1 CORINTHIANS 10:26 – The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it.
Financial relief for the Limestone County government for the many COVID-19-related expenses it has incurred is expected soon, with the state’s distributing CARES Act funds.
When Limestone County Judge Richard Duncan received a certified letter from Prairie Hill Wind Project, informing him that the Wind Farm would not pay the first tax payment of 2021, he was surprised, to say the least.
Limestone County Attorney Roy DeFriend was notified early Tuesday, Jan. 5, that the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles plans to medically parole inmate Carlos Don Stultz, the man convicted in 1970 of killing Mexia teen Kathy Jones in June 1969. Stultz was also convicted of killing a Grand Prairie girl in August 1968.