— Members of the Gainesville High School Key Club stand beside Principal David Glancy at the finish line of the GISD Education Foundation Disco Run Sunday morning. Pictured with Glancy are Hunter Goldsworthy, Jorge Alvarado, Jordan Moore, Carson Markle, David Glancy, Benjamin Turbeville, Morgan Moore, Joan Dill and Bailey Sharp.
- Local News
Unemployment rate down in Cooke County
Recent Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) data shows favorable changes in the local unemployment rate and civilian labor force since the start of 2013, with officials giving equal credit to Cooke County’s strength of industry and proximity to larger cities.
- Cooke County EMS facility underway
- Circus clown performs at library storyhour series
- Lions Club holds officer installation
- Farm Service Agency accepting committee nominations
- Unemployment rate down in Cooke County
- Local Sports
MLB: Texas Rangers feel they're close to breaking out
The Texas Rangers know they’re in a slump.
- FOOTBALL: Gainesville's Moore to play in Oil Bowl
- BASEBALL: Muenster's Flusche, Lindsay's Hughes earns all-state
- FOOTBALL: Muenster's Walterscheid chooses Oklahoma State
- FOOTBALL: Muenster's Walterscheid receiving recruiting attention
- MLB: Texas Rangers feel they're close to breaking out
During Monday’s commissioners’ court meeting, officials signed a proclamation declaring June as “Domestic Violence Awareness Month” throughout the county. Kim Cook (center right) of Gainesville’s Abigail’s Arms victim crisis center was present at the meeting and received the proclamation from County Judge John Roane.
Court approves domestic violence initiative
Monday’s regular Cooke County commissioners’ court meeting included emphasis on the special efforts among local agencies against domestic violence, and on upcoming campaigns to spread awareness.
- Texas teacher retirement funds sound, official says
- Gearing up for summer fun
- Tickets available for Butterfield 'Fish Fest'
- Gainesville salutes fallen heroes
- Court approves domestic violence initiative
- Gainesville Pride
The dealership offers outstanding savings on new and pre-owned vehicles.
Klement Ford of Muenster offers top-notch service, quality vehicle selection
From Highway 82, the Klement Ford dealership is the first and largest sight in Muenster, the town where this car business has enjoyed more than 65 years of success.
And unlike fledgling companies, this one is here to stay.
- Geo. J. Carroll & Son helps families during their greatest times of need
- Glitzy Girlz boutique focuses on glamor at affordable prices
- York Eye Associates makes customers' vision needs their main concern
- 'How Bazzar' indoor vendor market stirs up excitement at Gainesville Outlet Mall
- Klement Ford of Muenster offers top-notch service, quality vehicle selection