Some toy fads come and go, such as the Hula Hoop craze or the Slinky. Other toys are classics that stand the test of time. For instance, the stick horse.
As part of an ongoing discussion regarding Mexia ISD’s upcoming budget, Superintendent Dr. Lyle DuBus recently spoke to the board about possible capital item expenditures for the 2018-19 school year.
The Fourth of July is just a few days away, and Mexia is planning an all-day celebration, with everything from a 5K run to games, craft booths, food and soft
The 88th annual Mexia Rodeo, presented by the Mexia Area Chamber of Commerce, is in the books and the winners were decided after Saturday night’s final performance. The stands were
In spite of the heavy rain, about 150 people were in attendance Wednesday, June 20, to honor fallen trooper Damon C. Allen in a memorial dedication ceremony outside the Freestone