The Mexia City Council met Tuesday, June 21, at the Civic Center, to discuss renewing the city’s health insurance policy, hotel/motel occupancy taxes and funds for repaving streets.
Dear Heloise: Regarding the writer receiving calls from staff from their private phones about her mother in care: When she receives a call from one of them, she can save it in her phone as “Care Home.” Then, when she receives a call from any of the saved numbers, it will show up on caller ID as “Care Home.” She can save any number of calls under “Care Home,” or whatever she chooses to name it. Maybe “News about Mom”? -- Been There
The True Defenders of the Week for the fourth week of summer strength and conditioning workouts are Arianna Richardson for the Ladycats and Adriano Mendoza for the Blackcats.
After mopping a nowax floor, add several capfuls of vinegar to the water to help remove any remaining soap film and to leave the floor clean and shiny.
Mexia City Manager Eric Garretty, right, presents a letter of gratitude to Mexia Rotary President Nathan Gonzalez at the club’s June 23 meeting, thanking the club for its $10,000 donation to the park to help with the cost of a bridge at the new location across Tyler Street. Photo by Roxanne Thompson/The Mexia News