Two of the most critical positions in Limestone County – those of sheriff and county attorney – were sworn in just after midnight on Friday, Jan. 1, those officials being Murray Agnew and Roy DeFriend, respectively.
Four Emergency Service District board members take the oath of office from County Judge Richard Duncan, left, at Monday’s swearing-in at the Limestone County courthouse. Continuing right, are Binkley Simmons, Michael “Mike” Jones and Mark Jones, all with ESD No. 1; and Barbara Hicks, of ESD No. 2.
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, Jan. 5, at 8:22 a.m., from Johns Hopkins University and Medicine website (coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html) to be:
Personnel of Tacos Jalisco accept a Walmart gift card from Walmart manager Eric Bost for winning second place in Mexia’s Christmas Parade of Lights, held Thursday, Dec. 3.
Cedar fever season is almost upon us, and at a time when having a fever – or even catching a slight cold – is concerning, it’s more important than ever to understand the symptoms and source of this common Central Texas allergy.