The annual 12 Days of Christmas shopping promotion sponsored by KBEC 1390 AM and the Waxahachie Daily Light held its 11th drawing of the 2014 contest Wednesday at Detailed Wright,
Junior Counselors participate in the first-ever Felty Junior High ReinDEAR day. This idea originated from Junior Counselor Kamryn Sayen. She loves D.E.A.R. Day and wanted to be able to lead a D.E.A.R. Day for the younger students on campus during Christmas time and call it ReinDEAR Day. The rest of the junior counselors loved the idea and added their own input. Tuesday, all of the Junior Counselors dressed up with reindeer antlers and read Christmas stories to kindergarten students, all the way to fourth grade students, in a typical Drop Everything And Read fashion. The younger students loved the event and the Junior Counselors were allowed to be leaders on campus and spread a little Christmas cheer.
About 500 volunteers and dozens of WISD students are preparing for the 18th annual Drop Everything and Read (D.E.A.R.) Day.
Members of the council unanimously agreed to uphold the termination of Palmer police officer Lindsey Musick, following a lengthy informal hearing during their Tuesday council session. Comments (0)
The Waxahachie Lady Indians varsity basketball team fell to 10-5 overall and 1-3 in district after Tuesday night’s loss to the Mansfield Summit Lady Jaguars, 51-30. Comments (0)
Susan G. Komen®Greater Fort Worth announced today that Erin Hayes has joined the nonprofit as the Affiliate’s Race and Events Manager. Comments (0)
By now you’ve finished your shopping, wrapped all the gifts, baked all the cookies and you are sitting back enjoying the Christmas season, right? That would be nice. Comments (0)
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