Gainesville — Muenster Elementary School’s Terrific Kids for the third six weeks include: Pre-K students Megan Hess, Raven Giles, Anna Warren, Preston Robillard, Paityn Price and Ryder Gann. Kindergarten Terrific Kids are Marlee Walterscheid, Austin Spaeth, Carter Klement, Jasmine Hacker, Landon Hacker, Karissa Harrison, Della Hartman and Ayden Gray. First grade Terrific Kids are Luke Anderson, Braeden Hacker, Gage Eberhart, Reece Acayan, Daultyn Dunn and Abigail Hendley. Second grade Terrific Kids are Samantha Lockhart, Collin Lovett, Bradley Lutkenhaus, Owen Bayer, Kaci Ford and Meadow Walterscheid. Third grade Terrific Kids are A.J. Christopher, Alex Hacker, Ty Sanders, Hailey Flusche and Yadira Ibarra. Fourth grade Terrific Kids are Sarah Monday, Jada Binder, Erin Hesse, Ty Trubenbach, Samantha Simmons, Daniel Rodriguez, Marienne Tai and Bayley Otto. Fifth grade Terrific Kids are Major Eldridge, Chase McMinn, Johnathan Zielinski, Anthony Rodriguez, Jenna Hudspaeth, Danny Luttmer, Riley Stewart and Lane Trubenbach. Sixth grade Terrific Kids are Merrett Jones, Chris Kresge, Hayden Otto, Garrett Bindel, Nolan Bayer, Rut Rodriguez and Blair Waneck. Terrific Kids awards are sponsored by Kiwanis Clubs of Muenster.
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Sharp: City still on track for annual budget
Kent Sharp, executive director of the Gainesville Economic Development Corporation (GEDC) advised the GEDC board Monday that the city is still on track for the $1 million budget for 2013-2014 year ending Sept. 30.
First State Bank to acquire new branches after merger
First State Bank is set to have offices in Cooke, Denton, Montague and Wise counties after officials with Chisholm Bancshares, Inc. signed a definitive agreement with Red River Bancorp, parent company of First State Bank.
NCTC honor society wraps up successful year
North Central Texas College’s Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) honor society recently wrapped up another school year by winning several awards at the PTK International Conference.
Texas confirms first case of West Nile virus
The Texas Department of State Health Services today confirmed the state’s first case of West Nile illness of the season. DSHS is urging people to take precautions to reduce the risk of contracting West Nile virus, a mosquito-borne illness.
GHS English teacher selected for literary workshop
A Gainesville teacher was selected to attend “Teaching the American Literary Tradition,” a professional development institute sponsored by Humanities Texas, the College of Liberal Arts at The University of Texas at Austin (UT) and the Harry Ransom Center.
Oncor keeping busy in Gainesville
Oncor Electric has stayed busy upgrading electric poles and equipment near the downtown area recently.
Valley View Police Department adds new vehicle
Valley View Police Department recently added a Chevrolet Tahoe.
Gainesville welcomes Good Morning Texas
The City of Gainesville was featured on WFAA-TV Channel 8 Good Morning Texas on Thursday with Paige McCoy Smith reporting and Laura Cates behind the camera.
Gainesville CPA honored by professional organization
One CPA from Gainesville was among those honored during the annual Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants (OSCPA) meeting held in Norman, Okla.
Residents hold July 4 holiday in high regard
Independence Day means many things to many people around the country and Gainesville is no exception.
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