Friday, February 24, 2017
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By Roxanne Thompson Staff Writer While the high price of spaying or neutering a dog – which can run well over $100 – has kept some animal owners from getting their pet fixed, the price for Limestone County residents is being knocked down to only ten bucks. LARAS House, or Limestone Animal Rescue... + continue reading
Friday, February 24, 2017
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Mexia News Staff Report The UT-Tyler Patriots softball team is picking up where they left off from last season after winning the NCAA Division III National Championship and former Mexia Ladycat, Cheyenne Thompson, in her sophomore season, is off to a great start as well. The 5-8 outfielder has... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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By Stephen R. Farris Mexia News Sports Bursting out of the gates in Tuesday night’s bi-district basketball game in Hubbard against Waco Connally was the Mexia Blackcats, raining down a ton of three-point bombs to take a quick 15-3 lead early in the first period. However, the Cadets came back... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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By Roxanne Thompson Staff Writer One of the most elegant events of the year in Limestone County, the Navarro College Foundation’s annual gala fundraiser to benefit Navarro College South, is days away. Those who value education as well as a pleasant evening socializing with the gracious guests... + continue reading
Monday, February 20, 2017
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By Roxanne Thompson Staff Writer But then the farmer surprised them. “When y’all want a watermelon, come up to the house, and I’ll give y’all one,” he told the teens. “I know y’all have been getting my watermelons, so I’m trying to teach you: come up to the house and I’ll give you a watermelon... + continue reading

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Friday, 02/24/17
By Timothy J. O’Malley Managing Editor City citizens, businesses and the City, as a consumer of gas-utility service, can expect an increase on their bill after Atmos Pipeline Texas filed a statement of intent to increase rates on or about Jan. 6 with the Railroad Commission of Texas. In a... + continue reading
Friday, 02/24/17
By Roxanne Thompson Staff Writer Limestone County commissioners plan to make more election decisions at their upcoming meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 28. The commissioners court will also renew a contract with Travis County, make an appointment to the Historical Commission and accept several racial... + continue reading

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Monday, 02/20/17
By Stephen R. Farris Mexia News Sports A basket by Liberty Hill’s 6’ 7” forward Sedona Prince with 1:05 to go sealed the game for the Lady Panthers as Mexia’s season came to a close, 50-41. The Mexia Ladycats “never give-in” mentally was probably the worst scare of the season for the No. 4-... + continue reading
Friday, 02/17/17
By Roxanne Thompson Staff Writer In the previous issue, we read of Lewis High’s start in life, born in Freestone County, Texas, along with his twin sister, Louise, in 1932, to sharecroppers Joe Willie and Annie Matilda (Franklin) High. The family lived on a succession of farms of landowners,... + continue reading
Friday, 02/17/17
By Roxanne Thompson Staff Writer Another Limestone County Sheriff’s Deputy will be protected from gunfire, thanks to Point Enterprise’s Good Will Club, which donated $600, the cost of a bullet-proof vest, to the county for that purpose. Limestone County commissioners accepted the donation at... + continue reading

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Friday, 02/24/17
Mexia News Staff Report Track season has officially began and out front in the first meet, the Wortham varsity boys and girls teams put in a nice performance at the Indian Relays in Riesel... + continue reading

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Monday, 02/20/17
Dear Editor: We would like to take an opportunity to express our thanks to The Mexia News for its coverage of the Second Annual Community Health... + continue reading