Students jumped all day during their PE times today for donations to Jump Rope for Heart/American Heart Association. For more photos see the March 16 edition of The Farmersville Times or cli... Read more
For the fourth consecutive year, Farmersville Masonic Lodge # 214, represented by Michael Cross, left, and Rhett North presented its Fantastic Teeth program on Wednesday, Feb. 22 by passing... Read more
Tooth Fairy Paula Coleman from Farmersville Dental talks about dental hygiene with Tatum Elementary School students. For more photos see the Feb. 23 edition of The Farmersville Times or clic... Read more
Dalmatians flood the hallways of Tatum Elementary School in celebration of the 101st day of school. For additional photos see the Feb. 16 edition of The Farmersville Times or click here for... Read more
The Farmersville High School band recently had multiple students selected for the All-Region Band. For the photo see the Feb. 9 edition of The Farmersville Times or click here for the e-Edit... Read more
Students from Farmersville FFA showcase a wide variety of animals at the Collin County Junior Livestock Show. For additional photos see the Jan. 19 edition of The Farmersville Times or click... Read more
Flipping back through the pages of 2016, Farmersville’s history both for the city and the school district has been one of planning for growth, development and dealing with mayhem. Farmersvil... Read more
Tatum Elementary School students got into the holiday spirit by participating in a variety of dress up days for the Christmas holiday. For more photos see the Dec. 22 edition of The Farmersv... Read more
Tatum Elementary School students enjoyed a field trip downtown where they hung ornaments, had cookies and hot cocoa and took photos by the town’s Christmas tree, courtesy of the Farmersville... Read more
***WARRANT SCAM ALERT***
We have received several calls from Citizens stating they are receiving calls from a Sergeant Chris Reed who claims to be from “Collin County”. This person is telling them they have warrants for a variety of difference offenses. During the calls, he then begins to give instructions on how they can pay their “BOGUS” fines over the phone using a cashier’s check or credit card.
1. WE WOULD NEVER REQUEST PAYMENT FOR WARRANTS OVER THE PHONE.
2. IF YOU RECEIVE THIS TYPE OF CALL, DISCONNECT AND DO NOT, I REPEAT, DO NOT GIVE ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION TO THE CALLER.
3. IF YOU DID FOLLOW THE CALLER’S DIRECTION AND THEY GOT THE MONEY REQUESTED, YOU NEED TO NOTIFY YOUR LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT DEPARTMENT.
These people disguising themselves as member of law enforcement is fraud, we do not operate in this manner. The Collin County Sheriff’s Office asks that you please share this alert with family and friends.