Candidates Address Forney Voters More Professionally and With Less Slam

Denise Bell
Post Managing Editor

On Thursday night several hundred citizens attended the two hour Republican Party Candidates Forum held at Forney High School. The candidates seeking election in the quickly approaching Republican Primary debated a variety of topics including their job qualifications, health issues and tax filing...


 

COUNTY CANDIDATES COME OUT HOT AT TERRELL CANDIDATES NIGHT FORUM

Denise Bell
Post Managing Editor

On Thursday evening hundreds of voters packed Herman Furlough Jr. Middle School in Terrell to listen to the candidates seeking election in the March 2016 Republican Primary. Hosted by the Kaufman County Republican Party, several candidate night forums are being held throughout the county to allow voters better access to the candidates seeking of...

 
Former City Manager Brooks Demands Astronomical Severance Package from Taxpayers 

Denise Bell
Post Managing Editor

Because the taxpayers were promised transparency and because for the first time in a long time, I am all but without words to explain, please simply read the attached Resignation Letter, Severance Agreement and Waiver of 21 Day Period Review -Opti...

 
 FORNEY CITY COUNCIL SEEKS REPUTABLE CITY MANAGER

Denise Bell
Post Managing Editor

Tomorrow night the Forney City Council will again visit the manner in which they will replace former City Manager Brian Brooks, and justifiably many citizens are more than willing to support the councils decision to hire a search firm to find an honest, reputable City Manager. ...

DALLAS THEATER DEBUTS ROMEO AND JULIET

On Wednesday, January 27 at 7:30 p.m. Dallas Theater Center debuted its production of Romeo and Juliet, written by William Shakespeare and directed by Joel Ferrell. Kicking off with a Pay-What-You-Can performance, the production runs through Sunda...

 
AMERICAN RED CROSS HAS EMERGENCY NEED

The American Red Cross has an emergency need for blood donors. Severe winter weather since Jan. 1 has forced the cancellation of more than 300 blood drives across 20 states, resulting in more than 9,500 donations uncollected, further depleting an already low winter supply.

 
ATTORNEY GENERAL JOINS FORCES WITH CITY OF HOUSTON AND HARRIS COUNTY TO STOP SALE OF SYNTHETIC DRUGS

The Texas Attorney General’s Office Friday morning obtained a temporary restraining order (TRO) stopping Brothers Market and Meat Mart, and Fantasy Smoking and Accessories, two Houston businesses and their owners, from selling highly addictive and dangerous synthetic drugs, known as K2.

TEXAS FILES BRIEF IN U.S. SUPREME COURT TO PROTECT HEALTH AND SAFETY OF WOMEN

The Texas Attorney General’s Office today filed its brief with the U.S. Supreme Court defending House Bill 2, a state law, which ensures patient safety and raises the standard of care for women. Oral arguments in the case are scheduled for March 2 and will be delivered by Texas Solicitor General Scott Keller.

“The Kermit Gosnell scandal shocked our nation and put a spotlight on the urgent need to prevent such tragedies from happening in our own state,” Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said. ...

 
SEEING THROUGH THE FOG THE VOTERS OF KAUFMAN COUNTY HAVE CHOICES

Denise Bell
Post Managing Editor

In an effort to give the voters a look past the hundreds of political signs that crowd the easements across our county, The Post recently interviewed four candidates seeking election in the upcoming Republican Primary Election. ...

 
STATEMENT BY PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH ON THE PASSING OF RUSTY ROSE

"Laura and I are deeply saddened by the loss of our pal Rusty Rose.  Rusty was a dear friend, great partner, and brilliant thinker.  We will miss him a lot - we already do.  The entire Bush family...

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    One day I met a man who asked me a question. He said “I have a little website. Can you turn it into an online newspaper?” Instinctively I said “yes”. His question and my answer fostered a vision that was nurtured, fed and fought for every single day thereafter. Within a short...

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    Former Mayor Darren Rozell once told me, “Denise, you’re creating a paradigm shift of the news in Forney.”

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