WAXAHACHIE – Texas Concerned Citizens will meet Thursday, Aug. 28 at 6:30 p.m. in the Waxahachie Civic Center. Terri Hall, guest speaker with “Texas Uniting for ... Full story
Commissioners vote on pay raise for themselves; other elected officials; 90-day ban on outdoor burning approved
WAXAHACHIE – The budget process occupied the largest portion of Monday’s meeting, starting with a proposal by County Judge Carol Bush to give two-percent raises ...
MAYPEARL – Maypearl Police Department on Friday, Aug. 1 captured escaped fugitive Edward Earl Copeland around 1 a.m.
“Thanks to all of you that called in ...
Elected-county officials up for 2% pay raise; Ellis County Commissioners Court to hold public hearing Monday, Aug. 11
WAXAHACHIE – On Monday, Aug. 11, county commissioners will hold a public hearing on the proposed two-percent pay increase of salaries, expenses or allowances for ...
KAUFMAN - Former Ferris Mayor Richard Mohundro, 67, was found dead Friday, Aug. 1 in Kaufman.
Mohundro was sworn in as Ferris Mayor on April 5, ...
The Best Southwest Partnership announces its 2014 TGIF Legislative Breakfast Series to be held at Methodist Charlton Medical Center at 7:15 a.m. on the first ...
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AUSTIN (Texas) - Governor Rick Perry has signed Senate Bill 321 into law! This NRA-backed bill authored by state Senator Glenn Hegar (R-Katy) and state Representative Tim Kleinschmidt ...