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Weather, vegetation cause power problems

Weather, vegetation cause power problems

North Texans who live in the unincorporated areas outside Farmersville and in some of the smaller towns in rural Collin County can expect the power to flicker on and off while the utility company that provides electricity continues work to bring the power grid up to a...

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Election Day is today

Election Day is today

Voters are heading to the polls for another time to influence the candidates that will appear on the November ballot. Election Day is Tuesday, May 24, and voters will cast their ballots in the runoff election. Polls opened at 7 a.m. and will close at 7 p.m. Texas is...

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Farmers lose in area round

Farmers lose in area round

It was the end of the line for the Farmersville baseball team in the area round of the state playoffs. Taking on Spring Hill, the Farmers (11-3, 17-16) were swept in the round two series, losing last Friday and Saturday. Game one on Friday at Community High School saw...

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Sports

10 Farmers earn all-district awards

10 Farmers earn all-district awards

After a season that resulted in a co-district championship and bi-district playoff victory, the Farmersville baseball team was well-represented in the all-district awards. The Farmers (9-3, 17-16) had two superlative winners at the District 13-4A awards voting, led by...

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Farmers sweep Mabank in round one

Farmers sweep Mabank in round one

It was smooth sailing for the Farmersville baseball team in the bi-district playoff round. Facing off against Mabank in Mesquite over the weekend, the Farmers (9-3, 17-14) swept the Panthers over the first two games. Farmersville won the opening game Friday night 4-1...

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Farmers clinch share of district title

Farmers clinch share of district title

The Farmers didn’t feel like celebrating Friday night after a tough loss, but they walked away co-district champions. Farmersville (9-3, 15-14) split their season series against Community, with the two teams ending up atop the District 13-4A standings. The Braves...

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Seven-run fourth leads to playoff win

Seven-run fourth leads to playoff win

Trailing early in their bi-district playoff game against Athens Thursday night, Farmersville needed a spark on offense. The No. 24 Lady Farmers (12-0, 20-6) got precisely that in the top of the fourth inning, scoring seven runs to earn a 12-3 bi-district playoff...

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Lady Farmers complete perfect district season

Lady Farmers complete perfect district season

Not much has challenged the Lady Farmers softball team this season, as they won the District 13-4A title in dominating fashion.  No. 24 Farmersville (12-0, 19-6) completed their perfect run in district play with two more victories. The Lady Farmers have won 13...

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Education

Hard work pays off for top two

Hard work pays off for top two

How do two young women – who have been best friends since kindergarten — and who finished first and second in their high school graduating class feel about competing against each other for the honor of being named valedictorian? If you ask Kate Rich and Sabrina...

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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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Homeowner goes on a gardening adventure

Homeowner goes on a gardening adventure

After a few years of growing the typical Texas flowers; pan­sies in the winter, impatiens in the summer in the normal front flowerbeds, homeowner Kori Hendrix realized she wanted more variety and more gardens at her Wylie home. There was ample opportuni­ty to make...

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Artisan, inventor fuse marriage, creativity

Artisan, inventor fuse marriage, creativity

Sue Darte blames her daugh­ter and a jewelry making class she took nine years ago for ig­niting a passion for the art of fusing glass. “A retail glass company had a Groupon coupon and I brought my daughter-in-law with me to make two pieces of jewelry,” Sue said. In...

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Opinion

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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Texans’ right to know should be front and center

Texans’ right to know should be front and center

With state lawmak­ers immersed in the COVID-19 pandemic response and Texas’ electricity failures, the public’s access to information must be at the forefront of the Legis­lature’s actions. Information allows citizens to watch over their government, to speak out and to...

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