Starting March 29, all people 16 and older are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in Texas. The state has joined several others in opening eligibility to all adults. But getting the vaccine may be even more difficult now that about 22 million Texans are eligible.
ABOVE: Admiring the entries in the coloring contest at the Limestone County Fair and Youth Livestock Show on Friday, March 26, are from rear, Terry and Jeanette Howell, of Mexia, and grandchildren Drew Smiley, 8, and his sister Brooklyn, 12, of Coolidge.
Andrew Perkins, 11, of Burnyville, Okla., watches as Becky Hise, of Midland, plays the Applachian dulcimer at Saturday’s Soldiers Muster and Pioneer event at Old Fort Parker.
Rotary Club of Mexia President Jake Cherry, left, presents a certificate of membership to Mexia News Publisher Richard Nelson at the Club’s March 18 meeting.
Exhibitors at the Limestone County Fair raised more than $374,000 this year. And, that’s before add-ons, which offer everyone a chance to help an exhibitor by adding money to any project’s purchase amount