Skip to main content
featured top story

AUSTIN — The Texas Department of State Health Services and local health departments said today they have identified at least 12 cases of monkeypox since the first one was reported in early June.

We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!

featured

The high temperatures crops experienced over recent weeks across much of the state could translate into lower yields for producers, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Research expert.

An abundance of home-grown fruits and vegetables often triggers the desire to can foods at home. While this can be a fun and rewarding way to keep foods long after the season ends, care must be taken to assure that foods canned at home are safe to eat.

featured top story editor's pick

Over 200 people turned out to Lindsay’s Centennial Hall on Father’s Day weekend to raise money for local students interested in 4-H and studying agriculture after high school.

featured breaking

AUSTIN — Texas abortion providers filed a lawsuit Monday in a last-ditch effort to block the state from enforcing its pre-Roe abortion ban, which some legal scholars believe became enforceable immediately after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled last week that the right to an abortion is not prote…

featured top story

Krootz Brewing Company was named the May 2022 Business of the Month by the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce. The contest is done by a nomination and voting process solely by Chamber Ambassadors and is based on activity within the community of Gainesville, not just through the Chamber of …

featured

We at the Register have been busy following the big state and national issues that seem to be popping up more and more and more in recent weeks. These things affect us all.

Being a believer in the citizen’s right to know, I thought I would take in my first City Council meeting, scheduled for Tuesday night.

featured top story

The second installment of the Summer Sounds concert series is Friday night at 6 p.m. at the Gainesville Farmers Market. This free annual event, hosted by the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce, is a chance for the community to gather with some live music and cold drinks.

featured

Krootz Brewing Company was named the May 2022 Business of the Month by the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce.

featured

Cooke County Sheriff Ray Sappington recently welcomed a surprise guest to his office. Bailey Nunley stopped by the Sheriff’s Office today to donate Girl Scout cookies to the employees. “Bailey is an amazing young person who proudly supports law enforcement and first responders,” according to…

featured top story

The second installment of the Summer Sounds concert series is Friday night at 6 p.m. at the Gainesville Farmers Market. This free annual event, hosted by the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce, is a chance for the community to gather with some live music and cold drinks.

featured top story

North Texas Medical Center has been surveyed by the Center for Improvement in Healthcare Quality (CIHQ) and has successfully met the requirements for Hospital Accreditation by demonstrating compliance with CIHQ standards and the Conditions of Participation by the Centers for Medicare and Med…

This year marks the Cooke County United Way’s 11th annual Power of the Purse event, set for Nov. 3 at 5:30 p.m. at Fuhrman Hall in Muenster. It has grown to a crowd of more than 400 women, making it the largest "ladies’ night out dinner program in Cooke County.

featured

We at the Register promised back in March that we would keep a watchful eye on the Commissioners Court efforts to expand and improve internet coverage to all corners of Cooke County.

featured top story editor's pick

The construction work on Interstate 35 through Gainesville is still a ways from completion, but it is progressing about as planned, according the engineer overseeing the work.

featured

A Cooke County jury found Joshua Zimmerer, 33, guilty of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child and 4 charges of Sexual Assault of a Child June 3.

The Cooke County Fairgrounds hosted a fundraiser Friday night for VISTO. Admission was free and each fish plate was $10. The event featured four bands, a fish fry in partnership with the Gainesville Knights of Columbus and other donations. All told, organizers said the event brought in over …

featured

A Meet and Greet was hosted Wednesday in honor of William Myers II, the new Executive Director of the Gainesville Economic Development Corporation.

featured top story

The Summer Sounds concert series returned Friday at the Gainesville Farmers Market. This free annual event, hosted by the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce, is a chance for the community to gather with some live music and cold drinks. The concerts are held the last Friday night of May, Ju…

featured editor's pick

AUSTIN — A teacher left a backdoor propped open, allowing an 18-year-old gunman inside the school where he killed 19 students and two teachers in Uvalde on Tuesday, public officials said Friday.

This Week's Circulars

Obituaries

site-logo