Turkey prices have been on the rise with Thanksgiving Day still more than a month away, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert.
Last June, Governor Abbott worked with the Texas Education Agency (TEA) and the Texas School Safety Center (TxSSC) to create a set of actions to improve safety at all Texas public schools. Forney ISD has complied with all state mandates and has implemented additional actions focused on improving safety and security on and off campus.
STATE OF THE ART SCOUTING
From Jan. 1–Aug. 31, 2022, Texas consumers over 65 reported over $95,000 lost to scammers and con artists. The top three most-reported scams impacting this age group are online purchase, lottery and phishing scams.
The City of Mesquite officially opened Latimore Park, 1025 N. Bryan Ave, on Saturday, Oct. 22, with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Latimore Park was built to meet the needs of children living in the Mesquite Square neighborhood. Prior to Latimore Park, the closest park to the neighborhood was more than a mile away, a distance out of reach for young children to play.
Families who need assistance with Christmas gifts for their children and who live within the Forney Independent School District boundaries are invited to attend one of three (3) signups.
With dry weather persisting throughout much of the state, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) biologists expect hunters to see deer consistently frequenting feeders during the start of the general white-tailed deer season.
Pets in Danger, Coyotes May Attack Humans
Fall is a dog-gone good time to spend in your family yard. It’s also the topdog time of year to prep our living landscape for another favorite season— spring.
The region of Northeast Texas that Forney is located in has some of the most variable weather in Texas. One day it is windy, sunny, and 80 degrees; the next day it is rainy, stormy, and high 70s. Autumn is a challenge for gardeners and, in a great sense, teachers. Both of these groups have young, growing minds that need to be nurtured and protected from the ever changing outside “weather elements.” Or, in the case of a classroom, the many variable activities that dominate the fall calendar.
Noon. A Mexican taco truck. Birmingham. This parking lot is packed, if there was an empty squareinch of space it’s already filled with a Nissan or a Kia.
Do you make a difference in the world? Does anyone care about what you do? Are some people more important than others? We all ask ourselves these questions from time to time. Some people wonder about them more than others.
Kaufman County to Launch Technology Plan Aimed at Increasing Broadband Adoption, Reliability, and Use
After months of data collection, Kaufman County, in partnership with Connected Nation Texas (CN Texas), has released the results of a comprehensive broadband survey and a subsequent Technology Action Plan designed to increase high-speed internet access and use. This countywide broadband assessment was generously funded by The Meadows Foundation, a grantmaking foundation based in Dallas.
Avoid Becoming ‘Burden’ On Grown Children