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GHS set to host fifth annual powwow for students
The 5th annual Gainesville Student Benefit Powwow will be from 2 to10 p.m. Saturday (March 1) at the Gainesville High School gymnasium.
Students raise funds for injured staff member
Long time Gainesville Independent School District (GISD) employee Jody Smith, seriously injured in a hit and run accident last month, has many Gainesville High School (GHS) students rallying to his cause to raise financial assistance for the popular GISD maintenance staff member.
Youth fair horse show
Austin Griffith, 12, of Valley View 4-H walks his horse Izzy between shows at the Cooke County Youth Fair Equine Division competition held at the North Central Texas College Arena on Wednesday.
Primary election early voting ends Friday
Cooke County voters have until 5 p.m. Friday to participate in early voting for the March 4 primary election held at the Cooke County Courthouse Annex, 112 S. Dixon St.
NFL cornerback Brown talks life lessons at Rotary
As the guest speaker at the Gainesville Rotary Club meeting Tuesday, former University of Texas star and current National Football League cornerback Tarell Brown opened with a question that he has lived by all his life.
Sheriff speaks at Lions Club
Cooke County sheriff Terry Gilbert spoke at the Gainesville Lions Club Wednesday and advised club members of the progress made by the sheriff’s department this past year in drug enforcement and additional visibility in the county ensuring county residents that they are under protection also.
Annual fair showcases youth projects
Amberly Dickerson, 16, of Callisburg FFA gets her swine, Bacon, ready for their appearance in the show ring during the Cooke County Youth Fair swine show held at the Callisburg agriculture barn Tuesday.
Edison Elementary art show
Edison Elementary kindergartner Jocelyn Victorio participated in the second annual Edison Elementary Art Show Thursday evening at the school. Jocelyn’s teacher, Jill Linnell, teaches her students about color, composition and perspective at a level far beyond their young years.
Concert to bring back Hollywood's 'Golden Age'
The annual Sounds of NCTC concert, scheduled for March 7, will take concert-goers back to the Golden Age of Hollywood.
Butterfield Stage to put new spin on classic play
Butterfield Stage continues its long tradition of providing classic productions with its latest show – “12 Angry Jurors.”
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