Forney ISD recently hosted the District’s 5th Annual Health Fair on Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019 in the cafeteria at North Forney High School. More than 1,080 people attended this year’s
On Thursday, January 24, 2019, the Dedication of the “Forney Learning Academy” was held in the building that once housed the First Baptist Church of Forney and now houses the
Sue decorated this blouse and entered it into competition at The State Fair of Texas. She won a blue ribbon.
This week’s article will attempt to “tie up some loose ends” with bits and pieces of information and photos concerning the interesting and historical life of Sue Sharp Adams, who
Part Two Last week’s article concluded with Mrs. Adams taking a night job so that she could be at home during the days and when the girls arrived from school.
I was fortunate enough to help coach Tony the first year I taught at the High School in Forney (1973—1974), to know him as a friend for many years after
Congressman Lance Gooden took the official Oath of Office on Thursday to join the 116th Congress along with 100 other newly elected representatives.
Excitement loomed in Downtown Forney on Friday morning, January 4th as the long-awaited Victorian Village office and retail development project broke ground.
Yes, this movie is related to the ROCKY movies and also to CREED I, but it goes beyond any of them in behavioral and familial studies. The action is certainly
On Thursday, December 13, 2018, at 7:30 p. m., Don and Vivian Themer were seated closely to the Conductor and waiting in excited anticipation for “the music to begin!” About
We are all living just ten years away from a world we can hardly imagine. I’m not talking about technology, global warming or advances in medical science. I’m talking in
Forney Historic Preservation League holds monthly Board of Directors Meeting….. Next Travelling Exhibit Announced!
President Charles Beason called the meeting to order at 7:00 p. m. on 12/10/18 with nine members and the Museum Manager present and two members absent. After speaking the invocation,
The journey to Natchitoches, Louisiana is an easy three and a half hour road trip from Forney.
Tears are nothing more than memories that sneak out of your eyes & roll down your cheeks.
Ten students from the Forney High School band program participated in the 61st annual Texas A&M University Commerce Junior/Senior Honor Band that took place November 16th and 17th. Students were nominated by band directors Jarod Garica, Erin Funk and Riley Warren. Students were able to take part in master classes, perform in future TAMUC concerts and work featured clinicians. Students participating were Micah Elliot, Zak McCain, Casey McLean, Austin Bendele, Dominic Theriot, Brittney Leger, Gabriel Dexter, Emily Owen, Rainy Rigdon, Christian Pryor.
Submitted by Mario Luna
Ten students from the Forney High School band program participated in the 61st annual Texas A&M University Commerce Junior/Senior Honor Band that took place November 16th and 17th.
I am a very important person. Over 30 years ago, I accepted a position as the Chief Information Officer of an up and coming conglomerate known as Dina’s Kids, Inc.