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Chocolate Walk: sweet success

Chocolate Walk: sweet success

This past weekend’s unexpected showers didn’t put a damper on the early Valentine’s Day celebrations in downtown Farmersville. The annual Chocolate Walk on Saturday, Feb. 10, invited the community to indulge in shopping, fudgy treats and contests. For more on this...

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Chocolate Walk event set for February

Chocolate Walk event set for February

Farmersville residents and surrounding communities will be able to indulge in some sweets treats right before Valentines Day.              The annual Chocolate Walk on Saturday, Feb. 10 will feature two...

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Conservative Republicans host forum

Conservative Republicans host forum

Border security, voting fraud and the national debt were among issues explored by candidates in a forum sponsored by Collin County Conservative Republicans. Candidates for nomination in eight races pitched their qualifications at the Jan. 25 event at Collin College in...

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Council questions safety risks of new fuel storage

Council questions safety risks of new fuel storage

Farmersville City Council amended existing code by unanimously passing an ordinance that allows above ground fuel tanks, not exceeding 5,000 gallons each, to be stored for “governmental purposes.” The recommendation came at the Tuesday, Jan. 23, regular scheduled...

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Look: up in the sky!

Look: up in the sky!

People who are passionate about eclipses are called umbraphiles, like the vain guy who Carly Simon said “flew his Learjet up to Nova Scotia to see the total eclipse of the sun” on July 10, 1972. But 12 million Texans won’t have to leave on a jet plane to see the next...

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Sports

Lady Farmers top Forney, fall to Kaufman

Lady Farmers top Forney, fall to Kaufman

The Lady Farmers strong start to the new year continued last week. After picking up a pair of road wins in the opening week of January, they split their two games last week, defeating the Forney Jackrabbits 38-31 in a non-district match. The girls led for most of the...

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Lady Farmers jump out to hot start in district play

Lady Farmers jump out to hot start in district play

With Christmas Break finally here, the Farmersville girls will have two full weeks between games, allowing them to get plenty of rest after a busy start to the season. The Lady Farmers started the week on good terms after winning back-to-back games to close out the...

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Farmersville honors athletes at Fall Sports Banquet

Farmersville honors athletes at Fall Sports Banquet

FARMERSVILLE – Last Monday, Dec. 11, the athletes, coaches and fans piled into the school cafeteria for a night of reflecting on a successful fall for the Farmers’ sports programs. Not only did Farmersville have one athlete qualify for a state event, but they also saw...

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Fightin’ Farmers win twice in busy week

Fightin’ Farmers win twice in busy week

The Farmersville boys basketball team took part in the second of three regular-season tournaments last week as the traveled to Blue Ridge. With district play on deck, the Farmers were hoping to build some momentum last week. Fortunately, a pair of victories on Friday...

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Farmers corral second win in Celeste

Farmers corral second win in Celeste

The Farmersville boys basketball team returned from the holiday break looking to bounce back after multiple losses to close out November. They opened last week hosting Blue Ridge, before heading northeast to Celeste for a three-day tournament. While the Farmers’...

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Education

FISD awarded TDA grant

FISD awarded TDA grant

A grant awarded to Farmersville ISD in late 2023 will help the district to continue implementing its vision to provide locally sourced, fresh, clean food options for students and staff. Farmersville ISD applied for the Texas Department of Agriculture’s Local Food for...

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Trustees OK tax rate, student handbook updates

Trustees OK tax rate, student handbook updates

Although still faced with higher appraised property values, homeowners will see relief in the school tax rate for 2023. At the Tuesday, Aug. 29 monthly meeting, Farmersville ISD school board members unanimously approved a 10-cent decrease in the 2023 tax rate compared...

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Security concerns about Saturn app

Security concerns about Saturn app

School officials are warning students and parents about the potential danger of the popular Saturn calendar and class scheduling application for high school students. The developer of the app says, “Saturn is the only calendar that supports the complexities of the...

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New rules bring tougher penalties

New rules bring tougher penalties

With the first few weeks of school already in the books, a new house bill has added some additional consequences for high school students. House Bill 114 was signed into law in June. According to the bill, students may be removed, expelled, or placed in a Disciplinary...

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Life & Style

Get motivated, back on exercise track

Get motivated, back on exercise track

Social activity helps seniors when it comes to exercise Overcoming the lack of motivation to exercise is a common challenge, affecting people of all ages, including seniors. Recent studies are a testament to that difficulty. In a 2021 survey from the global fitness...

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Angel Tree Program needs your help

Angel Tree Program needs your help

The Farmersville Outreach Alliance Angel Tree Program is amid its busy season signing up, and then collecting gifts for the children in need. Organizer Judy Brandon said they have 177 Angels signed up and volunteers won’t rest until all the Angels are adopted. “We are...

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Opinion

A range of options

A range of options

My great grandparents lived on a homestead. They cooked on a wood stove. Most of us today have no idea how good we’ve got it. For my great grandparents’ generation, remodeling the kitchen meant picking a different place to stack the wood. By John Moore For more on...

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Lunchroom ladies

Lunchroom ladies

It’s time the lunchroom ladies got their due. At Burke Street Elementary in Ashdown, Arkansas, (and later Ashdown High School) the kids in my grade were respectful of all adults. But just like at home, we sometimes complained about the food. Especially the food in the...

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Counter measures

Counter measures

If you look at what’s missing from this great land, it’s, a barstool on which to sit, good home cookin’, and a counter on which to eat it. The diners of yesterday need a revival. By John Moore For more stories about the Farmersville community see the...

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A thousand words

A thousand words

The late comedian Norm McDonald once joked about how just a century and a half ago, our great grandfather was lucky if he had one photo of himself. With the advent of cell phones, Norm pointed out that a century and a half from now, people would proudly offer to show...

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Counter measures

Counter measures

If you look at what’s missing from this great land, it’s, a barstool on which to sit, good home cookin’, and a counter on which to eat it. The diners of yesterday need a revival. It wasn’t just the amazing food; it also was the coffee that was served in...

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