Crews work on the roof of a recently placed bathroom facility at the Gainesville Farmers Market on Wednesday, Jan. 16. The addition of permanent restrooms was part of the city’s estimated $2.2 million improvement plan for the market.
Cheers and applause erupted from the council chamber Tuesday evening after a vote by members of the Gainesville City Council paved the way for Volunteers In Service To Others to relocate.
November teachers and students of the month at Muenster Independent School District were recently recognized. Pictured from left are: front, sixth-grader Ben Cox and first-grader Amy Coronado; back, elementary Principal Lou Hers, fifth and sixth grade English/language arts teacher Jennifer W…
The California Street exit off northbound I-35 could reopen as early as today, Wednesday Jan. 16, after it was shutdown this week for repairs to the ramp, according to Adele Lewis, spokeswoman with the Texas Department of Transportation.
Before it was time to enter the show ring for the very first time, William Flowers caressed his goat with tender loving care.
Gainesville city council members are set to consider the purchase of some real estate at the northwest corner of Farm-to-Market Road 3092 and O’Neal Street during their regular meeting Tuesday, Jan. 15.
Last week, Gainesville High School senior Matilin Rigsby participated in the UIL Congressional Debate State Tournament in Austin. Known in rounds as Representative Rigsby, Matilin represented GHS, UIL District 9 and ESC Region 11. Rigsby to the second day of session and ended the final sessi…
Comet is the Noah’s Ark Animal Shelter Pet of the Week! He’s a 4.6-year-old neutered male Golden Retriever with a laid-back personality and genetle nature. While he loves getting attention, he is just as happy lounging around the house or roaming out in the yard; he may prefer a place withou…
Texas officials announced Monday, Jan. 14, that the state is providing February food benefits early to thousands of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program recipients.
Molly Fisher, above, with Muenster 4-H, took home reserve champion for her crossbred swine Friday, Jan. 11, at the Cooke County Junior Livestock Show. Below, Brooke Purcell, Valley View FFA, and Elliott Rohrbough, Callisburg FFA, show their swine Friday at the Cooke County Fairgrounds, 1901 …
This month’s sales tax allocation for the city of Lindsay is down more than 18 percent from last January, according to Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar’s office.
The competition to be one of the chosen few for this weekend’s premium sale continues Friday, Jan. 11, at the Cooke County Junior Livestock Show.
A local attorney focusing in immigration and nationality law will offer a free lunch lecture this month on the basics of U.S. immigration law.
Savannah Roessler, Cooke County 4-H Club member, participates in the cattle portion of the Cooke County Junior Livestock Show on Wednesday, Jan. 9 at the Cooke County Fairgrounds, 1901 Justice Center Blvd., in Gainesville.
As more credit card skimming devices are being found across the country, local law enforcement is advising residents to take steps to protect themselves from having their financial information stolen.
Miguel Chavez, left, and Jose Hamacho with CAP Concrete pour the stage at the Gainesville farmers market lot just after 10 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 9. The Grand Prairie-based company is a subcontractor with Schmoldt Construction for the farmers market improvements. Work at the lot is expected to…
In three months, recipients of the nation’s highest military decoration will arrive in Gainesville for the Medal of Honor Host City Program, and preparations are already underway for the program’s annual parade.
Matthew Spaeth, Lindsay 4-H, competes with his horse Fulton in the equine portion of the Cooke County Junior Livestock Show on Saturday, Jan. 5 at the Cooke County Fairgrounds. The equine show kicked off the annual livestock competition. After a brief hiatus, the event picks back up at 10 a.…
A 25-year-old man who reportedly kicked an Oak Ridge police officer in the face and attempted to take a Taser from a deputy with the Cooke County Sheriff’s Office last week remained in custody at the Cooke County Jail Monday, Jan. 7.
Black is the Noah’s Ark Animal Shelter Pet of the Week! He’s a 10-year-old male dog whose owner entered the Army and had to surrender his friend. Black loves attention, being outside, going on walks and chasing toys. He would do well by himself, but if you have another dog he should meet the…
- Murder suspect posts bail
- DPS: Man jailed after high-speed pursuit
- Lindsay attorney to discuss immigration law at free lecture
- Sold! Annual livestock auction brings in more than $164K
- Police blotter through Jan. 11
- That lovin’ feeling: 2019 Cooke County Junior Livestock Show features event for special needs children
- Sheriff: Man jailed after resisting arrest
- United Way restructures: Director resigns, position eliminated
- Agency breaks up drug trafficking ring
- HEROES AMONG US: Dedication to craftsmanship shows