If being Charlie means catching the wrath of half-baked politician’s like City Council Member’s Shaun Myers and Mary Penn, then The Forney Post will gladly go “all in” to explain an agenda item designed to influence the youth of our community.
Listed on the November 21, 2017 City Council agenda, placed there by Council Member’s Myers and Penn, is the creation of a Youth Advisory Council.READ MORE...
On Monday, Nov. 20, Making Change at Walmart (MCAW), a project of the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) international labor union, will kick off the first of several coordinated actions at Walmart locations throughout the country
Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that the Criminal Prosecutions Division of his office, in conjunction with the Anderson County District Attorney’s Office, succeeded in obtaining the death penalty for William Hudson, who was convicted last week of capital murder in Anderson County.
The Dallas Fire-Rescue (DFR) Department is excited to announce the implementation of the Medical Priority Dispatch System, better known as Priority Dispatch, to better serve the citizens of Dallas in emergency medical situations.
Texas A&M University has been named the recipient of two grants from Texas Governor Greg Abbot’s Governor’s University Research Initiative, a program aimed at bringing the best and brightest researchers in the world to Texas.
Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that 17 parents were arrested in Smith County for violating court orders requiring them to pay child support.
Apparently unable to remember the numerous times she has voted to waste taxpayer funds, at the last meeting of the Forney City Council, Council Member Mary Penn repeatedly claimed that the Council needs to be “good stewards” of the taxpayers’ money.
Last week the Forney City Council showed their ignorance by following the lead of City Council Member’s Shaun Myers and Mary Penn when they once again “put the cart before the horse” by voting to hire an Interim City Manager who has not been pre-screened through a background investigation.
On Saturday the United Methodist Women (UMW), who serve the First United Methodist Church in Forney, held their annual charity bazaar and this year event organizers topped off the month long fundraiser with a Sunday morning Thanksgiving Breakfast and Live Auction.
On Friday afternoon at promptly 2:00 pm, Kaufman County Judge Casey Blair issued a temporary restraining order which prohibits the Mesquite City Council from moving forward with any further annexation meetings until an evidentary hearing can be held on November 20, 2017.