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.
While discussing yet another managerial roadway design error, Council Member Mary Penn conveniently tried to blame several city employees for a project error that will now cost $115,000.00 to completely correct.READ MORE...
Over 500 Texas A&M Forest Service employees came together at the agency’s annual personnel meeting Wednesday, Nov. 15.
Texas A&M Forest Service employees gathered to celebrate their dedication to the citizens and natural resources of Texas.
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.
Find your zen amongst yoga mats and furry friends at the Forney Animal Shelter on Saturday morning, November 18, 2017.
Doggy Noses & Yoga Poses are teaming with the Friends of the Forney Animal Shelter to offer a fun morning yoga session
Attorney General Ken Paxton today filed more price gouging lawsuits against businesses accused of taking advantage of Texans affected by Hurricane Harvey. I float: left; n these cases, consumers were allegedly charged excessive prices for gasoline.
The Forney ISD Athletic Department proudly acknowledged the efforts of eleven outstanding athletes last week with the college signing of eight athletes from Forney High, and three athletes from North Forney High School.
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.
On Monday evening dozens of Kaufman County property owners packed into Mesquite City Hall to again oppose the annexation plans currently being pursued by five of the seven elected members of the Mesquite City Council.
Heavily investing in the community, over the past two years Pastor Randy Franklin has spent countless hours breathing new life back into one of Forneys' oldest Church’s.
Due to a variety of structural issues, including a sewer problem which at one time flooded the entire basement in four feet of water;