— 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. Pictured with the bunny are seven year old Denton students Noah and Natalie Cole, who traveled to Gainesville for the fun.
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Healthy, Happy & Whole Expo committee members, left to right, are Janet Shuppert, Red River Health & Rehab; Cathy Kinsella, Home Hospice of Cooke County; Megan Anderle, Renaissance Care Center; Stacey Watson, Hometown Pharmacy; Dawn Evetts, Whitesboro Heath & Rehabilitation; Shari Kuykendall, Jordan Health Services; Rhonda Beam, Gainesville Daily Register; and Joe Mozingo, AirEvac Lifeteam. Area organizations and businesses are invited to participate in the fourth annual Healthy, Happy & Whole Expo scheduled for Oct. 2 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Gainesville Civic Center.
'Healthy, Happy & Whole' expo set for Oct. 2
Cooke County residents are asked to mark their calendars for the return of the annual Cooke County “Healthy, Happy & Whole Expo” from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 2 at the Gainesville Civic Center.
- Big Texas Swing School teaches music, life lessons
- Officers make 10 prostitution arrests
- Heavy rains flood Valley View, close I-35
- Retiring county judge discusses local history
- 'Healthy, Happy & Whole' expo set for Oct. 2
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Era High School fishing team competes in tournament
The Era High School Fishing Team had its third tournament of the season on Saturday, July 12 at Moss Lake.
- Gainesville honors top athletes at sports banquet
- Magazine names Ray Roberts a Top 100 Bass Lake
- Brown hired as GHS girls basketball, track and field head coach
- Lady Leopards drop playoff series to Celina
- Era High School fishing team competes in tournament
Walnut Bend ISD superintendent Matthew Davenport checks out one of the new Chromebooks Walnut Bend students will be assigned this year.
Walnut Bend ISD to offer new amenities
New technology, free school supplies and a free lunch and breakfast program await students attending Walnut Bend Independent School District (Walnut Bend ISD) this fall.
- Library storyhour continues
- Spooky saved many lives
- Cooke County United Way purchases Colton building
- Gainesville Fire-Rescue goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
- Walnut Bend ISD to offer new amenities
- Gainesville Pride
In the photo above, Dr. Matthew Bayne and his staff stand outside Family Dental Care of Gainesville.
Family Dental Care of Gainesville patients maintain healthy smiles
When he was a boy in Vancouver, Wash., Gainesville’s Dr. Matthew Bayne, DDS actually enjoyed going to his own childhood dentist who eventually influenced him to pursue his own career in Dentistry.
“Even though I originally had a dream of becoming an astronaut, Dr. Stryker was always happy and seemed to have the best job ever,” Dr. Bayne said.
- Bezner Insurance focuses on community
- Dr. White, of Gainesville Clinic, strives to meet community medical needs
- DEF Recycling serves city as part of growing industry
- TSO a dominant force in local optometry
- Family Dental Care of Gainesville patients maintain healthy smiles