TGC Custom Homes have built and donated two ticket booths for John Kassen Field at Valley View High School.
MONTGOMERY, Alabama — In an era where the nation struggles with racial justice, the newly expanded Legacy Museum in Montgomery, Alabama seeks equality for all Americans.
VALLEY VIEW – Ray Roberts Lake State Park will unveil a new nature center at the Johnson Branch of the park Saturday.
ARLINGTON — A Dallas-area school district said Wednesday that law enforcement was responding to reports of an “active shooter situation” at a high school.
GAINSVILLE – “Here is what we're doing. All of y'all have been affected. It's a big deal … and you're not alone.”
Phil and Amanda Neelley recently donated $14,000 to the North Central Texas College Foundation this semester to establish the Phil and Amanda Neelley Scholarship Fund.
Cooke County election officials have released the locations of polling sites for next month’s general election.
The Cooke County Fair Association hosted a ribbon cutting for its barn on U.S. 82 as part of its 150th birthday celebration Saturday night. Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Morgan Tobias directs tra-c ahead of the ribbon cutting; Gainesville Mayor Tommy Moore thanked t…
Organizers are busy Friday at the Cooke County Fairgrounds, setting up for Saturday night's ribbon cutting for the barn. The structure, which has taken years to enclose, will be shown off as part of the Cooke County Fair Association's 150th anniversary celebration. The event kicks off at 6:3…
Gainesville High School's Homecoming Court has been named ahead of Friday night’s game against Van Alstyne. The King and Queen will be announced at halftime.
Two vehicles driven by Gainesville High School students on FM 1306 collided across from the Gainesville High School baseball field Wednesday morning.
Voters in Gainesville and Indian Creek can learn more very soon about the spending measures they will be voting on Nov. 2
A student at Gainesville Intermediate School has been disciplined after bringing a pocketknife to school, according to Gainesville Independent School District officials.
GAINESVILLE – COVID-19 is still very much on the minds of local leaders, despite last week’s reported drop in active cases.
The Texas Supreme Court lightened the load for school leaders who face battles on multiple fronts courtesy of coronavirus and its Delta variant.
Gainesville ISD students returned to class this week, some with masks and others without. District officials reported a smooth first day, with no plans to implement any mask policy that clashes with Gov. Greg Abbott's prohibition on such local order.
Leadership Gainesville is a nine-month program designed to develop and motivate a source of creative, well- informed, civic minded individuals who are willing to devote time and energy toward assuming leadership roles in community service organizations and in all kinds of local government.
Valley View Independent School District has announced that it will offer meals to students at no cost this school year, healthy meals will be offered every school day to all students at no cost.
The Gainesville school board is moving forward with a plan to build a $70 million replacement for Gainesville Junior High School.
Several Cooke County agencies and government organizations are banding together have united to work in a more collaborative manner.
It’s that time of year again when children head back to the classroom with their school supplies and new shiny shoes. New pencils and crayons prepare them for the creativity they will use and literacy they will develop. Backpacks will carry their projects home they’ve worked so hard on.
An aspiring Eagle Scout spent much of July at the City of Gainesville’s sewer plant – of all places.
Gov. Greg Abbott says he will not impose another statewide mask mandate, despite COVID-19 cases being on the rise again.
On Monday morning, the American Academy of Pediatrics urged anyone older than two to wear a mask this upcoming school year — no matter their vaccination status — to protect themselves against COVID-19.
Tonight’s planned Gainesville Independent School District Facilities Steering Committee meeting has been moved to later this week, district spokeswoman Leslie Crutsinger said Monday, June 14.
The following students were named to the Gainesville Independent School District All A honor roll for the sixth six weeks of the 2018-2019 school year. Honor roll is not calculated for 12th grade for that period.
From left, Andrew Carroll, Niaomi Dawson, Ruby Pingleton and Eryka Kitundu with the Gainesville High School Choir recently won honors at the Texas State Solo and Ensemble contest. For the competition, students showcased a single piece of music they’ve been working on since January. Dawson an…
Gainesville High School senior Matilin Rigsby is one of only a handful of students to graduate with associate degrees before receiving their high school diplomas this month. Rigsby, however, is rare as she is graduating from the North Central Texas College Honors Program.
Gainesville High School’s One Act Play, “Troy Women,” advanced to the area UIL contest for theater, slated for April 6 in Grand Prairie. Awards earned at the bi-district contest March 19 included: All Star Cast, Jade Conner; Honorable Mention, Landry Dosher; Honorable Mention, Alex Stockwell…
Texas Woman’s University named the following students to its chancellor’s list, recognizing full-time students who have maintained a 4.0 grade point average during the fall 2018 semester.
January teachers and students of the month at Muenster Independent School District were recently honored. From left are: front, third-grader Ryan Krebs and fifth-grader Danni Paulin; back, elementary Principal Lou Heers, first-grade teacher Jill Reiter, freshman Martie McCoy, high school fam…
On Feb. 20, academic meet award winners from Walnut Bend Independent School District attended a guided tour field trip of the University of North Texas, including several classrooms on campus, recreational areas, residence halls and lunch at a campus cafeteria. “This will be an annual reward…
Several area students graduated from Texas Woman’s University during its fall 2018 commencement ceremonies held Dec. 12, 14 and 15, 2018. The public co-educational university is headquartered in Denton with campuses in Dallas and Houston.
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