April 23, 2021
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Easter hints a return to normalcy

April 6, 2021 Trey Hill 0

After a year of canceled Easter egg hunts, parades, fireworks and Santa Claus, the youths of Rains County welcomed the opportunity to take part in Easter egg hunts and a block party on Easter weekend. […]

Dangerous intersection

March 16, 2021 Trey Hill 0

A two-vehicle accident occurred Friday afternoon, March 12, at the intersection of Hwy. 19 North and North Street in Emory. Police officials said the accident occurred when one vehicle failed to yield right-of-way to oncoming traffic. […]

Abbott removes mask mandate, limitations

March 9, 2021 Trey Hill 0

After nearly a year of executive orders addressing the COVID-19 pandemic and its crippling limitations placed on individuals and businesses, Texas Governor Greg Abbott moved the state a step closer to normality with the announcement of his latest executive order on Tuesday, March 2, while addressing the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce. […]

Let’s talk voting integrity

March 2, 2021 Trey Hill 0

The Rains County GOP held a town hall meeting Saturday afternoon in the courtroom of the county annex. State Senator Bob Hall and State Representative Cole Hefner were among the speakers. […]

County slammed by winter storm

February 23, 2021 Trey Hill 0

Emory Volunteer Firemen Carlton Goldsmith, Craig Taylor, and Mikey Frey and Point Volunteer Firemen Dakota and Todd Saunders unload six pallets of drinking water from a Chinook helicopter Monday evening. […]

Ice fishing on Lake Fork?

February 23, 2021 Trey Hill 0

Lake Fork looked more suited for ice-fishing huts than boat houses on Wednesday, February 17, as portions of Lakes Fork and Tawakoni froze over with temperatures plunged to -4 degrees. […]

Campuses closed through Wednesday

February 16, 2021 Trey Hill 0

The campuses of Rains ISD were idle Monday, February 15, for Presidents Day. Later that morning, parents were notified that all campuses would be closed through Wednesday, February 17. […]

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