This week at Mexia LTC we started the week off with our “Good Ole Days” reading group on Monday morning. Irma Carranza had Bible reading group also. Residents enjoyed playing
Ranching and the history of Texas has been dominated by men. In the early history of ranching, there was little mention of women. When they were discussed, the subject was
New volunteers needed to keep Dunbar-Douglass legacy alive The Dunbar-Douglass Alumni Association celebrated its 19th Bienniel Reunion June 14-16 here in Mexia, and it was a wonderful three-day celebration.
TxDOT has launched a campaign to persuade drivers to stop driving distracted. Distracted driving continues to be a problem in Texas as data indicates drivers are not changing their behaviors,
AUSTIN — Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, in cooperation with the Federal Trade Commission, on June 25 announced a crackdown on “illegal robocalls.” The crackdown nicknamed “Operation Call it Quits”