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Humans’desire to live independently begins in adolescence and continues into older adulthood.

Many aging adults reach a point in their lives when they can no longer care for themselves without some help.

Tehuacana City Council authorized research into reinvesting the city’s $29,593 certificate of deposit at its May 6 meeting.




Golden effort: Miller wins long jump state title; Brown second

Tyler Miller and Jabraylon Brown have been competing in the long jump throughout the season, at practice and in meets.

TOP: Coolidge’s Tyler Miller

TOP: Coolidge’s Tyler Miller

The Mexia junior high soccer program recently completed its inaugural season and the teams made great strides during the six-week campaign, according to Mexia soccer coach T.J. Sadler.


Jaymie Forburger-Taylor

Jaymie Forburger-Taylor, 67 of Mexia, passed away March 4, 2024, at Ascencion Providence Hospital in Waco.

Carol Sue McFall

Carol Sue McFall, 72, formerly of Mexia, went to her Heavenly Home in the early morning hours of April 25, 2024, at her son’s home in Liberty Hill.

Judy Ann Havens Wilson

Judy Ann Havens Wilson, 78, passed away Sunday, April 28, 2024, at her home in Jacksonville.

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LCFA: Steers, Calf Scramble, and more...

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Haltered Heifer and Market Swine at the Limestone County Fair and Livestock Show.

Photos by Mitchell Pate/Groesbeck Journal

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LCFA: Horse Halter Show, Ag Mechanics, Heart of a Champion Show, Pet Show and Coloring Contest.

Photos by Mithcell Pate/The Mexia News 

Photos by Racheal Clark/Groesbeck Journal



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