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Gov. Greg Abbott says he will not impose another statewide mask mandate, despite COVID-19 cases being on the rise again.
Teamo is Noah's Ark Animal Shelter Pet of the Week! He is a sweet boy and loves to have cuddles. He has been getting use to his new surroundings at the shelter. Teamo is adjusting well but can be a little hissy once meeting new cats. If you have other cats in your home he will take some time…
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.
Little Precious and owner Mary Epperson were the winners of the dog-human look-alike contest Saturday, July 17, at the fifth anniversary celebration of The Dog Depot at Heritage Park on Denison Street in Gainesville.
As Texas House Democrats settle in for a potentially weekslong stay in the nation’s capital, one question is becoming increasingly relevant: Who’s footing the bill?
As Democrats fled the state to avoid voting on a GOP priority elections bill that would restrict voting rights in the state, the Texas Senate approved the bill Tuesday with a party-line vote of 18-4.
Gainesville-based Boy Scout Troop 668 recently spent a week working on merit badges, swimming, doing conservation projects and majoring in fun with a purpose at Hale Scout Reservation near Whitesboro, OKLA, according to Scoutmaster Mark Tackett. The group of scouts pictured varied in age and…
Gainesville Fire-Rescue broke the 2-2 tie shared with the Gainesville Police Department after earning the most votes during the fifth annual Battle of the Badges Blood Drive, organizer Tamara Grimes-Sieger said.
Bridger is Noah's Ark Animal Shelter Pet of the Week! He is such a good boy that just seems to be getting overlooked at the shelter. He has already been there for two months but just hasn’t found the right match yet. He is hoping someone will give him a second chance at finding his forever h…
Starting today, motorists can expect to run into around the clock lane closures for phase one of a $210 million I-35 expansion project by the Texas Department of Transportation.
Gainesville Police Department Investigator Ron Alford helps serve up free barbecue to community members Sunday, July 4, at B.P. Douglas Park for the Gainesville Police Association’s sixth annual July 4th Cookout. Volunteers served about 200 people at the park at 529 North Throckmorton St., a…
AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety will be increasing the number of Texas Highway Patrol troopers on the road from today, Friday, July 2, through Monday, July 5, as part of Operation CARE (Crash Awareness Reduction and Effort) and Operation Holiday. DPS troopers will be on the ro…
A Cooke County rancher experienced loss last year after an employee sold more than $6,000 worth of cattle in his girlfriend’s name and pocketed the proceeds, officials said.
It’s time to celebrate America’s independence this weekend and there’s sure to be something going on in the area that caters to everyone in the family-be it fireworks, a parade, live music or food.
There will no more lane closures for the Texas Department of Public Safety’s I-35 expansion project this week, according to an email announcement from TxDOT Assistant Area Engineer Lance Pomykal.
Four Gainesville residents are facing a first-degree felony charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon (engaging in organized criminal activity) following a Tuesday evening drive by shooting, Gainesville Police Chief Kevin Phillips announced Thursday, June 24.
This weekend’s closures for phase one of a $210 million I-35 expansion project have been rescheduled, according to Texas Department of Transportation spokeswoman Adele Lewis.
Organizers with the B.P. Douglas Park Restoration Project said the Juneteenth day of service event Saturday, June 19, was a success. Beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday, June 26, organizers are asking volunteers to show up once again to finish the park installation and spread mulch. The park is at …
Fireworks are once again slated to light up the night sky Saturday, June 26 in Callisburg. The Callisburg Volunteer Fire Department’s Independence Day celebration begins at 6:30 p.m. at Parkhill Park, near Farm-to-Market Road 678 on County Road 164. All events will be by the baseball fields.…
Lily May is Noah's Ark Animal Shelter Pet of the Week! She would make for the best indoor companion with her lovable personality and being the perfect size. She is a total sweetheart that will steal your heart from the moment you meet her. Lily May is a playful girl that would calm down and …
Tana Butts, of Gainesville, just graduated from Valley View High School and signed her letter of intent to be a member of the stock horse team at North Central Texas College for the 2021 - 2022 season.
Local governments would be able to bypass conservative state leaders and implement their own Medicaid expansion programs for working poor Texans with federal funds, under federal legislation announced Monday by U.S. Rep. Lloyd Doggett, D-Austin.
Calvin is Noah's Ark Animal Shelter Pet of the Week! Calvin has a way of grabbing your attention with his sparkling personality. He is a happy boy and is always excited to see and meet new people. Calvin loves getting to play and enjoys when he gets to go outside with you to play some ball. …
This Week's Circulars
William Foster Baskett (Bill), age 74, died June 20, 2021 at Medical City Denton. Bill was born on December 5, 1946 to Max and Dorothy Baskett. He married Catheryn Thien Nguyen on June 17, 1972 in Bedford, Texas. They have three children and five grandchildren. A memorial service will be hel…
Graveside services with military honors for Herschell Eugene Hinson, 96, of Collinsville, are set for 1:00 PM Thursday, July 22, 2021 at the Indian Creek Cemetery in Collinsville. No visitation is planned. Herschell was born in Mineral Wells on May 26, 1925 to Emmett Earl Hinson and Ethyle V…
- Sheriff: Agency nets 2 suspected of drug trafficking
- GPD: Suspected robber identified, Man believed to be armed and dangerous
- Leopards learning grown-up lessons
- TxDOT: Road closures continue for $210 million project
- American Academy of Pediatrics recommends masks this fall
- Whitesboro native eyes ‘24 Olympics
- GPD: Investigation into ATM burglary underway
- Work ethic key for Callisburg
- Abbott says he won’t impose new mask mandate despite increasing COVID-19 cases
- Free concert to benefit Frank Buck Zoo this weekend
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