Hubbard's Jags are off to their second 3-0 start in a row after beating Moody 44-38 in their home opener in a game that ended in confusion when the officials forgot how many timeouts Moody had left.
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Gov. Greg Abbott Thursday issued Executive Order GA-38, combining several existing COVID-19 orders he said will promote statewide uniformity and certainty in Texas’ response to the pandemic.
After a yearlong delay and months of hand-wringing that rippled across a pandemic-inflected world, a Summer Games unlike any other is at hand. It's an Olympics, sure, but also, in a very real way, something quite different.
Gov. Greg Abbott Tuesday issued an Executive Order prohibiting governmental entities in Texas, including counties, cities, school districts, public health authorities, or government officials, from requiring mask wearing.
Frost Independent School District released a statement Wednesday morning that school law enforcement and administration received notification of a threatening message written in the high school boy’s restroom.
Texas education officials advised school districts to suspend the first day of STAAR testing after thousands of students showed up in person and were prevented from taking the standardized test online because of widespread technical issues across the state.
A car rammed a barricade outside the U.S. Capitol on Friday afternoon, injuring two Capitol Police officers and leading to the driver being shot, two law enforcement officials told The Associated Press.
It didn’t take very long for winter’s bone chilling winds to turn more seasonal. A full-blown case of spring fever also seems to have rolled in on the breeze. While, it’s natural to be distracted from time to time, we must maintain concentration and fulfill responsibilities.
The Texas Division of Emergency Management, with the assistance of the Texas Military Department, launched a call center to assist Texans, who have limited or no internet access, with completing the State of Texas Assessment Tool.
The 2021 severe weather season is not too far away, and the National Weather Service and local public safety officials want you to be ready. The NWS will be conducting a free, virtual severe weather training class for Navarro County from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 25.