood drive
In times of crisis, as we have seen with the recent tragedies in Boston and West, people are motivated to help in any way possible.
Public tours new crisis shelter facility
Sunday’s open house tour of the Abigail’s Arms crisis center on East Highway 82 in Gainesville revealed an optimal environment for its future clients.
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First Baptist plans 'Day of Prayer'
From coast to coast, followers of Christ will unite the first Thursday in May to ask blessings on the United States during the 62nd National Day of Prayer.
Walnut Bend students 'adopt' zoo animals
Walnut Bend Elementary School students visited the Frank Buck Zoo Monday to deliver a $222 donation for the zoo’s new clouded leopard exhibit.
Gava scholarship to help local art student
The Gainesville Area Visual Arts (GAVA) presented a $500 scholarship to Gainesville High School (GHS) senior Gina Winters at April’s GAVA meeting held at the North Central Texas College (NCTC) Visual Arts building.
Open enrollment at Edison E;ementary
Edison Elementary School will hold its 2013-2014 open enrollment event the week of April 29 through May 3 for kindergarten students. Students must be age 5 before Sept. 1, 2013.
Valley View sailor becomes a Navy first
PACIFIC OCEAN (NNS) — An officer on board the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN 68) is the Navy's first female Aircraft Launch and Recovery Equipment (ALRE) Boatswain (Bos'n).
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