The strengths of the Texas economy were nationally recognized this past week.
By Thomas Leffler
Fairfield celebrates the Freestone peaches the area is famous for this Friday and Saturday with the Fuzzy Peach Festival, which brings to town a street dance, live music, food vendors, a fun run, a
By Mary Cryer Awalt
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By From Heloise
From coaching youth basketball to a tenure at Buffalo High School to last year at Palestine High School, Jozette Jenkins has experienced success on the court.
By Skip Leon
Mexia girls athletics coordinator and volleyball coach Kimmie Daily knew the month of June would be important for her program.
The team will begin practice for its fall season on Aug.
By Skip Leon
Former Mexia resident Billy York, currently of Kaufman, won the national championship in Men’s Masters heavyweight on Saturday, June 8, in the AAU Freestyle Judo Senior Nationals, hosted by The
Ruthie Nell Hall-Busby answered the call to be with the Lord on July 2, 2019. She was the second child born to Luther Hall and Elbessie Stewart-Brown on Jan. 7, 1957, in Waco.
Mother Alneita Hall was born in Limestone County on Aug. 7, 1939, to Samuel and Mary Echols. She was the sixth of eight children. She attended Woodland, Douglass and Dunbar Schools.
Donna Mae Lansford passed away July 11, 2019, in Waco, at the age of 79. Funeral services will be at 3 p.m., Sunday, July 14, at Blair-Stubbs Chapel, with Pastor Cary Killough officiating.