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The Garden of Eatin’

The Garden of Eatin’

The great thing about growing a lot of your own food is the ability to walk out the back door and pick it. It doesn’t get much fresher than that. If there’s a downside to growing a garden (we had seven garden areas this year), it’s that it seems that most of the...

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NTMWD Plant Smart 2024
City to celebrate Trails Day April 27

City to celebrate Trails Day April 27

Farmersville residents can get outside and enjoy some family-friendly activities as the city celebrates its fourth annual Trails Day event next week. The event will take place Saturday, April 27 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Audie Murphy Trailhead in conjunction with...

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FISD receives JET Grant

FISD receives JET Grant

Farmersville ISD was one of three North Central Texas school districts, along with a local college, to receive a JET Grant last week from the Texas Workforce Commission. The district was awarded $330,362 in Jobs and Education for Texans (JET) grant funds Friday, April...

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Eclipse draws community, visitors together

Eclipse draws community, visitors together

Several people gathered along the Farmersville Parkway and downtown Monday, April 8, to witness the historic once-in-a-lifetime moment when the moon completely blocks the sun. In downtown Farmersville, the crew at Fine Arts on Main kicked off its total solar eclipse...

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Dangerout drug affects all demographics

Dangerout drug affects all demographics

Farmersville mother, PD, FD, ISD talk fentanyl Amid a national opioid crisis gripping the U.S., the escalating dangers and pervasive effects on teenagers have become a focal point of concern, prompting urgent calls for action and awareness. Most recently, Collin...

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Sidewalk, ADA improvements almost complete

Sidewalk, ADA improvements almost complete

The exterior of the Heritage Museum is getting some much needed improvements to make it safer for guests entering and exiting and make it ADA compliant. Chad Engbrock/The Farmersville Times Residents and visitors to downtown Farmersville may notice some new and...

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FHS Theatre presents ‘Alice in Wonderland’

FHS Theatre presents ‘Alice in Wonderland’

Following a months-long hiatus, the Farmersville High School theatre is back with a classic for its upcoming UIL competition. The cast will be performing their spring play, “Alice in Wonderland,” this week in Farmersville and Caddo Mills. For more on this story see...

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New president wants to help businesses achieve goals

New president wants to help businesses achieve goals

A new year often brings new leadership and that is the case for the Farmersville Chamber of Commerce. In early February, the chamber elected its 2024 board of directors. And leading the charge as president is Roy Homfeld, co-founder and owner of Tracy’s Custom Homes,...

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