Landon Lara, Christ Our Light Catholic Church parishioner and Anderson-Shiro High School graduate, was awarded the Knights of Columbus scholarship by the Navasota Knights of Columbus Sunday, May 28.Read more
Saddle up and prepare to support Grimes County youth at the annual Grimes County Fair May 31 through June 10.Read more
Lilleean Salinas, a fifth grader at High Point Elementary School in Navasota placed first at State in the Amber Alert Poster Contest. Her painting advances to Nationals and results will be released sometime this summer.Read more
“Our flag does not fly because the wind moves it. It flies with the last breath of each soldier who died protecting it.” Soldiers were remembered during the annual remembrance run in Navasota on Memorial Day, May 29. Mitch Kroll (holding the flag) and George Korpita (left of the flag) honored the sacrifice of soldiers who paid the ultimate price for freedom by running from Los Cabos to the Navasota VFW.Read more
Navasota Municipal Pool officially opened for the summer on Memorial Day, May 29. Pool public swim hours are Monday through Friday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
New to Grimes County, Sign Gypsies- Waller owned by Katie Clark, celebrated their Chamber partnership and Ribbon Cutting at Brule Field Friday, May 26. Clark bought this business as a “way to celebrate my community and develop relationships with the businesses in my area.”
Navasota Municipal Pool reopened Memorial Day, Monday, May 29.Read more
Navasota High School Choir’s Spring SINGABRATION concert May 18 treated the audience to a great concert featuring Pop Music. Several members of The Music Study Club of Navasota (MSCN), a member of Texas and National Federation of Music Clubs, attended the performance. Co-Presidents Carol Jean Gessner and Marilyn Bettes made a surprise presentation to the Director of Choral Activities, Jason Mincy.Read more