Every year at Christmas the Kaufman County Clerk’s Office adopts an organization in need.
This year’s selection was the 11 Bravo (Infantry) SST Team HHC 3-144 of the Army National Guard, two of the servicemen are Kaufman County residents. They are currently on a nine month deployment in Africa.
The Clerk’s office, along with several other offices, gathered all the comforts of home to send to our deployed servicemen.READ MORE...
The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, often listed among the top 10 public display gardens in the country, set a record with 40,000 member families for the first time ever. This news comes on the heels of the garden reaching more than one million visitors from more than 90 countries for the second year in a row in 2017.
On January 14, 2018 at 4:30 a.m. Forney Police responded to Dallas Regional Medical Center in Mesquite to meet with a male victim who stated that he had been robbed and beaten at gunpoint in the apartment parking lot at 1100 Block of North Gateway Blvd by two males.
Because several hot political races are on the horizon, on Thursday night Kaufman County voters were presented with the first of several candidate forums that will provide voter’s with information about the candidates seeking election in the March Primary.
Governor Greg Abbott recently announced a new training program, in partnership with the SANS Institute, designed to encourage young women to become involved in the field of cybersecurity.
The partnership will focus on recruiting high school female students in Texas for GirlsGoCyberStart,
Attorney General Ken Paxton recently applauded the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to take up Texas’ redistricting case later this spring.
Last August, a three-judge panel of the U.S. District Court in San Antonio invalidated two of Texas’ 36 Congressional districts
Governor Greg Abbott recently sent a letter to Texas Education Agency (TEA)Commissioner Mike Morath directing him to take immediate steps to prepare an initial corrective action plan within the next seven days to reform special education in Texas.
During Monday night's school board meeting, FISD Fine Arts Director Mario Luna requested the district recognize the Forney High School Marching Band for competing in the state UIL competition for their fifth time.
The Forney Police “Calls for Service Report” for the first week of January reveals that officers responded to one call of shots fired, two family disturbance calls, one occurrence of simple assault which occurred at Forney’s Wal-Mart and ten traffic stops of which nine ended in an adult arrest.
On Monday evening in honor of School Board Appreciation Month, Forney ISD Superintendent Suzanne McWilliams expressed the districts appreciation to each of the members of the school board for their continued loyalty and dedication to the students and staff of the FISD.