Monday, April 23, 2018
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By Skip Leon sports@themexianews.com Four Mexia High School football players signed Monday to continue their athletic and academic endeavors at the collegiate level. The signing took place in the MHS auditorium. Three will play at Division III Austin College in Sherman and one signed on with... + continue reading
Monday, April 23, 2018
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By Skip Leon sports@themexianews.com The Mexia softball players have developed a reputation as big boppers with their bats, being capable of hitting the ball out of sight and putting up multiple runs in a hurry. But they could turn to a different style of play in their Class 4A bi-district... + continue reading
Monday, April 23, 2018
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By Roxanne Thompson Staff Writer Those attending the Civil War living history and re-enactment at Limestone County’s Confederate Reunion Grounds on Saturday did not let the threat of rain, and even the presence of rain, dampen their enjoyment. While attendance was lighter than usual, with... + continue reading
Monday, April 23, 2018
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Kylee Wietzikoski of Groesbeck 4-H leads her Grand Champion steer though the auction pen as bids are made Saturday afternoon during the Limestone County Fair and Stock Show sale at the fairgrounds. Her steer was purchased by the Elite Buyers Club for $10,000. More information about this year’s fair... + continue reading
Monday, April 23, 2018
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By Roxanne Thompson Staff Writer Limestone County’s County Clerk Office earned the Five-Star Award from the Texas Department of State Health Services for 2017 – the 11th consecutive year the office has received the recognition for excellent work. The award was presented to the employees at the... + continue reading

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Monday, 04/23/18
The Mexia News staff reports The Mexia baseball team will be headed to the postseason. The Blackcats had to wait it out last week when they finished their regular season Tuesday and had a bye Friday. On Friday, Madisonville capped an unbeaten District 18-4A campaign with a victory over Fairfield... + continue reading
Monday, 04/23/18
Special to The Mexia News Judge Patrick H. Simmons of the 77th Judicial District sentenced Alvin Claude Linton on April 16 to 39 years in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice for Possession of a Controlled Substance in Penalty Group One with the Intent to Deliver. Linton, 55, is a Lake... + continue reading

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Wednesday, 03/07/18
The results may still be unofficial, but all the Limestone County primary votes are in. There will be a runoff for county judge between Republican candidates Richard Duncan, who garnered 1,024 votes for 34.40 percent, and Mark Roark, who got 933 votes for 31.34 percent. To avoid a runoff election... + continue reading
Monday, 04/23/18
By Skip Leon sports@themexianews.com The Mexia baseball team will have at least one more game beyond the regular season. Whether or not that’s a postseason contest in the UIL playoffs or a play-in game remained to be seen. The Blackcats lost their season finale 6-3 to Athens at home Tuesday... + continue reading
Monday, 04/23/18
By Skip Leon sports@themexianews.com Mexia had two winners and a host of regional qualifiers Wednesday at the area track meet in Fairfield. In all, two girls qualified in three events, and six boys qualified in four events. The top four finishers in each event move on to the regional meet, which... + continue reading
Monday, 04/23/18
By Roxanne Thompson roxanne@themexianews.com Members of the Mexia Lions Club spent Wednesday morning, April 11, fulfilling the club’s goal of saving people’s eyesight by using a special machine to screen the eyes of students at Mexia’s A.B. McBay Elementary School. The eye-screening device was a... + continue reading

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Monday, 04/23/18
The Mexia News staff reports The Mexia baseball team will be headed to the postseason. The Blackcats had to wait it out last week when they finished their regular season Tuesday and had a bye... + continue reading

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Friday, 01/26/18
By Rene Turner Special to The Mexia News Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday was celebrated recently by the Limestone County NAACP in Groesbeck with a Freedom Fund Banquet. This was an occasion... + continue reading