On December 6-8, the Forney ISD boys’ basketball teams hosted and participated in their 8th annual Winter Classic Tournament.
The schools at the tournament this year were Forney High School, North Forney, Sulphur Springs, The Colony High School, Wylie High School, Lake Highlands, Garland High School, Garland Naaman Forest High School, Ennis High School, Rockwall-Heath, McKinney Boyd High School, and North Mesquite.READ MORE...
The Warren Middle School cheer squad recently competed in the National Cheer Association's (NCA) Texas State Championship competition and won several awards. The 17 member team consists of both 7th and 8th grade cheerleaders.
On Thursday afternoon the members of the Forney Chamber of Commerce enjoyed of delicious holiday lunch while listening to a lovely Christmas time performance by the Brown Middle School Choir.
Forney ISD Choir Director Sam Brukham said “We’re really excited to be here today.
On Thursday evening a large crowd of customers, friends and business associates attended the annual City Bank Open House in Forney.
Always a popular event, Forney City Bank President Bruce Byson hosted a lovely open house reception that included a delicious buffet
The Forney Fire Department is excited to partner with the Forney Independent School District Air Force JROTC, Forney Lions Club, NFHS and FHS student councils, Dollar General and Kaufman County Constables Office in conducting their annual “Toys for Forney Kids” toy drive benefiting the children of Forney.
It’s time to lace up your running shoes and get going for a good cause. The third annual Santa Cops 4 Kids 5K, 10K and 1 mile fun run takes place Saturday, December 8.
For years the Texas Legislature has apparently been unable to create a cohesive plan to overhaul health and safety conditions affecting operations at Terrell State Hospital (TSH).
Last week Kaufman County Sheriff Bryan Beavers provided the Commissioner’s Court with the October Sheriff Department Statistical Report, which provides area residents with details
On Friday, Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit in Travis County district court against the city of San Antonio, its police department, chief of police and city manager, to require their compliance with Senate Bill 4.