A local woman lost her life in a single vehicle crash early Sunday, Nov. 3, and two first responders were injured by a drunk driver while responding to that incident.
The Grimes County Commissioners Court held a Special Meeting Monday, Nov. 4, to address Change Order guidelines and authorization, and to act on a Change Order proposal for construction of
Grimes County is an avid supporter of Veterans who have and are currently serving the great United States of America. Veterans Day is Monday, Nov. 11. There are several celebrations
Navasota Police Department invites the public to join in on Operation Blue Santa 2019. Operation Blue Santa will focus on fulfilling wish lists to less fortunate children in Navasota who
The Navasota City Council held a Regular Meeting Monday, Oct. 28, and approved an expenditure to boost economic development in Navasota. After a public hearing with no comments for or
As we get older, we tend to make a bucket list of things we would like to see or do before we leave this earth. When we receive medical news
The Progressive Women of Grimes County (PWGC) approved plans to sponsor a Christmas book drive, benefiting Navasota’s Head Start Program at their October meeting. Starting Nov. 4, books and donations
KOUNTZE- A week removed from a disappointing loss, the Anderson-Shiro have fresh air under their wings with a 52-6 win over the Kountze Lions. Anderson-Shiro (8-1, 3-1) had another stellar
A loss to the Wheatley Wildcats last season in the final District 12-4A match-up left a bitter taste in the mouths of the Navasota Rattlers, and they have waited a
IOLA — Last Friday night the Iola Bulldogs (3-6) faced off against the Bremond Tigers finishing their third-district game with a 40-6 loss. The Bulldogs started the game strong holding
As a former Head Baseball Coach, I remember saying this phrase often in many of our pregame pep talks, “Winning is a lot of fun. Now go out there and
I can’t begin to tell you how hard my gentleman friend laughed when I told him I was going to write this column. It took a moment for it to
Do you want to know something funny? I’ve always been able to remember jokes. I don’t know why but they have a tendency to stay with me. Unfortunately, jokes sometimes
My fellow baby boomers may be familiar with the 1973 Erica Jong novel “Fear of Flying.”
Deputy (retired) Andrew “Cap” Turner, Jr. went to be with the Lord Tuesday, October 29, 2019. Mr. Turner was born on May 1, 1929 to Andrew Sr. and Lillie Mae
Glenda Holt Evans, 55, of Navasota, passed away after a 19 year long, courageous battle with breast cancer on Saturday, November 2, at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center with her family
Edward Frank Pasket, 90, of Anderson, died Friday morning, October 18, 2019, at CHI St. Joseph Hospital in College Station.
Mrs. Annie Frances (Bounds) Ross, 71, of Anderson, passed away Friday, October 25, at CHI St. Joseph Hospital in Bryan.