Charlene Loggins
Lady Farmers defeat Caddo Mills

Lady Farmers defeat Caddo Mills

Against the second best team in the district, the Lady Farmers defeated Caddo Mills in four sets: 15-25, 25-21, 25-15, 25-21. Thoughts from Coach Harold Davis: "I can't be any happier for my girls right now," Davis said. "They got dominated the first set, yet they...

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District welcomes new administrators

District welcomes new administrators

Farmersville ISD welcomed three new employees to the administrative team earlier this month. Anna Baker is the new Executive Director Chief Financial Officer, Jason Gomez is the new Deputy Superintendent and Micah Taylor is the new Assistant Superintendent for...

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Farmersville player selected for all-star game

Farmersville player selected for all-star game

The Farmersville Lady Farmers have enjoyed prolific success over the past few seasons. A huge part of that is credited to Reese Fetty, a senior this coming year.  She was picked to participate in the Texas Girls Coaches Association (TGCA) 1A-4A Red-Blue All-Star...

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Farmers and Fleas reopens July 4

Farmers and Fleas reopens July 4

After months of no activity at the Onion Shed due to COVID-19, one regular event will be returning to downtown Farmersville. Farmer & Fleas, the popular outdoor monthly market, will return July 4 in its regular space with lots of vendors to serve customers. For...

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Volunteer fireman charged with arson

Volunteer fireman charged with arson

A volunteer with the Westminster and Blue Ridge fire departments was arrested by Collin County deputies over the weekend in connection with several fires he is suspected of starting. Booked into Collin County Detention Center on an arson charge was Dylan Joseph Ima,...

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Farmersville soldier remembered with portrait

Farmersville soldier remembered with portrait

The portrait of a fourth Farm­ersville military veteran who died in service to his country was dedicated last month as part of the Fallen Warriors Project at Collin County Courthouse in McKinney. Honored was Vernon Hubert Jackson, a 25-year-old army sergeant who died...

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Clearing the air on vaping

Clearing the air on vaping

If you’ve tuned in to a news station or logged onto a computer lately, you’ve probably been flooded with advertising campaigns and media coverage on vaping.   For the full story, see the Oct. 4 issue or subscribe online.   By April Towery •...

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Voter registration deadline is Oct. 7

Voter registration deadline is Oct. 7

The deadline to register to vote in the Nov. 5 statewide Constitutional Amendment election is less than a week away, on Tuesday, Oct. 7. Voters are being asked to cast ballots on 10 proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution. Early voting for the election opens...

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Food, fun and family on 40th Old Time Saturday agenda

Food, fun and family on 40th Old Time Saturday agenda

Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name. That may be a lyric from the “Cheers” theme song, but it also rings true for Farmersville’s Old Time Saturday event, which for four decades has brought local families together. This year’s big event is set for...

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