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Wednesday, April 14, was the day that hundreds of college students at Texas Tech University and up to 1,500 others in Lubbock, one of last year’s coronavirus hot spots, were going to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Electricity outages in Texas could occur again this summer — just a few months after the devastating winter storm that left millions of Texans without power for days — if the state experiences a severe heat wave or drought combined with high demand for power, according to recent assessments …
2:50 P.M. Gainesville Independent School District spokeswoman Leslie Crutsinger said "the one and only suspect is now in police custody." She said the lockdown at Gainesville Junior High School has been removed and all students and staff are safe.
For the second day in a row, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas says it’s expecting tight grid conditions again. However, it is not asking for energy conservation at this time.
State health officials asked Texas vaccine providers to pause their use of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine early Tuesday after U.S. health officials recommended that states temporarily stop distributing the vaccine “out of an abundance of caution.”
Cinnamon is Noah's Ark Animal Shelter Pet of the Week! She loves to play and is always excited to meet new people. She loves having doggie friends, as well, and plays very well with them. She is an energetic, fun-loving dog that is sure to get you outside enjoying some fresh air and lots of …
The North Central Texas College Radiologic Technology department is now a member of Lambda Nu, a national honor society for the radiologic and imaging sciences, the community college district recently announced.
Jackie McLerran, woman first from left, gets ready to toss a bag alongside team mate Randy Fowler during the first cornhole nights event hosted by the Gainesville Parks and Recreation Department on April 7, at the Gainesville Farmers Market. There were a dozen teams for the first of a five-w…
Congressmen Ronny Jackson, R-TX, and Jared Golden, D-ME, recently introduced the Elaine M. Checketts Military Families Act of 2021, which would allow service members to keep pre-approved family leave in the tragic event of a child’s death. The military’s current policy terminates service mem…
Gov. Greg Abbott said Tuesday, April 6, that he banned state agencies, political subdivisions and organizations receiving public funds from creating "vaccine passports" or otherwise requiring someone to provide proof of a COVID-19 vaccine in order to receive services.
Thousands of shots have been administered through the Cooke County vaccination clinic, but that’s about to come to an end.
Thomas A. Edison Elementary School first-grader Cambri Mims hunts for eggs during an Easter egg hunt behind the campus at 1 Edison Drive on Thursday, April 1, according to Gainesville Independent School District spokeswoman Leslie Crutsigner. Students were out of school Friday, April 2, she said.
Buddy is Noah's Ark Animal Shelter Pet of the Week! He knows no strangers and is always ready to meet new people. He likes greeting people with a wiggle and lots of love. Buddy is energetic and enjoys getting to go outside to run around the yard and chase toys. He also gets along great with …
11:27 a.m. Saturday, April 3: Thirty-five-year-old Adrian Gainus of Dallas was the driver of the Toyota who was killed in Friday's crash, according to Texas Highway Patrol Staff Sgt. Mark Tackett.
Gainesville Fire-Rescue is on the scene of a crash on northbound I-35 near mile marker 499. Be cautious when traveling. Stay tuned to the Register as additional information becomes available.
Abigail’s Arms Cooke County Family Crisis Center recently announced it’s providing some of its services out of a new second location at 201 Harvey St. The organization’s emergency shelter remains where it’s been for about seven years but nonresidential adult and child services have been oper…
High school seniors will be going door to door in Saint Jo on Tuesday, April 6, to collect information in support of a grant application to repair the town water tower.
The wait is over. Starting today, Tuesday, March 30, visitors will be allowed to see inmates at the Cooke County Jail after the ongoing coronavirus pandemic suspended visits for more than a year.
Members of the Gainesville Hospital District Board of Directors recently approved a 70% tax abatement over 10 years on a $6.5 million expansion project for a manufacturer in town.
A wanted man who evaded arrest by leading law enforcement on a chase last week before driving into the Red River has yet to be found, Cooke County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Michael “Shawn” Scullin said Monday, March 29.
Cuddles is Noah's Ark Animal Shelter Pet of the Week! She enjoys a comfy spot to lay and keep a watch on things. As her name suggests, Cuddles loves to cuddle. She's ready to find her forever home as she is starting to get stressed out at the shelter. She doesn't like being confined, would d…
As the state's widened vaccine eligibility goes into effect today, Monday, March 29, Cooke County has opened its COVID-19 vaccine waiting list up to all residents ages 18 and up, officials announced.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Data-driven investigative reporting on failed oversight of local jails, scrutiny of sexual assault cases in a university city, and insightful interviews with Black residents in white rural communities highlighted exemplary journalism in the 2020 Best of CNHI editorial contest.
The words “fight, fight” overheard as two Gainesville Independent School District students get ready to duke it out on a school bus this week surfaced on video shared on social media, prompting the district to issue a statement today, Friday, March 26.
Vicki Robertson found out she'd received the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce's highest award the same way everyone else did — when she watched the chamber's virtual award ceremony midday Thursday, March 25, via Facebook Live video.
The Gainesville High School One Act Play “Argonautika” advanced from bi-district competition to the region contest set for April 14. The troupe earned second place in performance and several individual awards were earned at the bi-district level. From left, Melody Rutherford was named outsta…
Gainesville emergency personnel had already evacuated one nursing home when a call came in around 4 a.m. during a snowstorm that another Gainesville facility might need to be emptied.
Winners in Gainesville Independent School District's third annual Spanish spelling bee on March 23 were recently recognized. From left, Daniel Zuniga Carranza, eighth grade, received second place; Miguel Salas, sixth grade, won first place and is eligible for the National Spanish Spelling Be…
This Week's Circulars
Beatrice (Tootsie) Kuntz, 92, of Valley View, passed away April 11, 2021 at the Renaissance Care Center. She was born April 18, 1928 in Lindsay, to Pete and Pauline (Laux) Block. Mrs. Kuntz graduated from Lindsay High School in 1945. She married John Kuntz on February 20, 1952 at St. Peter's…
Steve Edward Lance, 56, of Gainesville, passed away on Saturday, April 3, 2021, in Fort Worth, Texas surrounded by his family. The son of Paul Edwin Pape and Martha Sue Whitehead, Steve was born on March 12, 1965, in Temple, Texas. Steve grew up and attended school in Denton and later moved …
- GPD: Murder suspect in custody following manhunt
- DPS: Hazmat cleanup underway
- UPDATED: BREAKING:Gainesville Junior High School locked down
- Gainesville mayoral candidate Q&A
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- BREAKING: Crash on I-35
- North Texas Medical Center announces new policy changes
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