- Local News
Muenster's Germanfest to begin Friday
Germanfest starts at noon on Friday and will end at 8 p.m. Sunday with exciting activities in between.
The 39th annual Germanfest is sponsored by the Muenster Chamber of Commerce and in three days thousands of people will attend one of the most fun festivals in north Texas.
Crash causes two injuries
A two vehicle collision resulted in the injury of 24 year old Sean Hartman and 86 year old Shirley Newton on Tuesday afternoon, April 22.
Indian Creek VFD gets new camera
The Indian Creek Volunteer Fire Department received a new thermal imaging camera that will assist firefighters in extinguishing hidden fires in a structure.
NCTC art show winners recognized at ceremony
Winners received their awards at a recent ceremony capping this year’s 48th annual Community Art Show hosted by the Visual Arts Department at North Central Texas College.
GISD honors Special Olympics team
It was an action-packed night at the Gainesville Independent School District (GISD) board meeting Monday with much recognition for accomplishments and honors leading off the evening.
NCTC regents vote for new ag building
North Central Texas College will be getting a new Agriculture Center on the Gainesville campus.
At Monday’s regular meeting, NCTC regents unanimously voted to demolish the current building which hosts agriculture, equine and horticulture classes, and construct a new building on the same site.
The current building is in need of major repairs, according to reports, and includes upstairs space that is not usable.
NCTC Equine hosts horse judging competition
North Central Texas College Equine hosted the National Horse Judging Team Coaches’ Association Spring Contest and Julie Voge’s Judging 101 on April 15 at the NCTC Gainesville campus.
Egg hunting at Frank Buck Zoo
The Easter Bunny made an early appearance at the Frank Buck Zoo Eggstravaganza Saturday as children and parents from all around North Texas collected Easter eggs and photo opportunities during the zoo’s annual celebration.
Courthouse ribbons stand to serve as reminder
With April being Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention month, 138 blue ribbons dot the Gainesville courthouse lawn as a reminder of Cooke County children who currently have been placed into foster homes due to abusive or neglectful home situations.
MISD adds wind reinvestment zone
The Muenster Independent School District board approved the creation of the Muenster Wind Reinvestment Zone that will provide a $6.6 million tax benefit for 14 years, according to the April 10 unofficial minutes.
- More Local News Headlines
- Muenster's Germanfest to begin Friday