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Farmers emphasize importance of special teams

Farmers emphasize importance of special teams

Late in the game with a potential spot in the playoffs on the line, Farmersville’s field goal was blocked and Community ended up stealing the rivalry victory. Head coach Zac Quinlan highlighted moments like that as reasons the Farmers lost key games in district play....

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Property values climb to $419.4M

Property values climb to $419.4M

Farmersville’s property values continue to grow, according to the latest certified values released by the Collin Central Appraisal District (CCAD). Certified value summaries were released to taxing entities and the public by CCAD July 18 and the city’s property values...

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City plans to serve up food truck ordinance

City plans to serve up food truck ordinance

Farmersville’s ongoing struggle with how to regulate food trucks within the city has taken another turn with the revealing of a draft ordinance presented by City Attorney Alan Lathrom. Council members heard the presentation at their regular July 26 meeting, with...

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Wylie man sentenced for role in Capitol riot

Wylie man sentenced for role in Capitol riot

A Wylie man was sentenced Monday, Aug. 1 for his role in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. Guy Reffitt was sentenced to 87 months — just over 7 years — in prison by a federal judge after being convicted of bringing a handgun to the Capitol, among other charges, in the attack....

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Farmersville shows strong depth in secondary

Farmersville shows strong depth in secondary

With several players moving in and several returning options, the Farmersville football team shows plenty of depth in the secondary. With returning players like AJ Blake, Avery Gordon and Colton Harbin, the Farmers already had several options they liked back on the...

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Farmers emphasize importance of special teams

Farmers emphasize importance of special teams

Late in the game with a potential spot in the playoffs on the line, Farmersville’s field goal was blocked and Community ended up stealing the rivalry victory. Head coach Zac Quinlan highlighted moments like that as reasons the Farmers lost key games in district play....

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Farmersville shows strong depth in secondary

Farmersville shows strong depth in secondary

With several players moving in and several returning options, the Farmersville football team shows plenty of depth in the secondary. With returning players like AJ Blake, Avery Gordon and Colton Harbin, the Farmers already had several options they liked back on the...

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Farmersville program expects success

Farmersville program expects success

With six district championships in the last seven seasons, the Farmersville volleyball team is shaping up to be the team to beat once again. After finishing last season 40-3 overall and a perfect 12-0 in District 13-4A, the Lady Farmers graduated just three seniors...

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Change of personnel

Change of personnel

Farmersville head football coach Zac Quinlan is making changes to the team ahead of the new season, primarily on the defensive side of the football. Along with defensive coordinator Stephen Blassingame, the Farmers are installing a 3-4 defense ahead of the 2022...

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Lee given all-star game nomination

Lee given all-star game nomination

Farmersville’s Angie Lee was one of 24 players selected in classes 1A-4A to compete in the Texas High School Girls Coaches Association All-Star Game. Representing the red team, Lee will compete in the game on July 13 at Arlington Martin High School. The rising senior...

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Education

Fun times for area students

Fun times for area students

School is out for the summer, but Farmersville Independent School District is making sure the fun goes on while classrooms at its four campuses are closed for its annual break. Summer camps abound for students of all ages within the FISD and beyond, says the district...

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FISD summer feeding program underway

FISD summer feeding program underway

The Farmersville Independent School District is ringing the breakfast and lunch bells for children who can get a free meal during the summer, said Candi Johnson, nutrition director at FISD. “We are going to serve meals at the Junior High School twice daily,” Johnson...

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Arson at the Ag Barn

Arson at the Ag Barn

The Collin County Fire Marshal is requesting assistance from residents to solve an arson case. According to a Monday, June 6, Farmersville ISD news release, a fire occurred at the Ag Barn located at Farmersville Junior High School in the early morning hours June 6....

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FISD plans additional security upgrades

FISD plans additional security upgrades

Farmersville Independent School District Superintendent Micheal French has offered a stern vow in the wake of the Uvalde school massacre that killed 19 children and two teachers two weeks ago. “We aren’t going to wait 80 minutes,” French declared in describing a scene...

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Traveling back in time

Traveling back in time

Historical Society hosts unique 2-day event for students Farmersville Intermediate School fourth grade students traveled back to the 1900s last week thanks to a unique program offered by the Farmersville Historical Society. Following a two-year hiatus due to the...

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Life & Style

Local talent takes center stage

Local talent takes center stage

Amid a global pandemic, as the world faced fears, frustration, and more than a little bit of boredom, Gwen Snyder thought it would be a good idea to start a theater company. “The arts give you an opportunity outside of your paying job to laugh, to cry, and have a...

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Downtown pie shop now open

Downtown pie shop now open

Few things can give us peace, pleasure, and pure bliss like a slice of homemade pie. It reminds us of Grandma’s house or Thanksgiving or Sunday supper after church. There are absolutely no bad memories associated with pie. That’s the philosophy embraced by Elisë...

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Historical Society to host annual luncheon

Historical Society to host annual luncheon

For over two decades, the Farmersville Historical Society has been hosting one of the most popular social events in the city - and this year will be no different. After a one-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the group’s annual Spring Luncheon fundraiser will offer the...

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Opinion

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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Why we need a community forum

Why we need a community forum

I am not sure what I expected our country to look like in 2021, but I certainly did not expect it to be so fractured and so bogged down in hate. My oldest son was a year old on September 11, 2001. The wave of patriotism following that day gave me hope for the America...

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Rural America needs sound, predictable tax policy

Rural America needs sound, predictable tax policy

They say that nothing is certain in life ex­cept death and taxes. While those two certainties are undeniable, we need to make sure that family-owned busi­nesses, including farms and ranches, aren’t taxed to death. Texas boasts more than 248,000 farming and ranch­ing...

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