— Era High School sophomores wore pink recently in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month observed annually in October. In the back row, left to right are Landis Walther, Hailee Tucker, Sarah Doughty, Rachel Balthrop, Erin Paschal, Kirsten Trigg, Cheyenne Kemper and Adrien Hart. In the second row, front to back, are Emilie Galaviz, Courtney Neu, Lainey Boyd, Kendall Pearse, Darian Fuller and Meagan Burge. Luis Romero is in the front row.
Sell-O-Rama returns to civic center
Every crafter has a story.
The Gainesville Civic Center was the site of multiple stories and exchanges as vendors sold handmade items at the 32nd annual Arts & Crafts Sell-O-Rama.
Golf tournament helps Special Olympics athletes
Proceeds from today’s golf tournament on behalf of the Gainesville Independent School District Special Olympics organization is the key boost in getting 16 of its athletes to Arlington.
Officials investigate freight train collision
A collision between a Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight train and a car delayed traffic at several Gainesville railroad crossings Saturday morning
Creative writing awards ceremony set for April 12
North Central Texas College is once again hosting the NCTC Creative Writing Contest and the awards ceremony is planned for next month.
Church News 3-22
Church news reported this week.
VISTO luncheon to spotlight volunteers
Volunteer efforts during the past year on behalf of the county’s central food aid program will get their due spotlight this month.
Valley View to host circus March 24
Due to the sponsorship of Valley View Area Chamber of Commerce, Culpepper & Merriweather Circus, now in its 29th edition, is coming to Valley View on Sunday, March 24, at the Valley View ISD football field parking lot with two scheduled main performances at 2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.
'Fur Ball' event a success despite storm
Spirits were high at the 2013 Noah’s Ark “Fur Ball” despite Saturday night’s severe storm.
Spot on: GHS students learn TV production skills
The Audio Video (AV) Technology class at Gainesville High School (GHS) introduces students to life behind and in front of the camera.
NCTC to sponsor largest-ever health care industry survey
The three-county region served by North Central Texas College will be the target of the largest health care industry employer outreach and workforce survey ever undertaken in the area.
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