Communities and neighbors are at opposite ends of a tumultuous situation as big green energy finds a new home in Central Texas. After a public hearing Coolidge Independent School District Board of Trustees unanimously voted Jan. 10 to pass a tax-limitation agreement with Limestone Wind Project LLC.
More than 150 Mexia First Baptist Church members and others gathered Saturday, Jan. 8, at the church’s Christian Life Center to kick off its 150th anniversary.
Anthony Dewayne Nemons, Teague native and a 2004 graduate of Teague High School, will be the keynote speaker at the NAACP Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration on Monday, Jan. 17. The program will begin at noon at the Mexia Senior Citizens Center, located at 111 Sherman St. in downtown.
No doubt Mexia Fire Chief Robert LaFoy and his firefighters are one step closer to possessing their new $1 million-plus firetruck following the special-called meeting of the Mexia City Council on Thursday, Jan. 6.
Although COVID-19 continues to menace much of the nation, it will not interfere with this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration in Mexia, like it did in 2021. All is a “go” for the annual parade and special program Saturday, Jan. 15.