Tuesday, April 17, 2018
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Players from Mexia under-10 teams Barcelona and Real Madrid battle for control of the ball during a soccer match at the Lone Star Soccer Association’s end-of-season tournament at Brooks Washington Park in Teague Saturday. Barcelona won the championship for the age group. They were one of four team... + continue reading
Tuesday, April 17, 2018
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By Skip Leon sports@themexianews.com With one game left, the Mexia baseball team is still trying to nail down a playoff spot. The Blackcats fell victim to a hard-hitting Fairfield team Friday night and lost 8-4 in a District 18-4A game at Fairfield. The loss, Mexia’s fourth in a row, drops the... + continue reading
Tuesday, April 17, 2018
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Most everyone at the Limestone County Fair barbecue cook-off was a little bleary-eyed Saturday morning after Friday night’s Go Texan tournaments. that helped kick off the 2018 Limestone County Fair and Youth Livestock Show. Clynt Platt, of Glen Rose, comforts his dog, Miller, while Mexia’s Barry... + continue reading
Friday, April 13, 2018
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Christopher Lee Shivers and JoAnna Jones Wolfe were married on March 18, 2018. A small outdoor ceremony was held locally at a beautiful, private home. Christopher, son of Terry Don... + continue reading
Friday, April 13, 2018
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By Skip Leon The Mexia News Sports Editor Mexia softball coach Keith Vest tells his players to be aggressive at the plate and come out swinging. The Ladycats did just that Tuesday night against Madisonville and outslugged the Lady Mustangs, 11-9. The victory clinched the runner-up spot in... + continue reading

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Tuesday, 04/17/18
Mexia News staff report The Wortham baseball team has already clinched the District 16-2A championship. Now they’re shooting for an unbeaten district campaign. The Bulldogs kept their run of consecutive wins intact with a 13-3 victory Friday at Coolidge. The win ran their district record to 10-0... + continue reading
Tuesday, 04/17/18
Mexia in softball playoffs as second seed Mexia News Staff Report The Mexia softball team lost its regular-season finale 18-3 Friday night at Fairfield. The contest was stopped after four innings. Despite the loss, Mexia finishes second in District 18-4A with a 5-3 record. Two of the losses were... + 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
Friday, 04/13/18
By Skip Leon sports@themexianews.com The 126 students in the Mexia High School chapter of DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) are a dedicated bunch. Members have sat in the rain in 40-degree weather to collect blankets for children’s hospitals in Dallas. The chapter officers have... + continue reading
Friday, 04/13/18
Yes, that’s Mexia’s can-do city manager, Eric Garretty, stepping in Wednesday, spreading “sandy loam” for a couple hours to help get the Mexia Rodeo Arena in shape for the upcoming rodeo in June. Photo by Roxanne Thompson/The Mexia News + continue reading
Friday, 04/13/18
By Roxanne Thompson roxanne@themexianews.com One of Mexia H-E-B’s employees, Elizabeth “Liz” Perales, was recognized recently at a special event in Waco called the Women of Distinction celebration. Perales was honored along with 23 other Central Texas H-E-B women employees on April 6 at the... + continue reading

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Tuesday, 04/17/18
Players from Mexia under-10 teams Barcelona and Real Madrid battle for control of the ball during a soccer match at the Lone Star Soccer Association’s end-of-season tournament at Brooks Washington... + 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