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Lady Farmers qualify for regionals

Competing in four events at the area championship meets, Farmersville qualified in three events for the regional rounds. Aubrey Varner ran in both the 800 and 400 for the Lady Farmers, starting with a sixth-place finish in the 800 (2:31). However, she bounced back in...

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Emergency sales tax holiday set for April 23-25

Emergency sales tax holiday set for April 23-25

With the state entering severe weather season, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced Texans can purchase certain items tax-free. The state’s sales tax holiday for emergency preparation supplies is set to begin at 12:01 a.m. Saturday, April 23 and ends at midnight...

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Bid waiting game continues for FISD

Bid waiting game continues for FISD

The Farmersville Independent School District Board of Trustees might soon be getting a report on plans to start spending the $65 million that FISD voters approved in a bond issue election in May 2021. The report might come at the board’s next regular meeting from...

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IOOF Cemetery to host Wreaths across America

IOOF Cemetery to host Wreaths across America

Wreaths across America announced last week that the IOOF Cemetery in Farmersville will join the nonprofit’s mission to help citizens Remember the fallen, Honor those who serve and Teach our children the value of Freedom. The cemetery will be one of 3,100 locations...

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Main Street, grants for projects discussed

Main Street, grants for projects discussed

Doris M. Cooks has resigned from the Farmersville Main Street advisory board, with city council accepting her resignation, effective immediately, at its most recent regular meeting. The council accepted her resignation on Tuesday, April 12 after showering Cooks with...

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Sports

Lady Farmers qualify for regionals

Lady Farmers qualify for regionals

Competing in four events at the area championship meets, Farmersville qualified in three events for the regional rounds. Aubrey Varner ran in both the 800 and 400 for the Lady Farmers, starting with a sixth-place finish in the 800 (2:31). However, she bounced back in...

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Farmers sweep Terrell

Farmers sweep Terrell

The Farmersville baseball team earned a sweep over Terrell last week despite some early struggles.  Farmersville (6-2, 12-13) struggled to reach base early in game one of the series April 12 before battling back and winning 14-3 in extra innings. The Farmers...

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Five Farmers qualify for area meet

Five Farmers qualify for area meet

At the 13-4A District Championships, the Farmersville Farmers saw a few top performers qualify for the area meet. Racing against six other district schools, the Lady Farmers finished fifth overall with 41 points. They placed behind Kaufman (223 points), Sunnyvale...

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Farmersville football schedule set for 2022

Farmersville football schedule set for 2022

With the spring in the air, Farmersville football is now just around the corner.  The 2022 season should create plenty of intrigue, with the Farmers welcoming new district foes, a new head coach and plenty of roster changes.  With Randy Barens retiring from...

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Lady Farmers dominate Quinlan Ford

Lady Farmers dominate Quinlan Ford

The Lady Farmers defeated Quinlan Ford 10-2 to give the team its 10th victory in district play. With just a 1-0 lead for the majority of the game, Farmersville broke the game open with five runs in the top of the fifth and four more in the sixth to seal the win....

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Education

Bid waiting game continues for FISD

Bid waiting game continues for FISD

The Farmersville Independent School District Board of Trustees might soon be getting a report on plans to start spending the $65 million that FISD voters approved in a bond issue election in May 2021. The report might come at the board’s next regular meeting from...

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Find your passing lane to a new career

Find your passing lane to a new career

Feel stuck in your career? Collin College can help. Are you asking yourself questions like; what skills do I need to become more marketable, or is it too late to change careers, or even how can I juggle my family obligations? If so, Collin College is hosting seminar...

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Four day week will remain say trustees

Four day week will remain say trustees

Farmersville Independent School District trustees, citing a continuing influx of top-quality educators into the district based on the structure of its academic calendar, on Monday night approved keeping the school system on a four-day week for the 2022-23 academic...

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Community celebrates innovation, education

Community celebrates innovation, education

A community history lesson, robotic dance and a big check were part of the official opening of a new facility that will equip Farmersville students well into the future. The Farmersville ISD Engineering Academy welcomed officials and guests to a dedication ceremony...

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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

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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Supporting local journalism supports this community

Supporting local journalism supports this community

The Local Journalism Sustainability Act (LJSA) was recently introduced in the House and has now been introduced in the Senate – and will benefit every member of this community! Unlike many issues in Wash­ington, this legislation has bi­partisan support and is focused...

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We’re global now

We’re global now

No matter how hard we try, we really can’t avoid one another. We live in a world where what takes place some­where else on the globe has a very good chance of affecting us, along with many others. The pandemic, of course, is a useful – if sobering – ex­ample. A virus...

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