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McGuckie leads Farmers basketball program

McGuckie leads Farmers basketball program

The Farmersville boys basketball team is heading to a new era, with new head coach Hayze McGuckie leading the charge. Former coach Stephen Blassingame took the defensive coordinator position for the football team, allowing McGuckie to come in and try and guide the...

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Serving the community during the holidays

Serving the community during the holidays

Christmas is a busy time for families as they prepare for Santa Claus’s visit and for getting ready for holiday meals at Grandma’s house. It’s also a busy period of the year for the Farmersville Rotary Club, which is committed to getting involved in community projects...

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Veteran officers continue to serve

Veteran officers continue to serve

For 103 years, members of one of the nation’s oldest patriotic, nonpartisan veterans service organizations have continued to serve their communities — and their country — with a purpose to “promote patriotism, civic responsibility, public service and leadership in the...

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Sports

McGuckie leads Farmers basketball program

McGuckie leads Farmers basketball program

The Farmersville boys basketball team is heading to a new era, with new head coach Hayze McGuckie leading the charge. Former coach Stephen Blassingame took the defensive coordinator position for the football team, allowing McGuckie to come in and try and guide the...

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Varner races at state championship

Varner races at state championship

Aubrey Varner became the first Farmersville cross-country athlete to run at the state championships since 2017, qualifying as an individual. Running in the girls 4A state championship on Nov. 4 in Round Rock, Varner placed 81st (13:13.5) out of 152 runners at the...

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Farmersville dominates Lincoln in bi-district round

Farmersville dominates Lincoln in bi-district round

It was all Farmersville in the opening round of the 4A state playoffs. One of the top-ranked teams in the classification, the Lady Farmers cruised to a 3-0 (25-7, 25-8, 25-4) sweep of Dallas Lincoln, advancing to the area round Monday night in Royse City. Farmersville...

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Education

Letters about Literature contest open

Letters about Literature contest open

The Texas Center for the Book has launched the 2022-23 Letters About Literature Texas contest, a program that invites students to respond to authors about how their books or poetry have touched their lives.  Fourth through 12th grade students are eligible to enter the...

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Local veterans honored by district

Local veterans honored by district

Veteran’s Day was celebrated at several Farmersville ISD campuses on Friday, Nov. 11. The festivities started with a flag raising ceremony at Tatum Elementary, where veterans were given thank-you cards and invited to join the student body in reciting the Pledge of...

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Surprise employee bonuses approved

Surprise employee bonuses approved

Because of a larger increase in fund balance than originally expected, the Farmersville ISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved to increase employee bonus stipends with an additional $2,000, along with the budgeted amount of $750 per employee. In the Monday, Nov....

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Life & Style

Angel Tree Program needs your help

Angel Tree Program needs your help

The Farmersville Outreach Alliance Angel Tree Program is amid its busy season signing up, and then collecting gifts for the children in need. Organizer Judy Brandon said they have 177 Angels signed up and volunteers won’t rest until all the Angels are adopted. “We are...

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Quilts of Valor presented to area veterans

Quilts of Valor presented to area veterans

Following a two-year hiatus because of the pandemic, two Farmersville Army veterans, along with veterans from four other communities, were thanked for their service with the gift of handmade quilts last week. Quilts of Valor were draped over the six veterans by...

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Opinion

Men posing as women have the edge in women’s sports

Men posing as women have the edge in women’s sports

WASHINGTON, DC, Nov 18 -- “In terms of absolute strength – that is, without regard for body size, weight or composition – the average man tends to be considerably stronger than the average woman.  Specifically, the absolute total-body strength of women has...

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Knowing beans about chili

Knowing beans about chili

“Oh, waiter. There’s a bean in my chili.” So goes the encounter every Southerner dreads when he orders a bowl of red and is served chili with beans. There are certain missteps in the South that are unforgivable. Asking a girl out without clearing it first with her...

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What’s in store?

What’s in store?

Malls were the beginning of the end. Although, in the 1970s when Texarkana welcomed its mall, those of us who lived in the area were all too busy being excited about having a mall to see that by shopping there we were hurting our neighbors. “What could be better?” we...

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Just a bit peeved

Just a bit peeved

I used to pay little attention to the world’s little idiosyncrasies, but now they seem ever present. And it’s more than slightly annoying. I can’t be the only one. When I was getting change back from the fast-food drive-thru recently, it all became clear. The world is...

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The console stereo

The console stereo

Some days are just lucky ones. Such was the day I found a half-century old console stereo at an estate sale. It isn’t exactly like the one my parents had, but it’s sure close. Today, people stick in an earbud and listen to an endless supply of music on their phone via...

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