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The 17th Annual Kerens Cotton Harvest Festival is set to start at 8 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 16 in downtown Kerens. The all-day festival will include a chili cook off, quilt show, raffles, children's games and rides, live entertainment all day with an evening street concert, arts and crafts and food booths.

Two days ago I arrived at our farm to find all of the hydroponic tower plants limply hanging out of the tall white towers. I knew it had to be a power issue. It wasn’t long before I found the problem. 


Whether you call them stickers or sandburs, a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert can help you win the war against these prickly little pain dispensers.

For almost four years I have had a front row seat watching others invest their time and energy in our farm. Even before we purchased the property, trusted friends and family members came to walk the acreage with us. 

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Due to icy conditions, Navarro College campuses and Corsicana, Rice and Kerens ISD cancelled classes Thursday, Feb. 11. Other county schools delayed morning opening or closed early, and several local events have been postponed as the winter storm continues.

Several days after the snow blanketed all slates possible in Central and North Texas, as if presaging a welcome clean start for 2021.