The Navarro County Historical Commission has been officially recognized by the Texas Historical Commission for its work in 2017.
KERENS–In January, the Kerens Cotton Harvest Festival Committee presented a $14,000 check to the Kerens Library at the January meeting of the Kerens Library Board of Directors.
By John McAdams
KERENS–Some important news: The Kerens Library’s summer children’s programs officially kicks off next Wednesday, July 11.
PAYNE SPRINGS– As many as six different types of structures, six vehicles, three boats and a tractor were burned or damaged during a major fire incident in Payne Springs June 29, authorities said,
GUN BARREL CITY–Gun Barrel City’s July Fest concert weekend kicks off its magnificent two-day Independence Day celebration Friday, July 6.
The Triple T Amusement Carnival begins at 6 p.m. Friday at Gun Barrel City Park.
The turnout was huge this past Saturday for the Athens Chamber of Commerce's "Taste of Athens" event, which ran from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Hart Morris Convention Center Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center.
KEMP–The $407,500 settlement offer the city of Kemp made to the West Cedar Creek Municipal Utility District has been accepted, the MUD district manager confirmed this week.
Dinosaur George has fun and informs children as he discusses dinosaurs and other animals while joking with the crowd during his show June 26 at The Library at Cedar Creek Lake in Seven Points.
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