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Five more youth incarcerated at Gainesville State School have tested positive for the coronavirus, the Texas Juvenile Justice Department announced Thursday evening, July 2.
As of 3:30 p.m. Thursday, the Red River at I-35 north of Gainesville had risen to 23.16 feet, according to the National Weather Service. A flood warning is in effect from Friday, Oct. 12 until Sunday, Oct.14 or until the warning is canceled, according to the NWS. The river is predicted to c…
Gainesville High School student Asael Lagos was full of excitement Thursday as he greeted recipients of the highest and most prestigious military decoration upon their arrival to GHS.
Members of Gainesville Fire-Rescue are more than just firemen to students at Gainesville Independent School District, they are mentors.
Remembering the lives of women lost to domestic violence is the theme of a candlelight vigil planned for 7:30 p.m. Sunday, October 30 at the Steven K. Fleming Public Safety building in Gainesville.
Staff members and residents at Pecan Tree Rehab and Healthcare showed their support for cancer victims Friday with a walk around the assisted living center.
Each year Enderby Gas Inc. donates a percentage of its sales to a breast cancer research organization, Enderby representative Betty Jarrell said.
North Central Texas College will present “How To Survive A Zombie Apocalypse” in the Outside Box Theater at the First State Bank Center for the Performing Arts on the Gainesville campus at 7:30 p.m. October 28, 29, and 30. A special midnight performance is set for Saturday, October 29.
The time to find out about hospice care is before there’s a need for it, said Becky LaSalle, Home Hospice of Cooke County Communications and Development Coordinator.
Searching for something to do to get in the Halloween spirit? Look no further. Gainesville High School drama students are preparing for their first ever horror production.
Call it the price of progress.
Marvella Rossen had to cancel her annual Halloween yard display at 1420 East Broadway this year due to a city construction project which runs from Broadway to Fair Avenue. Rossen said visiting her home on Halloween has been a tradition for some residents for more than three decades.
Home Hospice of Cooke County will host its third annual “Deck The Halls Christmas Rummage Sale” from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, December 3 at Gainesville Civic Center.
As of Tuesday afternoon, Cooke County had 25,101 registered voters with more applications expected to arrive in the coming days, according to Assistant Voter Registrar Angie Sloop.
The Rebecca Crockett Chapter DAR of Gainesville had speaker Dr. Jim Johnson, retired University of North Texas art professor present his program on John Trumbull’s Art of the Revolutionary War at a recent meeting.
Cooke County commissioners court held a workshop Monday with representatives from engineering firm Freese and Nichols, Inc. and the Texas Department of Transportation to discuss long term transportation needs in Cooke County.
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A celebration of life for Barabra Zackery, 79, of Gainesville, will be held at a later date. A full obituary will be published when service times have been scheduled. Barbara passed away on June 15, 2021 in Gainesville. You may sign the online registry at www.geojcarroll.com.
- Coming down: More than 100-year-old Confederate statue removed from Leonard Park
- Texans can carry handguns without a license or training starting Sept. 1
- Gainesville doctor found guilty in Medicare scheme, sentencing scheduled for September
- ERCOT urges energy conservation
- TxDOT officials: I-35 expansion project about to begin
- Jenkins moves to Collinsville, Lindsay hires Roland
- Callisburg names alumna new girls’ basketball coach
- Scout’s honor: 3 area youth earn Eagle rank
- Gainesville City Council to meet tonight
- Facility talks:Committee to meet Thursday to discuss future bond issue