Many avid hunters are already planning for deer season, which begins Oct. 2 for bowhunters and Nov. 7 for general firearms season. Landowners who participate in special management programs within the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department can begin harvesting deer Oct. 2 with a firearm, as well.
After a highly successful restart in September for live and in-person performances, the E! Terrell Entertainment Series is bringing Jason Petty to the Jamie Foxx Performing Art Center at 7:30 pm on Thursday, October 7, 2021. Hailed by critics as one of the best Hank Williams impersonators on the scene today, Petty will showcase his hit show, Hank & My Honky Tonk Heroes in E! Terrell’s second performance for its 2021-2022 season of community concerts.
The Texas Comptroller’s office approved and paid $285 million in unclaimed property claims during the past fiscal year, Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced today.
On Monday September 20th had a swearing in ceremony for new TISD Chief of police, Jerry “Chuey” Valladarez. The ceremony was made extra special when his son, Nicholas Valladarez, flew in to surprise his dad hours before the school board meeting and had the honoring of pinning on his new badge.
On September 20, the Mesquite City Council passed a resolution naming the future park on Emporium Square in honor of Mike Anderson who served as Mayor from 1997 to 2007. Mike Anderson Park will include a soccer field, cricket field, and volleyball fields.
Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. The celebration begins in the middle rather than the start of September because it coincides with national independence days in several Latin American countries: Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Costa Rica celebrate theirs on Sept. 15, followed by Mexico on Sept. 16, Chile on Sept. 18 and Belize on Sept. 21.
Representative Keith Bell Nominates Forney Graduate Andrew Gilbert For The Texas Armed Services Scholarship Program
Representative Keith Bell has formally nominated Andrew Gilbert for the Texas Armed Services Scholarship Program (TASSP). Created in 2009, the TASSP was designed to financially assist post-secondary students by encouraging them to become members of the Texas Army National Guard, the Texas Air National Guard, the United States Coast Guard, the United States Merchant Marine, or to become commissioned officers in any branch of the armed services of the United States.
The Forney Economic Development Corporation, Forney Chamber of Commerce, and Workforce Solutions invite all local business to participate in a community job fair. Businesses in all industries are encouraged to attend to connect with potential employees.
Ah, late September in Texas. Can you feel it? Finally, we can all walk outside and take a deep breath without fear our lungs will liquify in the stifling heat. It’s time for things to happen. We “basics” can all head to Starbies for a PSL, though you can find me at Latham Bakery sipping a Maple Pecan. We can pull out our flannel shirts and sweat our way to winter. Some of you will look cute with your flannels and your trucker caps and your short boots. I will look as if I’ve misplaced my ox. It’s time to buy all the pumpkins. It’s time to pull out the monogrammed sweatshirts. It’s time to make a run on felt hats. Let’s open the box of “it’s fall y’all” kitchen décor. And, for some of us, it’s time to do our favorite thing. Halloween approacheth. Covid be darned, it looks like we’re having a legitimate spooky season this year! After all, this is Texas. Home of the free. Land of the, er, rather odd.
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Hear ye! Hear ye! The grant application window has opened for the teachers and staff in Forney-ISD!! What does this mean, you ask? It means that the opportunity for the education professionals in FISD to request a grant that enhances the learning in their classrooms is open and ready to receive the ideas that teachers have discovered through experience in the classroom or attendance at a workshop. Then when the window closes on October 20, the Adopt-A-Grant window opens October 29-November 12 for YOU, the community, to peruse the grants and choose one to fund. Some of the community members choose grants that are at their child’s school and some community members choose grants that fund something they personally know would benefit students due to their own educational needs, e.g. reading help for someone dealing with dyslexia. The Grant Committee then receives the list of the rest of the grants not adopted for their perusal so they can then determine what grants to fund.
A guide to cooking with kids
“God created me very pretty. No one looks just like me,” says Alexis, 5.