The latest cumulative figures for people who tested positive for COVID-19 virus and a cumulative count of those who have died, was shown Tuesday, Sept. 15, about 9:30 a.m., from Johns Hopkins University and Medicine website (coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html) to be:
Editor’s note: We understand some people may not be able to attend the Homecoming Game on Friday night, so we’ve included the bios that will be read as each member of the court is escorted onto the field.
According to the Legislative Reference Library of Texas, John R. Henry was born April 16, 1815, in Belmont County, Tenn., and came to Robertson County in 1837. He lived in different areas of the state, but the story goes he came to the area that would be his future home to hunt buffalo in 1840 and traded with the native Americans and scattered settlers in the area. He spotted a certain wooded knoll three miles northwest of Springfield and southwest of what is now Mexia. He vowed to someday return and build a home there.
This week at Mexia LTC we started the week off with ring toss on Monday morning. Residents played hallway bingo on Monday afternoon. We were to read Bible study notes sent by Bob Kersten on Tuesday morning on a roomto-room basis. Residents will play bean bag toss on Tuesday afternoon. Residents will do in-room activities of choice on Wednesday morning. Residents will play hallway bingo that afternoon. Residents will have hallway bowling on Thursday morning and enjoy snow cones on Thursday afternoon. Residents will enjoy getting manicures on Friday morning and play hallway bingo that afternoon.
Attorney General Ken Paxton is warning Texans about scammers sending text messages that include a false package delivery notice and a fraudulent link.