Well folks, 2022 is finally over. Do hope it has been a good year for you and your loved ones. Hope your Christmas was wonderful for you, your family, friends and loved ones. Good to have everyone safe and secure. May God bless all of you.Read more
Sitting in the dark with Christmas tree lights on is so relaxing. I know some people like to take all their Christmas decorations down and pack them up. My dad taught us to leave our tree up until Jan. 6 – Epiphany.Read more
Orientation for Spanish and GED classes is 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 10 at the Navasota Center, 101 Stadium Dr. Please bring your ID.
Anyone needing to send mail to Macedonia Baptist Church should mail to P.O. Box 521, Plantersville, TX. 77363. Thanks in advance.
Tractor Supply Company is hosting Classic Cars Saturday, Jan. 7, from 9-11 a.m.Read more
An arctic storm that swept through the state bringing low temperatures and high winds also affected roughly two-thirds of the country’s population, according to the National Weather Service, bringing the coldest Christmas in decades to parts of the country.Read more
We have to turn in our items for the news columns early because of the holidays. Of course, at this point there is not much going on for me except last minute Christmas shopping and preparing for the Hoffart family to gather here for our holiday get-together, which was held on Friday, Dec. 23 – the coldest day of the year so far. Brrrr!Read more
First, I want to wish everyone a safe and Happy New Year as we move into 2023. Thinking about years that have passed, I remember the anxiety level of many who thought the year 2000 would be the end of everything we knew. However, look where we are now, or shall I say think about where we are now.Read more
Area residents, friends and family members of Dorothy Dottie Ann Beene of Oakhurst were sorry to learn of her death Dec. 7. She was born March 3, 1940 to Lewis and Elizabeth Talbot in Mt. Vernon, VA. She married Gary Beene in Virginia July 3, 1971. They were married for 51 years and were members of Family Faith Church. Through her service, numerous souls were led to Christ. She is survived by her husband, several children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was buried in Martins Prairie Cemetery where her husband’s parents, Tucker and Faye Beene, are buried. Do remember her husband and family members in your prayers.Read more
Merry Christmas Grimes County and a prosperous New Year!Read more