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Hiker speaks to Rotarians about 2,800-mile hike

Hiker speaks to Rotarians about 2,800-mile hike

Kinsleigh Sawatsky is a young woman who intends to see as much of this “big world” as she can. She is using her feet to see that world and plans to keep on hiking along thousands of miles of trails through the United States. Sawatsky brought her message of adventure...

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Leadership changes announced at FISD

Leadership changes announced at FISD

Farmersville ISD announced three new leadership changes last week that became effective Tuesday, January 17. Tad Myers moved into a new role as the district’s Coordinator of CTE (Career and Technical Education) and Special Projects, Nicole Hicks was named the new...

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Sports

Key district win puts Farmersville in playoff spot

Key district win puts Farmersville in playoff spot

Going on the road to defeat Wills Point was crucial to Farmersville's playoff hopes. That's exactly what they did Friday night, defeating Wills Point 37-32 to improve to 4-4 in district play. The victory improved the Lady Farmers to one game ahead of Community for the...

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Farmersville’s new coach aims to spark change

Farmersville’s new coach aims to spark change

With a new team and new coach, new expectations have arrived for the Farmersville boys' soccer season. The team is led by Farmersville head coach James Walker, who admits that he’s a little green to the game of soccer. An assistant coach on the football team, Walker...

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Farmersville High School 2022 year in review

Farmersville High School 2022 year in review

The Farmersville athletic program saw a successful 2022 season, featuring several playoff teams, state championship medalists and qualifiers across many different sports. Randy Barnes, the Farmer's head football coach and athletic director, resigned from the position...

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Day earns Rookie of the Year honors

Day earns Rookie of the Year honors

Farmersville resident Matthew Day earned national and GRT Race Cars South Central Region rookie of the year honors, as well as Heart O’ Texas Speedway and Southern Oklahoma Speedway track titles and the Oklahoma State crown this season. “Winning 12 Modified features,...

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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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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

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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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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Opinion

Stuck on green stamps

Stuck on green stamps

My mom and her mother saved 7-1/2 books to get us that swing set. Just three years before in 1966, my parents had saved to buy their first house. Money was tight, so, if my sister and I were going to have that new addition to the backyard, Green Stamps would be the...

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Bored games

Bored games

Once upon a time, kids used to get bored. Before cell phones, video games, and 4,000 cable channels with nothing to watch, there wasn’t much to do. And kids got bored. I was one of them. It was bad enough to have a deep, endless chasm of time swallowing you (think...

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Making memories

Making memories

My mother must’ve kept everything my sister and I ever made for Christmas. Some things were put together in school, but most were done in Sunday School. Same is true for anything we ever made, regardless of the time of year. Decades later at a Christmas gathering, if...

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The best radio reception

The best radio reception

It was Flag Day 1987. I was opening the mic for the first time as a new announcer on KTBB AM 600. It was the early part of my radio journey, and I was excited to be moving up in the industry. KTBB was the second radio station to be licensed in Tyler, Texas. A station...

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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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